Planning, Projects and Public Involvement
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) is dedicated to providing the public with the most current information on planning activities and projects within the park. The public plays an essential role in taking care of our national parks. Each person has an important perspective on the management of GGNRA and can make a unique contribution to the planning process. Your input can make a difference.
There are many ways to stay involved and participate in park planning and projects.
Did You Know?
During World War II, Fort Baker’s Horseshoe Cove was home to the Mine Planting Depot, where soldiers loaded dynamite into electrically-triggered mines that were then arranged in the water just outside the Golden Gate Bridge.