Welcome to Fort Baker!
Things to Do
Tips and Highlights
FORT BAKER'S PARK PARTNERS
Fort Baker features a hands-on children's museum and learning center; a the first-class lodge; an institute dedicated to dialog and action on global environmental issues; as well as the U.S. Coast Guard Station Golden Gate and the Travis Sailing Center.
6 month to 8 year olds play, discover and create at this one-of-a-kind indoor and outdoor children's museum at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Cavallo Point—The Lodge at the Golden Gate
LEED certified and featuring sweeping views of the Golden Gate, Cavallo Point offers contemporary-style and restored historic lodging options.
Institute at the Golden Gate
The Institute of the Golden Gate contributes to a more sustainable and healthy world by harnessing the power of parks and public lands to advance environmental stewardship and human wellbeing.
U.S. Coast Guard Station Golden Gate
The U.S. Coast Guard's presence in the San Francisco Bay dates back to 1877. Today, the U.S. Coast Guard continues to uphold its mission to protect the public, the environment, U.S. economic interests and national security.
Travis AFB Sailing Marina Center (Presidio Yacht Club)
The Travis Marina, located in Horseshoe Cove, was originally built to support mine-laying operations and anti-submarine warfare during World War 2. Since the end of the War, the Marina has opened up for civilian use.
NAVIGATING FORT BAKER
Please park along the waterfront at Horseshoe Cove or at the trailhead at Drown Road, located off of East Road.
Many cyclists approach Fort Baker on Conzelman Road from the Golden Gate Bridge. There are relatively flat routes around Murray Circle and along the waterfront. A short but steep climb takes you to the access road to Sausalito.
Download the Marin Headlands/Fort Baker Map which provides you with road and trails information.
Want to know more about Fort Baker?
Learn about the history of Fort Baker and other Endicott-period army posts in the GGNRA.
Identify the Colonial Revival architectural style elements on the buildings at Fort Baker.
Read about the Restoration of Fort Baker's Parade Grounds.
Visit the Parks Conservancy website for more information.For more information, please contact:
Fort Barry, Building 948
Sausalito, CA 94965
Last updated: February 17, 2017