Video about the Community Shuttle program:
Several shuttle services offer public transportation to and from our parks.
Muir Woods Shuttle
The Muir Woods Shuttle operates on weekends and holidays only during the peak visitation months of May, June, July, August, September and October. For details, visit Muir Woods Shuttle.
- Pohono to Muir Woods: Every 20 min, 9 am to 3:20 pm
- Muir Woods to Pohono: every 20 min, 11:10 am to 4:50 pm
- Sausalito/Marin City to Muir Woods: Every 60 min, 11 am to 3:00 pm
- Muir Woods to Sausalito/Marin City: Every 60 min, 12:55 am to 4:55 pm
For more information, visit Muir Woods Shuttle.
Fort Baker Service via West Marin Stagecoach
The National Park Service has partnered with Marin Transit to provide public bus service to Fort Baker, every weekend from Memorial Day to Labor Day (including holidays) through an extension of Marin Transit's Route 61—the West Marin Stagecoach. The weekend Stagecoach service to Fort Baker runs every 1–1.5 hours between 10 am and 9:30 pm and travels to Sausalito, Marin City, Mill Valley, Stinson Beach and Bolinas. You can find schedule details on the Marin Transit website. Free ride coupons are available at our front desk/concierge.
West Marin Stagecoach offers similar seasonal service to Fort Baker, Stinson Beach, and Bolinas.
PresidiGo is a year-round shuttle serving the Presidio of San Francisco. It offers free Around the Park service (during non-peak hours) as well as Downtown service, which connects the Presidio to downtown San Francisco.
Marin Headlands Shuttle
This free shuttle operates each weekend through September. The shuttle picks up every thirty minutes from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. along Bunker Road, Field Road and Fort Baker. Stops include: Bay Area Discovery Museum, Smith Road trail head, Marine Mammal Center, Rodeo Beach, Visitor Center, Nike Missile Site, Battery Alexander and Point Bonita Lighthouse.
Marin Headlands Express
Running on weekends and holidays, the 76X Muni route makes stops between San Francisco and the Fort Cronkhite parking lot—where you can launch your explorations of Rodeo Beach, Rodeo Lagoon, and the many splendid sites in the Marin Headlands.