Youth learning in the parks. Parks Conservancy
Safely and responsibly enjoying the parks to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 includes following city and county orders, practicing social distancing and staying at home when you need to.
Bookmark this page to find the latest online resources to keep you engaged with the parks from the comfort of your home! We know you love your parks, and now you can explore all 80,000 acres of them online at any time. Watch videos, read park stories, or find online resources and activities for all ages.
Download these beautiful backgrounds for your video chats through Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or Google Hangouts.
Daydreaming of the Golden Gate Bridge and feeling artsy? Pick one of these Golden Gate Bridge themed crafts and channel your inspiration from those majestic towers.
Stuck indoors with wee ones? We’ve got some craft projects that’ll bring the magic of the outdoors inside your home.
In times of great uncertainty, reconnecting to nature and grounding yourself in the outdoors can be a calming practice. Here are a couple of suggestions on how to get started.
Each activity includes fun facts about animals and people in the park, helping kids connect with nature even when they can’t get outside. So what are you waiting for? Download the free activity pack now and get playing!
Test your knowledge of everything from movies filmed in the parks to rare animal species that make the parks their home.
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and National Park Service has partnered with Google to take the successful Street View program into the Golden Gate National Parks, by offering first-person imagery of several park sites and hard-to-reach locations.
Two closed-off stairwells lead down from the first floor of the Alcatraz Cellhouse to a lower, blocked-off basement level called the Citadel, one of the earliest structures on Alcatraz. Through the digital resources on this page, this site and its history can be observed and interpreted virtually.
Visitors can now revisit—or view for the first time—this once-in-a-lifetime installation of art within the confines of Alcatraz.