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A man and a woman walk on a trail at Crissy Field. Photo by Myleen Hollero.

Recreation & Wellness in the Presidio

From hiking to camping, the Presidio is the place to recreate, relax, and restore.

Come play at the Presidio where you can unplug and lean into health and wellness.

If you want to recreate, relax, and restore, the Presidio has loads of opportunities – both indoors and out.

The best hikes in San Francisco – and the best bike rides – can be found on the Presidio’s miles of trails. And now there’s even more space with Presidio Slow Streets.

The Presidio is also an amazing place to play – whether your idea of fun is golf, tennis, swimming, rock climbing, or bowling. And for the kids, one of the best San Francisco playgrounds is at the Outpost at Presidio Tunnel Tops.

When you’re ready to relax, stop for lunch at a picnic area or take in the view from a scenic overlook. For a deeper sense of restoration, drop into a spa, yoga studio, gym, or fitness center to continue your self-care journey.

No matter what you choose, the road – or trail – to health and wellness begins in the Presidio.

Presidio Recreation and Wellness

Visitors ride on a surrey at Crissy Field. Photo by Myleen Hollero.
Bike trails near Crissy Field. Photo by Myleen Hollero.
Two women practicing yoga. Photo courtesy of Movement.
Yoga available in park by Movement.
People playing Pickleball at Presidio Wall Playground. Photo by Paul Myer.
Tennis available at Presidio Wall Playground. Photo by Paul Myer.
A man and boy bowling.
Bowling at Presidio Bowl.

Park Itineraries

Need help planning your day at the Presidio? We’ve put together some itinerary ideas for things to see and do in the park. Whether you’re planning to spend a few hours or an entire day, there’s something for everyone at the Presidio. 

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Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center