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 – Open for limited indoor private sessions, outdoor classes, and online classes. See their website for more information and learn about the safety protocols they’re following.
Arion Press – Arion Press creates beautiful handmade books. Tours are currently on hold, but you can
shop their online store for current titles.
Baptiste Power Yoga San Francisco – Open for in person yoga and online classes. See their latest
Fort Point Brewery – Order beer directly from the Fort Point Brewery in the Presidio via
Fort Point Direct and they’ll ship it to anywhere in California!
Fort Point National Historic Site – Opens March 12.
Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center – The Welcome Center provides visitor orientation and information, houses exhibits, and offers cool park gifts and 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 daily. For more information, phone (415) 426-5220.
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy – The Parks Conservancy’s
online store features a wonderful collection of innovative park- and nature-focused goods, including many items that can typically be found at the Presidio Visitor Center (pictured).
The Inn at the Presidio - The Inn is open for leisure travel. Comprehensive cleaning and physical distancing protocols, including contactless check-in are in place, along with rigorous procedures for preparing and serving food.
The Lodge at the Presidio – The Lodge is open for leisure travel. Comprehensive cleaning and physical distancing protocols, including contactless check-in are in place, along with rigorous procedures for preparing and serving food.
La Petit Baleen San Francisco – La Petite Baleen San Francisco is now open. Learn more on their website.
Planet Granite – Climbing is open to members and punch pass holders only. Yoga and fitness classes remain online.
Presidio Bowling Center – Re-opens April 1. Check their website to make a reservation.
Presidio Café at the Golf Course – Order food to-go or for delivery (view the to-go menu) or enjoy your meal inside or on the outside patio with views of the fairways. You can now order online
here, as well!
Presidio Community YMCA – Open for outdoor and indoor wellness.
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 Social Club Exchange (PSCX) – Presidio Social Club Exchange (PSCX) officially springs back to life Saturday, April 10 – now with a beautiful extended patio! The virtual Presidio Social Club Exchange Shop remains open with a brick and mortar Exchange shop set to open within the main restaurant in May. See their website for hours and more details.
Presidio Sports Basement – All departments are safely open without restrictions.
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
email@example.com if you’re interested in scheduling an appointment.
Presidio Theatre – Currently closed, but shop online for gift cards and give the gift of a wonderful performance later in the year.
Roaring Mouse Cycles (pictured) – San Francisco’s “highest rated bike shop” is open – it's a great place to buy a bike or get a quick repair when you’re on your way across the bridge.
Senspa – Open daily for massage and facials 11 am to 6 pm. Presidio partner discount available: 15% Monday thru Thursday for employees of businesses in the park and residents (mention “Presidio Partner” at check out and present proof of residency id card or business card).
Sessions at the Presidio – Indoor and outdoor dining and take out are open.
Starbucks at Letterman Digital Arts Center – You can grab snacks and coffee at Starbucks to go! Open daily 6 am to 5 pm.
The Walt Disney Family Museum – You can now purchase tickets in advance for the special exhibition,
The Walt Disney Studios and World War II; the exhibition and their Museum Store are open. The Main Museum, which tells the story of the life of Walt Disney, is expected to re-open in April.
The Warming Hut – Open and serving hot and cold beverages. The inside is newly-refreshed with new park and interpretive information. Safety protocols are in place and no indoor seating is available at this time.