Parks For The People

Experience a park so rich it supports 19 distinct ecosystems with over 2,000 plant and animal species. Go for a hike, enjoy a vista, have a picnic or learn about the centuries of overlapping history from California’s indigenous cultures, Spanish colonialism, the Mexican Republic, US military expansion and the growth of San Francisco. All of this and more awaits you, so get out and find your park.

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Crissy Field Next

What do you want to see next? We need your ideas for this next chapter of Crissy Field’s revitalization. Learn how to get involved.

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A New Way to Plan Your Muir Woods Visit

To improve your experience and better protect the park, the National Park Service is launching a parking and shuttle reservation system.

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A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

A highly diverse complex of terrestrial, coastal, and marine environments.

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International Site of Conscience

At GGNRA visitors can engage in a history and culture as varied and diverse as they are.

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Download The New App!

A new way to #FindYourPark, download the latest app on Apple and Android.

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Things To Do

Whether its a full days trip, or you only have two hours or less to spend in the park: here are some great activities to try!

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Remembering Executive Order 9066

The Presidio memorializes this dark moment in history, with a year-long exhibition: Exclusion: The Presidio’s Role in World War II Japanese

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Special Use Permits

How to get permits for picnics, beach fires, weddings, filming & other special events

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Most Dog-Friendly National Park

Learn more about where you can enjoy the park with your furry friends.

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Visitors with Disabilities

Find out what accessibility resources are available in Golden Gate NRA

Last updated: October 5, 2018

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Building 201, Fort Mason

San Francisco, CA 94123-0022

Phone:

(415) 561-4700
Pacific West Region Information Center (415) 561-4700 Special Event & Commercial Film Permits (415) 561-4300

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