Parks For The People

The park chronicles 200 years of history from Native American culture, Spanish Empire frontier, the Gold Rush, evolution of American coastal fortifications and growth of urban San Francisco. Comprised of 19 separate ecosystems and home to 1,273 plant/animal species, the park has hundreds of ways to recreate including horseback riding, ranger-led programs, bicycling, hiking and walking your dog.

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Learn About the Centennial Celebration

Celebrate the National Park Service Centennial at Golden Gate NRA

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Dog Management Planning

Dog walking is a healthy and popular way to enjoy parklands. Learn more about dog management planning in the Golden Gate NRA.

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Things To Do

Find out all the things you can do at Golden Gate NRA

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Places To Go

Learn a little about all the sites you can visit at Golden Gate NRA

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Permits (Picnics, Weddings, Film, etc.)

Find out how to get permits for picnics, beach fires, weddings, filming & other special events

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Info for Visitors with Disabilities

Find out what accessibility resources are available in Golden Gate NRA

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Marin Headlands

Marin Headlands offers beaches, rugged coastline and outstanding vistas all connected by an extensive trail system.

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Land's End

Land's End has a visitor center, trails and a variety of places of historical and natural interest.

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Milagra Ridge

Once home to a large gun emplacement and missile launch site, Milagra Ridge has great views and wildlife habitat.

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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