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1494 acre Park managed by: National Park Service

An army post for most of its history, this park encompasses forests, beaches, a national cemetery, and diverse architecture, with many layers of cultural history as well as a rich diversity of flora and fauna.

Visit the shoreline and restored wetlands of Crissy Field, learn about the Presidio’s Spanish and Mexican history, or get up close and personal with the Golden Gate Bridge. The park’s trail network offers many different experiences–from the sandy bayshore to the rugged coastal bluffs to enchanting forests and creeks. Some paths, such as the California Coastal Trail, the Bay Area Ridge Trail, and the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, are regional trails connecting to open spaces throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

For more information, visit the Presidio Trust’s Trails and Scenic Overlooks page or the National Park Service page for the Presidio.

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Ridge Trail at SF's Presidio

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If you find yourself in San Francisco and restless at the end of the day, consider the Presidio's portion of the Bay Area Ridge Trail, the planned 550-mile trail through the hills around the Bay. To hike the Presidio's trail segment, head into the historic forest from Arguello Blvd., amid Monterey cypress and pines and […]

 
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