We at the Presidio Trust are committed to making Presidio Tunnel Tops a welcoming place for all. This section provides information about how visitors with a range of abilities can experience and enjoy the park site. In our ongoing efforts to meet our commitment, we welcome questions, input, and ideas to improve. Email us at email@example.com.
Getting to the Park / Transportation
Presidio Tunnel Tops is in the Presidio of San Francisco, a national park site at the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge. Presidio Tunnel Tops is located next to Presidio Transit Center and Presidio Visitor Center (use this street address for mapping: 210 Lincoln Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94129). There are several ways to travel to the park.
Muni: City of San Francisco Bus System
The Muni 30 and Muni 43 bus lines provide direct service to Presidio Tunnel Tops. Muni 30 stops on Mason Street at Crissy Field and in the parking lot near Sports Basement at the north end of Presidio Tunnel Tops. At the south end, Muni 43 stops at Presidio Transit Center, which is located next to Presidio Visitor Center near Presidio Tunnel Tops. Muni buses have accessibility features for visitors who need mobility assistance. Find more information about these routes on the Muni website.
Presidio GO Shuttle
The Presidio offers visitors a free shuttle system known as the Presidio GO Shuttle. It’s available to everyone seven days a week. The Presidio GO Shuttle Downtown Route offers direct service to and from Presidio Transit Center, which is located next to Presidio Visitor Center and Presidio Tunnel Tops. The Presidio GO Shuttle stops at the Transbay Terminal, Embarcadero BART, and Van Ness/Union Street. The shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible and have bike racks.
A second “Around the Park” route (known as the South Hills Route), offers shuttle service from Presidio Transit Center to several locations within the Presidio.
See the Presidio GO Shuttle routes and schedules >>
There are several paid parking lots near Presidio Tunnel Tops that include parking spaces for visitors with mobility limitations. Users with a properly displayed disabled person placard are not required to pay for parking.
Presidio Visitor Center (210 Lincoln Boulevard)
This large lot is located south of Presidio Visitor Center at the intersection of Lincoln Boulevard and Anza Street.
Halleck Street Near Presidio Transit Center + Picnic Place
201 Halleck Street: Located at the intersection of Halleck Street and French Court (near Presidio Pop Up mobile food vendors)
220 Halleck Street: Located at the intersection of Halleck Street and French Court (near Picnic Place)
Mason Street Near the Outpost Play Space + Crissy Field Center
610 Mason Street: Located near the Sports Basement building. From this parking lot, cross Mason Street, proceed east for one block, then use the cross walk at the northwest corner of the Outpost to enter Presidio Tunnel Tops.
Crissy Field Center: There is a small lot serving Crissy Field Center on Mason Street just west of Halleck Street.
There are two passenger loading zones that will accommodate people with impaired mobility. The first is located on the east side of Graham Street across from Presidio Transit Center. A second is located on Mason Street east of the Field Station.
Presidio Visitor Center + Bronze Tactile Model
Presidio Visitor Center, located at the south end of Presidio Tunnel Tops, is a great place to begin your park experience. There is an audible guided tour of the Visitor Center for guests with vision disabilities as well as Braille and large print brochures. Exhibits are set at a height that allows full visibility and access to visitors in wheelchairs.
A large 3-D bronze tactile model of the Presidio is available at the Presidio Plaza northeast of the Visitor Center. The tactile model is accessible to visitors in wheelchairs and contains printed and Braille labels.
Most pathways at Presidio Tunnel Tops are flat. There are two wheelchair accessible paths connecting the northern part of the park site near the waterfront to the southern part of the park site near Presidio Visitor Center.
Picnic Areas / Picnic Tables
Presidio Tunnel Tops includes two outdoor picnic areas: Picnic Place and Picnic at Transit. All picnic tables and site furniture in these areas offer companion seating to accommodate those seated in wheelchairs together with general seating.
Picnic Place features both tables and grills and is reservable in advance. Unreserved tables are available to all on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more >>
Picnic at Transit features only tables (no grills) and is available to all on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is table seating along the edge of Golden Gate Meadow that allows for companion seating.
There is a wind-sheltered patio at Presidio Transit Center that offers picnic tables with companion seating.
The Campfire Circle offers companion seating.
Wheelchair accessible, all-gender restrooms are located in two places at Presidio Tunnel Tops: at the south end inside Presidio Transit Center and at the north end near the Outpost play space and Field Station.
Outpost Play Space
The Presidio Tunnel Tops Outpost play space includes nature inspired features designed so children of different abilities can have fun and experience the site. Natural elements such as boulders are designed and placed so children can be immersed in the middle of a play experience. Pathways are wheelchair accessible.
Events + Programs
Park staff are working with community leaders to ensure that events and programs at Presidio Tunnel Tops can be enjoyed by all.
Food + Beverage
Mobile food vendors are available daily at Presidio Tunnel Tops. Learn more >>
Assisted Listening Systems
An Assisted Listening System (ALS) is provided in the Field Station and Crissy Field Center gathering spaces and conference rooms.