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Visitors to the Warming Hut at Crissy Field are seen in a file photo.
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Despite a lapse in federal appropriations (also called “government shutdown”) that began on Saturday, December 22, many park sites and visitor facilities in the Golden Gate National Parks remain open.
Michael Schwab graphic of the surf at Ocean Beach
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Framed Schwab Ocean Beach Print

Bring home the beauty of your favorite national parklands with artwork from our Golden Gate National Parks print collection. Featuring artwork by Michael Schwab, this framed 22 x 28-1/2" screen printed poster celebrates San Francisco’s beloved Ocean Beach. A stunning 3.5-mile stretch of Pacific coastline, Ocean Beach defines San Francisco’s...
Wayfinder in the Marin Headlands
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Another stunning hike with connector trails in the Marin Headlands, it provides a secluded destination point for pedestrians and equestrians seeking dramatic coastal views.
Rodeo Valley Trail
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The multi-use Rodeo Valley Trail is edged by grassy, wind-swept hillsides as it winds through the heart of the Marin Headlands. Recent improvements to this historic ranch road include realigned segments and bridges to improve the experience of trail users while protecting restored wetlands.
Bay Area Ridge Trail
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The Bay Area Ridge Trail is an epic, planned 550-mile multi-use trail around San Francisco Bay. The Presidio leg links the park's highest points, from Arguello Gate to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Trail in the Tennessee Hollow Watershed
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At 270 acres, Tennessee Hollow is the largest watershed in the Presidio. Since the late 1990s, the Presidio Trust, National Park Service, and Parks Conservancy have been working toward restoring the entire watershed from springs to bay, to restore a vibrant, contiguous, and diverse mosaic of native plant communities and wildlife habitat.
Crissy Field view
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Once a military site covered with asphalt and debris, Crissy Field was transformed into a beloved national park in 2001 thanks to the generosity and energy of the community.
Participants at the 2018 One Tam Science Summit: "Into the Woods."
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There is so much about Mount Tamalpais that binds us. Now we’ve launched an approach to the care and stewardship of the mountain that is just as unifying and all-embracing: the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative (TLC).
Bridge over historic batteries
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A new ADA-accessible bicycle/pedestrian bridge links the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Presidio Coastal Trail, while protecting historic batteries.
The Golden Gate Overlook
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Winding for three miles through the Presidio,this trail travels along the bluffs that support some of the most intact natural habitat in the park. Recent work has restored habitat, improved safety, and completed new overlooks.