Park Projects

Crissy Field Next
Our Work
The National Park Service, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and the Presidio Trust are embarking upon the next chapter of Crissy Field’s revitalization—and we’re eager for your input and participation! Learn more about Crissy Field Next.
The view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Presidio Tunnel Tops. People relax in the signature red Adirondack chairs to take in the sights.
Our Work
Presidio Tunnel Tops is a free, accessible, and stunning national park space that was built by the community, for the community.
Photo from a dog's POV at Fort Funston. A Dalmatian looks down the steps to Fort Funston beach.
Our Work
Bark Ranger Rio shows us a dogs’-eye-view of Fort Funston!
A rendering of the China Beach rehabilitation project picnic area
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Renderings for the China Beach

The Parks Conservancy and National Park Service are embarking on a project to rehabilitate the retaining walls and road forming the backbone of China Beach and restore the bathhouse facility—including restrooms and other visitor amenities. These are the renderings.
Visitors examine information about incarceration on red and black panels at Alcatraz.
Alcatraz Island is full of doors that lead to the past, and right now there are several unique and new experiences on the island to check out.
August 25, 2021
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service today commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Parks Conservancy and the 105th anniversary of the founding of the National Park Service with the unveiling of a several year rehabilitation of a previously closed and grown over historic garden on the bluff of historic Fort Mason, Black Point historic gardens.
Aerial view of the construction site for the Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Our Work
Watch the Presidio Tunnel Tops site transform in front of your eyes in this special timelapse video.
Parks Conservancy staff working to restore the Black Point Historical Garden at Fort Mason.
Our Work
Black Point Historic Gardens is the San Francisco Bay Area’s newest national park site, a one-acre hillside that connects San Francisco’s Aquatic Park to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) at Fort Mason.
People sit and lay on blankets all about the Golden Gate Meadow at Presidio Tunnel Tops.
San Francisco
Presidio Tunnel Tops is a stunning and welcoming national park space, completely free and accessible to all!
Aerial view showing the Quartermaster Reach wetlands
Gateways Article
For the first time in over 100 years, the Presidio’s Tennessee Hollow watershed will be connected to the San Francisco Bay.