Crissy Field begun its transformation to one of San Fancisco’s most beloved open spaces in 1990. This former military airfield was restored to its former glory and is now a great place for a bike ride with perfect views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. While you ride through Crissy Field, you’ll find plenty of space, beaches, gorgeous vistas, picnic tables, and tidal marsh habitat
Did you know Fort Point was originally built to defend the San Francisco Bay during the Gold Rush? Its last active conflict was defending the city during World War II.
Golden Gate Bridge
At almost 9,000 feet long and 746 feet high, the Golden Gate Bridge is perhaps San Francisco’s most iconic landmark. If the US Navy had their way, the Golden Gate Bridge would have looked completely different, as they recommended the bridge painted with black and yellow stripes to ensure visibility.
Located on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito is full of gorgeous views, a thriving art scene, and multitudes of award winning restaurants. Founded in 1822, Sausalito’s name was derived from Spanish for “little willow grove”, or sauzalito.
Built as a defensive point for the Union Army during the Civil War, Fort Mason was an important military facility for over 100 years. Now this landmark houses a hostel, numerous restaurants, theaters, art centers, and more.
Most likely named for the large population of leopard sharks found just offshore, this small hamlet is famous for its mansions, luxury boutiques, and quiet vibe.