Rancho: Frequently Asked Questions
When will Rancho Corral de Tierra ("Rancho") transfer to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA)?
What will change when the property transfers?
How will people know what is open and closed?
What Rancho projects will the park be working on in 2012?
What will I be able to do at Rancho?
What about bicycles?
What about the stables and horses?
Will I be able to walk my dog on Rancho?
What will happen to the agricultural lands?
Who should I call to report an emergency?
For medical emergencies call 911
For non-medical emergencies call:
Local authorities may respond more quickly than park rangers. NPS Park Rangers will still respond for reporting medical or law enforcement issues.
For non-emergencies and to file a report with NPS Law Enforcement call (415) 561-5505.
Did You Know?
The endangered mission blue butterfly inhabits from the Milagra Ridge in Pacifica, to portions of the Marin Headlands. This small butterfly is an important component of area grasslands. Its host plant is silver-leaf lupine, and it is only in its mature flight stage for three weeks? More...