On May 14, 1891 at 12:55 pm, 118 cavalrymen left the Presidio of San Francisco for the first time on a unique assignment – protecting the recently established Yosemite, Sequoia, and General Grant National Parks in California.
Adventure Guides are youth leaders based at the Field Station and
Outpost at Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Artist and Presidio Activator Favianna Rodriguez created a
beautiful, colorful piece of art at the Presidio Tunnel Tops
While everyone can play at Presidio Tunnel Tops, we expect to
welcome more than 60,000 Bay Area kids each year.
The Presidio Trust’s Department of Public Safety has some safety
guidelines to follow if you encounter downed power lines in the
The Presidio is at the heart of the most visited national park in
the county, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA).
The Presidio’s resident Red-tailed Hawk pair have been hard at
work preparing their nest 100 feet up in one of the Presidio’s
blue gum eucalyptus trees for their expanding family.
Both the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and Letterman General Hospital in
the Presidio of San Francisco have their origins in the
Do you know how your kids will spend their summer break this year?
While camps fill up fast, if you’re still making plans, not to
fret. We have a list of Summer Camps in the Presidio for you to
Looking for a holiday recipe that’s sure to delight the sweets
lovers in your life? Presidio Social Club Exchange offers a quick
and easy recipe.
Each year on the first Friday of December, we string colorful
lights on a beautiful tree in the Presidio and gather as the tree
is lit for the season.
If you’re looking for ways to show your love for the Presidio, we
have three ways you can give back to the park and help keep it a
beautiful place for all to enjoy.
Starting in 1776, the Presidio of San Francisco served as a
military outpost under three different flags – Spain, Mexico, and
the United States.
The free My Park Moment photo show celebrates people loving their
favorite parks, and out of 7,000 submissions received 400 shots
were chosen to be a part of the exhibition.
El Presidio de San Francisco was first established in 1776 as a
fort at the northernmost outpost of colonial New Spain.
The My Park Moment photo show features 400 images of people
enjoying their favorite parks.
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