The Presidio is the only national park in the country that runs without taxpayer dollars. Instead, we rely on revenue from our residents, tenants, and visitors. By supporting the Presidio’s businesses, you’re not only helping out a local San Francisco company, you’re also keeping the Presidio beautiful and open to all.
Here’s a list of Presidio businesses now open to the public (see their websites for details):
A Body of Work – Now open. See their website for more information and learn about the safety protocols they’re following.
Arion Press – Gallery doors are open on Fridays and select Saturdays through October 16. Free, timed reservations to visit the
HBC48 exhibition are now available on Eventbrite or by calling (415) 668-2542.
Fort Point National Historic Site – Access to the outdoor areas, including sections of the parade ground, casemates on the 2nd and 3rd tier, and barbette tier, is now available. Fort Point will be open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm. Interior portions of the buildings will be closed, and ranger-led programming will not be offered.
Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center – The Welcome Center provides visitor orientation and information, houses exhibits, and offers cool bridge merchandise. It’s located at the visitor plaza at the south end of the bridge and is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information, phone (415) 426-5220.
Planet Granite – The climbing walls are ready! See their site for details about reservations and membership.
The Lodge at the Presidio and
The Inn at the Presidio – Both pet-friendly Presidio hotels are open for guests. Comprehensive cleaning and physical distancing protocols including contactless check-in are in place, along with rigorous procedures for preparing and serving food.
Presidio Golf Course – The historic Presidio Golf Course is open to golfers with health and safety practices in place. Book a tee time at (415) 561-4661 ext. 1.
Presidio Café at the Golf Course – Order food to-go or for delivery (view the to-go menu) or enjoy their outside patio with views of the fairways.
Presidio Social Club Exchange – PSCX offers specialty foods for the pantry or the makings of an entire meal.
See their menu and
place an order online for pick-up or delivery. They’re also now offering picnic fare which can be ordered at their new outdoor kiosk and enjoyed at Italian bistro tables Fridays through Sundays, 10 am to 4 pm.
Presidio Sports Basement – All departments are safely open, including equipment rentals for bikes, e-bikes, and camping equipment.
Presidio Sports + Medicine – While not offering walk-in appointments, Presidio Sports + Medicine’s physical therapists are offering both in-clinic treatment, and virtual telehealth sessions. See their website for information about COVID safety protocols their office is following, and call 415-561-6655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in scheduling an appointment.
Presidio Community YMCA – Now offering adult tennis classes and outdoor group classes.
Roaring Mouse Cycles (pictured) – San Francisco’s “highest rated bike shop” is a great place to buy a bike or get a quick repair when you’re on your way across the bridge.
Senspa Now accepting reservations. Also, their physical store is open Monday thru Thursday, 11 am to 5 pm. You can also shop online and schedule an in-store pick-up.
Sessions at the Presidio – Sessions is offering dine-in and take-out, including a special BBQ take-out menu, Sessions beers, and selections from Skywalker Vineyards.
SF Crossfit – Now offering outdoor classes in the park.
Starbucks at Letterman Digital Arts Center – You can grab snacks and coffee at Starbucks!
The Walt Disney Family Museum – While The Walt Disney Family Museum galleries are not yet open to the public, the museum gift shop is currently open on select weekends. Shop online at
www.waltdisney.org/store for curbside pick-up or to confirm store opening hours.