The mission of Golden Gate National Recreation Area is to preserve and enhance the natural, historic and scenic resources of the lands north and south of the Golden Gate for the education, recreation and inspiration of people today and in the future. In the spirit of bringing national parks to the people, we reach out to a diverse urban community, promote the richness and breadth of the national park system to many who are experiencing a national park for the first time and foster broad-based public stewardship through various volunteer and partnership programs.
Key Management Documents
Learn about the 2016-2020 Strategic Plan for Golden Gate National Recreation Area. This plan identifies areas of desired change in how the National Park Service conducts its work at GGNRA, and how our aspirations and core values can be expressed by near-term, attainable goals focused on making needed key changes.
Use the links below to read the General Management Plan/Final Environmental Impact Statement, released in April 2014, the General Management Plan Record of Decision, signed January 2015, or the 2015 General Management Plan/Final Environmental Impact Statement Summary Edition.
Learn more about the park's vision for Interpretation & Education by downloading a copies of our interpretive planning documents:
Read the park's 2014 Report to the Community (PDF 5.8MB)
Last updated: October 5, 2020