San Mateo County
Ridges and ravines mark this hiking area 25 minutes south of San Francisco. Wildlife, including hawks, deer, and wildflowers, abound on the slopes which drop to the Bay on one side and Thornton Beach on the other. The park's highest point is 1,200 feet and has a plaque honoring Portola's...
Offering more of a stroll than a hike, the two-mile trail that meanders through the meadows of this serene valley leads you to bluffs overlooking the Pacific. There you'll several fine sand beaches and the Pacific's shattering surf.
Presidio Tunnel Tops is a new area within the Presidio national park site, free and accessible to all.
Engaging communities who traditionally have had little-to-no access to national parks, the Center offers multicultural urban environmental education for youth.
Provides meaningful overnight camping experiences for youth who traditionally haven't visited national parks.
Middle school leadership program for youth attending San Francisco public schools.
The program mission of Arts in the Parks is provide programs to connect our visitors with creative experiences in the park that are transformative, unexpected, and inspirational.
“100 Years of Arts in the Parks” celebrates how artists inspired the creation of the national parks and are helping to re-imagine the parks today.
Raptor tracking provides a more complete picture of raptor movements between banding and recovery
When: Saturdays, 9:30 am–12:30 pm; Where: Fort Funston Nursery – Learn to grow and care for native plants from seed, while helping to preserve and restore your national park.