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

    San Francisco Maritime

    National Historical Park California

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    Ferryboat EUREKA is closed for maintenance. The gangway that links the ship to the pier is being repaired.

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Park Brochure and Map

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French

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German

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Spanish

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Japanese

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Historic and present day photos of Black Point Cove and Aquatic Park.
Redesigning the Waterfront: A Self-Guided Walking Tour
An NPS Photo
 

The tour begins at Hyde Street Pier and continues west to Lower Fort Mason. Rest spots along the route offer stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Marin Headlands, Angel and Alcatraz Islands and the East Bay Hills.

The walk takes approximately 45 minutes and is three-quarters of a mile (1.2 kilometers).

Click here to view the entire walk.

Did You Know?

The scow schooner ALMA, with white sails raised, sailing on SF Bay.

ALMA was built in 1891 in a little boatyard on the southernmost bay front of San Francisco, just north of Hunters Point Navy Yard. She mostly worked in the South Bay carrying salt from the southern salt ponds. She has been rebuilt several times and now sails on the Bay often, carrying passengers. More...