Learn about how Presidio Tunnel Tops was designed to welcome visitors with a range of abilities.
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There are several paid parking lots near Presidio Tunnel Tops that include parking spaces for visitors with mobility limitations. Users with a properly displayed disabled person placard are not required to pay for parking.
There are two passenger loading zones that will accommodate people with impaired mobility. The first is on the east side of Graham Street across from Presidio Transit Center. A second zone is on Mason Street east of the Field Station.
Most pathways at Presidio Tunnel Tops are flat. There are two wheelchair accessible paths connecting the northern part of the park site near the waterfront at Crissy Field to the southern part of the park site near Presidio Visitor Center.
Presidio Tunnel Tops features tables with companion seating.
Picnic Place has companion seating to accommodate those seated in wheelchairs together with general seating. This picnic area features tables and grills and is reservable in advance at recreation.gov. Unreserved tables are available to all on a first-come, first-served basis.
Picnic at Transit offers outdoor picnic tables with companion seating. It features only tables (no grills) and is available to all on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is a wind-sheltered patio at Presidio Transit Center that that offers picnic tables with companion seating as well as other seating.
There is table seating along the edge of Golden Gate Meadow that allows for companion seating.
The Campfire Circle offers companion seating.
All-gender wheelchair accessible restrooms are located:
The Presidio Tunnel Tops Outpost playground includes nature inspired features designed so children of different abilities can have fun and experience the site.
Natural elements such as boulders are designed and placed so children can be immersed in the middle of a play experience. Pathways are wheelchair accessible.
An Assisted Listening System (ALS) is provided in the Field Station.