Facebook Timeline Covers

Share the beauty and wonder of the Golden Gate National Parks with our free Facebook Timeline cover images.

Click the “Download” link below your favorite, save it to your computer, and then upload as your Facebook profile’s cover photo. Show Facebook friends your love of the parks—and your support for the Parks Conservancy’s work!

Golden Gate Bridge from Battery East. Download >>

 

Anna's Hummingbird and House Finch. Download >>

     

Alcatraz Island from East Beach. Download >>

 

Golden Gate Bridge from Hawk Hill. Download >>

     

Western Snowy Plover.
Download >>

 

Pirates Cove at sunset.
Download >>

     

Sunset at Muir Woods.
Download >>

 

Dense Indian paintbrush.
Download >>

     

Sunset at Lands End.
Download >>

 


Desktop Wallpapers

Download a free desktop background photo and experience the parks from your own workstation every day!

Need help? See directions below.

Golden Gate Bridge from
Slacker Ridge

1280 x 1024 >>
1280 x 800 >>
1024 x 768 >>

 

Sunset from Marshalls Beach
1280 x 1024 >>
1280 x 800 >>
1024 x 768 >>

     

Golden Gate Bridge from Hawk Hill
1280 x 1024 >>
1280 x 800 >>
1024 x 768 >>

 

Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point
1280 x 1024 >>
1280 x 800 >>
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How do I change my desktop wallpaper? 

Windows users:
Click on the image you'd like to set as your wallpaper in the resolution that is appropriate for your screen. Allow the photo to fully load on this page. Right-click on the photo.Select "Set As Wallpaper" or "Set As Desktop Background" from the drop-down menu. Check desktop for new wallpaper. (You may need to restart your computer for wallpaper to be installed on your desktop.)

Mac users:
Click on the image you'd like to set as your wallpaper in the resolution that is appropriate for your screen. Allow image to fully load on this page. Move the cursor over the image. Hold down the mouse button over the image and drag the image to your desktop. Open "System Preferences" and select "Desktop." Drag the image into desktop pictures window. Select the image as your desktop. (You may need to restart your computer for wallpaper to be installed on your desktop.)

How do I know which screen resolution is right for me?

Windows users:
Click your right mouse button anywhere on your desktop that is not an active window. Select Properties from the drop-down list. You will see the Display Properties dialog box. Select the Settings tab. The slider in the Desktop Area will say 1280x 1024 or 1024x768 or 800x600. That will indicate to you which wallpaper resolution you should choose.

Mac users:
Exit all applications and choose "Control Panels/Monitors & Sound" from the Apple menu. The "Monitors & Sound" window will appear. Click the "Monitors" button. Color Depth and Resolution options will appear in the window. Your options will be 1280x 1024 or 1024x768 or 800x600. That will indicate to you which wallpaper resolution you should choose.