Parks For The People

The park chronicles 200 years of history, from Native American culture, Spanish Empire frontier, California Gold Rush, evolution of American coastal fortifications, and growth of urban San Francisco; comprising of 19 separate ecosystems & home to 1,273 plant/animal species. It has hundreds of ways to recreate including horseback riding, ranger-led programs, bicycling, hiking, and walking your dog.

Features

Report to the Community

Report to the Community

Learn more about the park's 2014 Report to the Community for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

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Visitor using a wheelchair on the Tennessee Valley Trail.

Access Information for Visitors with Disabilities

Click below to find out what accessibility resources are available in GGNRA for the enjoyment of your visit.

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Final GMP / EIS has been completed

Download your copy of the Final GMP / EIS

We are pleased to announce the availability of our General Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (GMP/EIS)

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One Tam

One Tam

Be part of ONE TAM, the campaign of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative, and help ensure a healthy future for the mountain we cherish.

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Commercial dog walker on Crissy Field Promenade

Interim Permits for Commercial Dog Walking

GGNRA and the Presidio Trust require an interim permit for commercial dog walkers in Presidio, San Francisco and Marin park lands.

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Information about how to plan for a special event within the park.

Special Use Permits

Find out how to apply for a special use permit through the SPUG Office for filming, weddings, beach fires, or any other events that require a permit.

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Healthy Parks, Healthy People logo with two people hiking and leaf

Healthy Parks, Healthy People

Learn more about the Healthy Parks, Healthy People Bay Area initiative, with special programs the first Saturday of every month at Golden Gate NRA.

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Child with a bucket, helping to clean up Ocean Beach at the California Coastal Cleanup Day.

Be A Park Hero! Volunteer for the GGNRA Today!

Learn how you can volunteer for GGNRA. There are many opportunities available for individuals, families, and even groups.

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Click here to find out what maps, brochures, and/or self-guided booklets are available.

Get a Copy of Our Official Maps & Guides

Download your own copy of our official guides and maps to help you plan your trip to our parks.

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