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  • Two women run on a trail with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background
  • A tree trunk covered in dried clay hangs from a building’s ceiling
  • Crissy Field Marsh with blue water and a reflection of clouds with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background
  • Twelve individuals smile while participating in volunteer work pulling iceplant from a hillside
  • A man stands on the deck of the Inn at the Presidio painting on an easel with a glass of wine sitting on a table nearby
  • Families on the Main Parade Ground flying kites and resting on the green grass
  • The backs of three men carrying golf clubs on the Presidio Golf Course
  • Bride in white dress and bridesmaids in pink dresses walk towards Chapel of our Lady
  • Brown hummingbird hovers over purple wildflowers


Batteries to Bluffs Trail from north to Marshall's Beach is closed until further notice due to poor trail conditions >
A 7th grade science class recently used the Presidio as their outdoor classroom, setting up shop at the top of the Tennessee Hollow Watershed looking north into El Polin Spring. We asked the students how it was taking their science test in a national park and they responded: “The answers are all outside here!”

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The Presidio Trust is a distinctive federal agency created to save an historic American place and transform it to fulfill a new national purpose.
The Presidio’s transformation into a national park site is one of the most interesting and remarkable base realignments in the country – one that is bringing together funding and expertise from government, the private and non-profit sectors, and the philanthropic community.
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