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 July 8-November 2013
Muir Beach parking lot will be closed from July 8-November 2013 due to construction. Restrooms and 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 »
Commerical Use Authorizations
If you are unable to download an application, we are happy to send you one via fax, email, or hard copy.
Your company is required to obtain a CUA if it offers transportation services within GGNRA more than one time per month.
Vehicles supporting school or nonprofit programs, MUNI or other public transportation vehicles, delivery, vendor or contractor vehicles, and taxis do not require a CUA.
Commercial operators are required to learn and understand the rules, regulations, and park policies about bringing visitors to GGNRA. For Muir Woods National Monument, please click here to download the 2013 Muir Woods Tour Guide Manual.
You are required to obtain a CUA if your company offers guided commercial activities within GGNRA more than four times per year.
Outdoor Fitness Operators
You are required to obtain a CUA if your company offers outdoor fitness programs within GGNRA more than one time per week or more than four times per month.
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Did You Know?
John Fremont, the explorer, and his wife Jessie Benton Fremont, lived at Fort Mason. Both were abolitionists and their home, once located at the edge of the post, became a center of San Francisco’s intellectual life.