Park Updates

 

ALERTS

Presidio Officers’ Club Exhibits Re-open

Free and open to all, the Presidio Officers' Club offers exhibitions tracing the Presidio's ​past and present. Exhibits are open Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm​. Masks required inside public buildings per federal guidelines. Learn about the exhibitions >>

Presidio Visitor Center Offering Limited Services

National Park Service Rangers are​ available to answer questions on the front porch on Saturdays and Sundays, 1​0 am to 4​ pm, as conditions allow. The Presidio Visitor Center is located in the ​heart of the park on the Main Post, near the Presidio Temporary Transit Center. It's operated by the National Park Service. Learn more about the Presidio Visitor Center >>

Presidio Pop-Up

This month we’re launching Presidio Pop-Up – a temporary series that could range from local food trucks to special activities and play areas. For September, we’ll feature three Off the Grid food trucks on the Main Parade Lawn every Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm.

Coyote Pupping Season Updates

To reduce the potential for coyote/dog conflict, beginning on Monday, April 5, we proactively closed large sections of the Park Trail and the Bay Area Ridge Trail to dog walking (see map below). This annual closure is temporary; we’ll reopen these trails to dog walking in fall after pupping season ends. All 24 miles of hiking trails in the Presidio are open to people – download our Trail map for all trail options.



Dogs prohibited in these areas map

​Presidio Coronavirus Updates

(updated June 14, 2021)

The Presidio remains open to all for exercise, including the park's trails, open spaces, and playgrounds. Be sure to follow safety requirements to protect everyone's well-being. If you have questions, contact us at presidio@presidiotrust.gov.

Please check the websites of Presidio visitor-serving businesses for information about their operations.

PresidiGo Shuttle is Operating

The PresidiGo Shuttle is operating for essential transportation, including travel to and from work, shopping for supplies, accessing health care, and providing aid to family and friends who need assistance.

We're following industry-standard protocols for the protection of our passengers and drivers; face masks are required on shuttles.

While the shuttle is operating on a reduced schedule, we'll add service as ridership increases. Note, however, that the Around the Park Crissy Field Route has been permanently discontinued. Please send any questions to transportation@presidiotrust.gov.​

View the schedule and safety protocols >>

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Presidio Slow Streets

Presidio Slow Streets map

In order to create more space for ever​yone to walk, run, and bike safely in the park, ​​we’re hosting Presidio Slow Street​​s, a companion to the City’s effort.

Through the Presidio Trust's Emergency Order, ​select streets in the park will be closed so visitors can recreate while maintaining the required safe physical distance of six feet.

Presidio Slow Streets include two types of road closures:

  • Ro​ad Closure Recreation Zone (Red) – Vehicles are not permitted.
  • Slow Street Zone (Yellow) – Vehicle access is limited to residents, tenants, deliveries, and emergency vehicles.

Learn more >>

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