Activities

Sign labeled "Hopper's Hands" on a fence with the Golden Gate Bridge behind.
Gateways Article
Looking for things to do in the Bay Area? Before your next run to the Golden Gate Bridge, discover the story behind a beloved running tradition in SF.
Outrigger Canoes around Lime Point
Article
Angela Flaviani is the president of the Tamalpais Outrigger Canoe Club, based out of Fort Baker. She sat down with us to tell us more.
Photographer and Waterfall on Steep Ravine Trail
Gateways Article
Nothing beats that moment in a hike when you turn a corner to the sights and sounds of a rushing waterfall. February through April are normally the prime months to experience full falls within the Mt. Tamalpais watershed.
Artist Ai Weiwei, photo by the FOR-SITE Foundation
Events
Presidio Theatre
Join us for a free screening of the new documentary "Yours Truly" at the Presidio Theatre.
"Be Seen" Reflective Backpack
Activities
Stand out from the crowd with this eye-catching bag, designed to maximize both travel safety and functionality.
Giuseppe Penone's "La logica del vegetale" on display at upper Fort Mason
Our Work
Gagosian, in partnership with Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Parks Conservancy through the Art in the Parks program, presents a yearlong outdoor installation by Giuseppe Penone in San Francisco’s historic upper Fort Mason.
Travis Andrews of The Living Earth Show performs "Tremble Staves" at Sutro Baths
Events
Lands End Lookout Visitor Center
Join us for the inaugural performance of Tremble Staves by composer and visual artist Raven Chacon with The Living Earth Show .
Pianist performing at Fort Point
Events
Fort Point
We're doing something that we've never done before: In partnership with our friends at PianFrancisco , Art in the Parks will be hosting a free piano concert in one of San Francisco's oldest and most iconic buildings, Fort Point!
Lands End overlook with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Park E-Ventures Article
The wonderful idea of the newly unveiled San Francisco Crosstown Trail is to make one big link, from Candlestick Point to the Presidio and Lands End, so you can walk or bike from one end of the city all the way to the other.
Carmen Bogan's "Where's Rodney?" StoryWalk at the Marin Headlands
Our Work
A StoryWalk is a creative way for children and their families to enjoy the park on a family-friendly, accessible trail while reading an adventure at the same time. Pages of a children’s book are put on signs and placed along the trail. Walk along the trail and read the story,...