• A section of the bowsprint and figurehead on the bow of BALCLUTHA.

    San Francisco Maritime

    National Historical Park California

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  • Hyde Street Pier Closed Mondays through Thursdays (July 24 - August 20)

    For public safety, Hyde Street Pier will be closed mid-pier Mondays - Thursdays from July 24 - August 20 during replacement of Eureka's mooring piles. There is no access to the historic ships. The visitor center, Maritime Museum & Aquatic Park are open. More »

Park Statistics

Designations

National Historic Landmark (Balclutha) - 1985

National Historic Landmark (Eureka) - 1985

National Historic Landmark (Aquatic Park) - 1987

National Historic Landmark (Alma) - 1988

National Historical Park - June 27, 1988

 

Acreage

Gross Area Acres - 50

Visitation
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2011 - 4,224,898
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2010 - 4,130,969
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2009 - 4,152,497
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2008 - 4,086,211
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2007 - 4,042,022
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2006 - 3,984,643
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2005 - 3,976,055
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2004 - 4,055,480
Total Recreation Visits for FY 2003 - 3,984,825

For more recreation visit statistics go to the

NPS Public Use Statistics Office site.

Budget

FY 2011 annual base allocation: $7,435,700

FY 2010 annual base allocation: $7,563,400

FY 2009 annual base allocation: $7,375,300

FY 2008 Annual Base Budget: $7,281,000

FY 2007 Annual Base Budget: $6,879,000

FY 2006 Annual Base Budget: $6,734,000

FY 2005 Annual Base Budget: $6,987,000

FY 2004 Annual Base Budget: $6,412,000

FY 2003 Annual Base Budget: $6,456,000

FY 2002 Annual Base Budget: $6,444,000

FY 2001 Annual Base Budget: $5,893,000

FY 2000 Annual Base Budget: $5,788,000

FY (Fiscal Year)

Did You Know?

The CA Thayer, a lumber schooner, built in 1895 in Northern California.

Once, hundreds of sailing schooners carried lumber to San Francisco from Washington, Oregon, and the California Redwood Coast. Built in 1895, C.A. Thayer, once part of that mighty Pacific Coast fleet, survives at San Francisco Maritime NHP. More...