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 »
Experience a Diversity of Natural and Cultural History
For 218 years, the Presidio served as an army post for three nations. World and local events, from military campaigns to World Fairs and earthquakes, left their mark. Come enjoy the history and the natural beauty of the Presidio. Explore centuries of architecture. Reflect in a national cemetery. Walk along an historic airfield, through forests or to beaches, and admire spectacular vistas.Read More
Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit at the Presidio
Come see the Buffalo Soldiers exhibit at the Presidio Visitors Center 10-4 Thur-Sun. Try a cavalry saddle, feel a buffalo robe, listen to bugle calls.Read More
Mark di Suvero at Crissy Field
Eight large-scale sculptures by acclaimed artist Mark di Suvero are rising at Crissy Field. This free exhibit is presented by SFMOMA, GGNPC, and NPS.Read More
Access Information for Visitors with Disabilities
Click below to find out what accessibility resources are available in GGNRA for the enjoyment of your visit.Read More
Special Use Permits
Find out how to apply for a special use permit through the SPUG Office for filming, weddings, beach fires, or any other events that require a permit.Read More
Share Your Presidio Memories
Contribute your Presidio memories to our archive or read the memories of others who have passed through this special place.Read More
Be A Park Hero! Volunteer for the GGNRA Today!
Learn how you can volunteer for GGNRA. There are many opportunities available for individuals, families, and even groups.Read More
Download the latest scenes from the park at: Desktop Photo of the WeekRead More
The Natural Presidio
The Presidio has equally rich natural histories from geologic foundations millions of years ago to current role as a refuge for endangered species.Read More
Did You Know?
The National Cemeteries Act was based on the principles articulated by President Lincoln in his Gettysburg Address--"that these dead shall not have died in vain." Passed by Congress in 1863, the law established thirteen cemeteries to inter veterans of the Armed Forces and their families.