Park Visitor Services

Shop, Nosh, Stay, and Learn in Your Parks

Looking for a meaningful memento (or a perfect gift!) from the Golden Gate National Parks? Seeking a scrumptious snack, or a place to pitch your tent? Or do you simply have a burning question about Civil War-era brick masonry, chaparral habitat restoration, or 16th-century maritime history? Park stores, visitor centers, and campgrounds have you covered. And don’t forget: your purchases help support our conservation programs that sustain these national parks!

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Customer looking at a Capone book in an Alcatraz Island store
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Store
No trip to Alcatraz is complete without a stop at the Cellhouse Store, featuring a wide selection of merchandise to help you understand the island’s fascinating history and commemorate your visit. Also, be sure to visit our bookstores in the Barracks .
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Visitor Center
Excellent exhibits, maps, and park information can be found at this center. Just west of the Center’s parking lot is the 0.6-mile paved Earthquake Trail that takes you on an informational walk through key features of the San Andreas Fault zone.
A couple walking toward the Bridge Cafe
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Cafe
Located at the Golden Gate Bridge Plaza, this cafe is now closed.
Customer browsing inside the Fort Point Store
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Store
The Fort Point store offers books, photos, souvenirs, and merchandise related to the Civil War and local history.
Crowds of people outside the Welcome Center on a beautiful, sunny day
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Store
Visitor Center
The first on-site center dedicated to telling the stories of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Center welcomes visitors, provides orientation and information services, houses exhibits, and offers high-quality commemorative and interpretive merchandise.
Tent at Hawk Camp Campground
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Campground
Hawk Camp is located high in the hills overlooking Gerbode Valley and is the most remote of the campgrounds in the Golden Gate National Parks.
Tents at Haypress Campground
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Campground
Haypress Campground is nestled in the heart of Tennessee Valley, .75-miles from the Tennessee Valley parking area.
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Visitor Center
Located at beautiful Drake’s Beach this center contains exhibits focused on 16th-century maritime exploration, marine fossils, and marine environments.
Tent aglow at Kirby Cove Campground
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Campground
Adjacent to the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge this is a beach-side campground boasting spectacular views.
The outside of Lands End Lookout at sunset
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Cafe
Store
The Lands End Lookout includes informational exhibits, a gift shop, a café, and restrooms. Learn about the natural and cultural history of the area and browse the selection of unique interpretive items for purchase.
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Visitor Center
Located 45 minutes west of Bear Valley on the Point Reyes Headlands, at the end of Sir Francis Drake Blvd., the Center is a 650 meter (0.4 mile) uphill walk from the parking lot. Browse exhibits on the historic Point Reyes Lighthouse, whales, seals, sea lions, wildflowers, birds, and maritime history.
The white chapel building that houses the Marin Headlands Visitor Center
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Store
Visitor Center
The Marin Headlands Visitor Center's exhibits introduce the Headland's natural history and trace the area's human history from the days of the Miwoks through modern times. A shop carries a good selection of books and field guides about the area.

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