Aquatic Park and Fort Mason sit on the unceded ancestral lands of the Ramaytush Ohlone, the original peoples of the San Francisco Peninsula. The amazing views, fresh air, and culture of the City come together here. These National Parks are shaped by the many different people who call San Francisco home. Together, we can continue to make it an inspiring place by the Bay.
Right now we have the opportunity to improve and enhance these parks. Together, we can continue to make it an inspiring place by the Bay.
Visioning and planning efforts for Aquatic Park and Fort Mason are underway. You may have already visited the newly restored historic Black Point Gardens. We’re looking at improving Muni Pier, Hyde Street Pier, and circulation between the parks. There are things we haven’t thought about yet, and we need your ideas!
Whether it’s your first time visiting or you’re a regular, we want to hear from you! Check out our free pocket map for fun activities, sights to see, and tips for your trip. Tell us about your experience and your ideas for how we can make these parks more enjoyable, welcoming, and useful to you. Please take a moment to share your ideas by completing this questionnaire. It will take ten minutes and you’ll have a chance to enter a giveaway to win a park gift bag! Thank you for your feedback!
A Day by the Bay
There's so much to see and do at the Aquatic Park and Fort Mason. Here are our tips to navigate the park, find new activities to try, and enjoy a day by the Bay!