The Barry/Baker tunnel on Bunker Road will be closed for maintenance during the weeks of 6/2 and 6/9. The tunnel will be open on the weekends. Please use Conzelman Road instead. More »
Muir Beach Overlook closure
The Muir Beach Overlook will be closed for Accessibility improvements and trail upgrades from June 2 through July 21. Alternate viewpoints are available along Highway 1 between there and Stinson Beach.
Request for Proposals to Lease Historic Equestrian Stables in Marin County
OPPORTUNITY: Lease Historic Equestrian Stables in Marin County
The National Park Service (NPS) at Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) announces a Request For Proposals (RFP) for the lease of three historic equestrian stables. The RFP provides the opportunity for interested individuals and organizations to submit proposals to the National Park Service to lease one or more of three properties.
This lease opportunity is open to all interested persons on a competitive basis. Whoever submits the proposal for each property, judged best under the proposal selection criteria, will be given an opportunity to negotiate a final lease agreeable to both the offeror and the National Park Service.
The three historic equestrian stables facilities are located in southern Marin County in an area renowned for providing breathtaking, open-space access in close proximity to a major metropolitan area. Properties range in size and capacity, stabling from 11 to 42 horses. All stables are located adjacent to park trailheads, offering easy access to a network of over 20 miles of stunning, mixed-use trails. A detailed description and map of each property is provided in the RFP.
REGISTER: Please register in order to receive updates. Click the link and complete the pop-up form with the subject "Marin Equestrian RFP." Be sure to include your name and address in the "message" field. Also Include your company name if applicable.
REVIEW AND SUBMIT: Detailed instructions are provided in the RFP regarding submittal requirements.
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