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In the Presidio, MacArthur Meadow Gets a Makeover

MacArthur Meadow

Featuring a new boardwalk and freshly planted wetlands, the revitalized MacArthur Meadow reached a major milestone with its March 9 ribbon-cutting. more >>


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Crissy Promenade Repairs Slated to Begin in March

For the first time since the Crissy Field Promenade was opened in 2001, the entire 1.5-mile length of the popular pathway will be repaired. Starting in March, the promenade will be closed, section by section, for resurfacing work that will improve its durability and sustainability. more >>


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No-Fly Zone: Drones Prohibited in Golden Gate National Parks

Many shutterbugs received a drone as a gift over the holidays. We love the amazing images and video that these devices can capture, but unfortunately they’re not allowed in the Golden Gate National Parks. Learn why—and find other options for your flights. more >>


February 2017 | 1 Comments | Leave a comment

New Visitor Center Opens in Century-Old Guardhouse

Presidio Visitors Center

In February, visitors to the Presidio will enjoy a brand-new gateway to this remarkable national park. Located in a Main Post guardhouse built in 1900, the William Penn Mott, Jr. Presidio Visitor Center features state-of-the-art displays, fascinating exhibits, and an information desk. more >>


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Serenity Wow: Top Spots to Get Away from It All

Top Spots to Get Away from It All

With the pressures of the holidays upon us (and the stress of everything else that’s going on in the world), parks can be a great place to escape, re-center, and refocus. Here are some of the most peaceful spots in the Golden Gate National Parks. more >>


January 2017 | Leave a comment

Alert: Tunnel Closure to Restrict Headlands Access

Tunnel Closure to Restrict Headlands Access

The Baker-Barry Tunnel (aka the “Five-Minute Tunnel”), a main artery into the Marin Headlands, will be closed on January 2 for much-needed repairs and upgrades. Work is slated to last until early May, and visitors are strongly encouraged to make alternate plans. more >>


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The 9 Most #Blessed Social Selfie Spots in the Parks

Selfie in the parks

Rack up the “likes,” retweets, shares, and favorites at these nine eye-popping sites in your Golden Gate National Parks. Get out, get snapping, and see your social media Q rating soar. Oh, and bonus: you’ll <3 your time in the outdoors and learn something about our heritage, too! more >>


December 2016 | Leave a comment

Six Outstanding Examples of Art in National Parks

The nationwide Arts in the Parks program brings illuminating, inspirational, and thought-provoking pieces of art to public lands, from Ellis Island to Alcatraz Island. Learn about some exemplary artworks and exhibitions—and watch a video series that explains the program’s roots, impact, and future. more >>


November 2016 | Leave a comment

Insiders’ Tour: The New One Tam Roving Ranger

Our first “mobile trailhead” was a runaway success, so we’re proud to present our second Roving Ranger—a converted delivery truck that will serve as a roaming park ambassador for the One Tam initiative in Marin County. Step inside for a test drive! more >>


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'Home Land Security' Art Certain to Spark Dialogue in Uncertain Times

Home Land Security exhibition

Learn the story behind Home Land Security, an exhibition in the Presidio exploring complex themes of safety, national identity, and global security. Fittingly, the idea for this exhibition—open until December 18—was born halfway around the world. more >>


October 2016 | Leave a comment

 

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