Tunnel to Marin Headlands Closed
The tunnel on Bunker Road from Alexander Avenue in Sausalito towards the Marin Headlands is closed for construction. Please follow the detour signs to Conzelman Road (just above the north end of the Golden Gate Bridge) to go up over the hill. More »
Muir Beach (but not nearby Muir Woods) parking lot closed June-November 2013
Muir Beach parking lot will be closed from June-November 2013 due to construction. Restrooms or nearby parking will not be available at Muir Beach during this period. Pacific Way is closed except to residents. Check back for updates or call (415)561-3054 More »
CAUTION: Post Storm Damage to Coastal Trail
The Presidio Coastal Trail segment just north of the Pacific Overlook and adjacent to Lincoln Blvd remains CLOSED indefinitely. We have posted signage to alert bicyclists and hikers and with information for safe trail alternatives. More »
An Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) was published on January 11, 2002, to seek public comment on potential management options for pet management in GGNRA, consistent with protecting national park resources and assuring visitor safety. 8,580 comments were received during the 90-day public comment period. The park also contracted with Northern Arizona University's Social Science Laboratory to complete a Public Opinion Telephone Research Survey on dog management in GGNRA, and to compile the ANPR public comments.
In August 2002, the NPS convened a panel of senior federal officials from outside GGNRA to review the public comments and other technical information, including federal laws, guidelines and policies, in order to recommend to the GGNRA Superintendent whether the park should proceed to rulemaking or whether the existing NPS regulation - requiring pets to be on leash in all areas where they are allowed - should remain in effect.
In December 2002, GGNRA sent a recommendation on pet management in the park to Washington, based on the federal panel's recommendation. That recommendation, and the background material referenced, is provided below.
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