Photo Gallery for Press

All the sample images below are for press use only and available as digital files for use with articles about the Golden Gate National Parks. Digital files can be provided as jpegs suitable for web use (72 dpi), or for print publication use (300 dpi). Scroll down or click the links below to view each gallery.

Battery East Vista >>
Lands End >>
Crissy Field >>
Presidio >>
Golden Gate Bridge >>
Alcatraz >>
Alcatraz Historic >>
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Youth in parks >>
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Please see our instructions for requesting images at the bottom of the page.

Battery East Vista 

The new Battery East Vista features an accessible viewing area, seating, trail maps and interpretation of historic Battery East.

Lands End 

At every turn of the trail on this wild and rocky northwestern corner of San Francisco, there is another stunning view. Along the way you’ll see hillsides of cypress and wildflowers, views of old shipwrecks, access to the epic ruins of Sutro Baths, pocket beaches, and a new Lookout Visitor Center. You can thank community volunteers who have helped revitalize and restore the native habitat here.

Crissy Field 

The Parks Conservancy’s signature project, Crissy Field was transformed starting in 2001 from a former military airfield into a vibrant environmental showcase through the generosity of the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund and Colleen and Robert Haas, as well as thousands of community volunteers and donors.


Since the Spanish first arrived in 1776, the Presidio’s soldiers have maintained their guard over the riches of San Francisco Bay. This serene corner of San Francisco is the oldest continuously used military post in the nation—and it’s also one of the most beautiful.

Transferred from the Army to the National Park Service in 1994, the Presidio offers forests, creeks, trails, views, architecture, and history for today’s park visitors.

Golden Gate Bridge 

Yes, it is even more awesome than you imagined. Since it opened in 1937, this 1.7-mile suspension span between San Francisco and Marin counties has become one of the most beloved bridges in the world. A work of art, an engineering marvel, and an American icon, the Bridge is flanked on both ends by the natural beauty of the Golden Gate National Parks. Enjoy an exhilarating, but often chilly, walk across it.


Alcatraz, the former federal island prison that once held the likes of gangster Al Capone, offers national park visitors a close-up look at a maximum-security, minimum-privilege life.

Alcatraz Historic 

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Youth in the Parks 

The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, in partnership with the National Park Service and the Presidio trust, hosts a number of youth leadership programs geared toward youth.

To request images: 

  1. E-mail:
  2. a. Veda Banerjee at; (415) 561-3082
  3. Include the following information:
  4. a. The name of your publication.
    b. The images you would like to receive and your deadline.
    c. The format:
      i.  Size and resolution of the file you need.
      ii. Delivery by email, FTP, or photo CD resolution.
  5. Response:
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