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The Presidio is your national park – an oasis of serenity and natural beauty right in San Francisco’s backyard. And it’s free! Most of the money needed to run the Presidio comes from rents from people and organizations who live and work in the park. That means with every dollar you spend at a Presidio business you are helping to support and sustain this unique park.

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Who’s Here?

The park is home to 200 organizations, including dozens who welcome and serve visitors, such as restaurants, hotels, museums, gyms, and even a golf course. Highlights are below. See everyone who’s here in the Tenant Directory.

Note: Our tenants’ hours and operations may be changed during the pandemic. Please visit their websites before you visit.


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Meatball sliders at presidio golf course cafe

When Presidio Tunnel Tops opens this fall, new and delicious food will be available onsite – stay tuned for details. The park is also home to many other restaurants, including:



The park offers two national park hotels that are ideal starting points for exploring the park’s nature and history. Visit the Presidio Lodging website.



Located next to Presidio Tunnel Tops at Crissy Field, Sports Basement is the place for outdoor enthusiasts, including those who want to rent a bike. The park is also home to Roaring Mouse Cycles. Shared electric bikes are also available from Bay Wheels.

Entertainment and Museums


Two museums – The Walt Disney Family Museum and the Society of California Pioneers Museum – are located down the street from the Presidio Visitor Center, not far from Presidio Tunnel Tops. The 600-seat Presidio Theatre, a home for affordable live theatre, film, dance, music, lectures, educational programming, and special events, is also nearby on the Main Post. And Arion Press, which creates beautiful handmade books and offers public tours, is also in the Presidio.

Health, Wellness, and Recreation


The Presidio YMCA is just across the street from Presidio Tunnel Tops, and Presidio Bowling Center is nearby on the Main Post. House of Air, located in a former airplane hanger at Crissy Field, is an indoor trampoline park. Down the street is La Petit Baleen  swimming school, Planet Granite  rock climbing gym, and Batters’ Box SF batting cages. Yoga studios including A Body of Work and Baptiste Yoga are on the Main Post. SenSpa  is the place for massage, acupuncture, and more. And the award-winning Presidio Golf Course offers amazing views on its 18-hole course.



The Presidio is also home to beautiful historic venues available for weddings, celebrations, and meetings.

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