Member Hiking & Events Series

Share

Mt Tamalpais

 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

A dark hall leads to a person looking down through a sunny archway on one of Fort Points upper levels
event
Sat, Oct 19 10:00am-12:00pm
Fort Point
Join us at Fort Point for a tour of Fort Point, led by park historian John Martini, to learn about the "fort that never fired a shot in anger".
Image of the front of the Presidio Visitor Center with the Golden Gate Bridge in the backgrounr
event
Wed, Oct 23 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.
a hill of grass and flowers leads the ruins of Sutro Baths at Lands End overlooking the Pacific Ocean
event
Wed, Nov 06 2:00pm-4:00pm
Sutro Heights Park
Join us ann Park Historian John Martini as we explore Sutro Heights and Sturo Baths, and learn about the plans for a vast "Pleasure Ground", and see the ruins of what was once the world's largest indoor swimming complex.
Schooner Alma sailing in the Aquatic Park lagoon
event
Sat, Nov 16 10:00am-12:00pm
Corona Pedro Trailhead
Just a stone’s toss from Fort Mason, join us for a special tour of the interactive exhibits of the Maritime Museum at the San Francisco National Historical Park.
Gun at Black Point Battery in Fort Mason
event
Mon, Nov 18 3:00pm-5:00pm
Fort Mason Flagpole
Explore Fort Mason’s charming walkways and discover the complex history of this tiny military post.

Help Conserve Coastal Parks!

We need your help to conserve coastal parks, build trails, protect endangered species, and introduce kids to the wonders of nature.