Member Hiking & Events Series

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 A special benefit for Parks Conservancy members, the Member Hiking & Events Series offers monthly hikes and events with park experts throughout the Golden Gate National Parks. From easy strolls in the Presidio to strenuous climbs in Pacifica, there’s something for everyone. Recent hikes include raptor spotting on Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands, a kid-friendly roam around Crissy Field Marsh, and a historical tour of the hidden beaches at Lands End. 

 


Member Events

Field Station and Outpost Prototyping Pop Up
Events
Tue, Jun 18 4:00pm-5:00pm
Presidio Visitor Center
Enjoy a sneak-peek of the future Field Station and Outpost, future play and discovery spaces for youth and families that are part of an expanded youth campus being built at the Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Image of the front of the Presidio Visitor Center with the Golden Gate Bridge in the backgrounr
Events
Wed, Jun 26 4:00pm-5:00pm
Presidio Visitor Center
Join us for a special insider’s view of the Presidio Tunnel Tops project, which will create 14 acres of new parkland on top of the Presidio Parkway (Doyle Drive) tunnels.
Group of hikers being guided by a Park Ranger
Events
Thu, Jul 11 4:00pm-5:00pm
Sutro Heights Entrance
Find out about Adolph Sutro’s plans for a vast "Pleasure Ground" at the rocky edge of San Francisco on this easy stroll through Sutro Heights Park.
Events
Thu, Jul 18 6:00pm-8:00pm
East Beach Crissy Field Parking Lot
Enjoy our dog-friendly happy hour event in your national park with: An outdoor yoga class led by Downward Drinking Dog A fun activity led by REI A t(r)ail mix bar of dog treats DIY dog toy station A prize for the best Bark Ranger outfit Of course, we have something...
Field Station and Outpost Prototyping Pop Up
event
Sat, Jul 20 11:00am-12:00pm
Presidio Visitor Center
Enjoy a sneak-peek of the future Field Station and Outpost, future play and discovery spaces for youth and families that are part of an expanded youth campus being built at the Presidio Tunnel Tops.

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