Golden Gate National Recreation Area Headquarters
Bldg 201, Fort Mason
San Francisco, CA 94123
Fort Mason, once an historic army post located at the edge of the San Francisco Bay, is the headquarters for both the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
What are some Fort Mason activities?
The Visitor Information Center at the GGNRA Headquarters building provides maps, brochures, self-guided tours and park-wide information. The office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. The phone number is 415-561-4700.
Visit the Parks Conservancy's activities calendar to learn more about events at Fort Mason and throughout the park.
Explore the Fort Mason Center with its historic piers and warehouses, home to a wide variety of environmental, cultural and art organizations.
Download the upper Fort Mason History Walk, "A Reflection of San Francisco Through Time" for a self-guided tour of the historic army post.
Download the lower Fort Mason Center History Tour "Gateway to the Pacific" to learn how the vital San Francisco Port of Embarkation functioned as the army's largest shipping center for the Pacific Theatre
Where can I eat?
What is the history of Fort Mason?
Can I walk my dog at Fort Mason?
Please visit the park's pet management page to learn more about walking your dog at Fort Mason.
Who are the park partners at Fort Mason?
Please visit the Golden Gate National Recreation Area's permit page.
What are some of the current Fort Mason park projects?
In December 2016, GGNRA will remove the plum trees at the Fort Mason entrance and replace them with drought tolerant native plants. Please visit the Park in Progress Blog to learn more about the project.
Last updated: March 22, 2017