Yes, the national parks are pretty great. But they could always be better! That's why our award-winning Projects team continues to improve on the parklands and visitor experiences. Through new and enhanced trails, restored natural and cultural landscapes, and sustainably built facilities and amenities, we're working to make the Golden Gate National Parks more vibrant, more resilient, and more welcoming for all. None of this would be possible without the support of our members and park community, so thank you for helping us put the extra shine on these gems!
Restoration of the native landscape continues at Lands End. Recently completed trails and overlooks have created a safer and more scenic experience for visitors. These efforts have been enhanced by the new Lands End Lookout visitor center, which includes a park-themed bookstore, café, and other amenities.
The Parks Conservancy’s Projects Department has worked closely with the National Park Service over the years to repair roads, rehabilitate buildings, improve trails, and provide interpretive and directional signage to help keep Fort Mason’s history alive and to care for this popular park site.
Perched at the northern tip of San Francisco, the iconic bridge and surrounding trails, overlooks, and historic military batteries have been the focus of a number of Parks Conservancy projects.
New and improved trails thread throughout the center of the Presidio, providing better connectivity to other major trails, and a more enjoyable experience for all who use them.
The Parks Conservancy has supported numerous projects in the Marin Headlands over its 40-year history. But our work here is not done. Ongoing efforts, especially at Hawk Hill, will continue to protect sensitive habitats and rare species while creating improved trails and visitor access.
The Parks Conservancy, National Park Service, and Presidio Trust have been working together for decades on projects to restore the area’s important habitats, improve its trails, and preserve and share its history.