Getting There

Crissy Field


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On Public Transit  

PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle

Provides a direct link between the Temporary Transbay Terminal (250 Main Street between Howard + Folsom Streets) and the Presidio

Muni Bus

#28 19th Avenue, #29 Sunset, #30 Stockton, #43 Masonic, and #45 Union-Stockton stop within walking distance

BART

Embarcadero Station; transfer to the PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle or Muni

Caltrain

Fourth and King Station; transfer to PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle or Muni

SamTrans

Transbay Terminal; transfer to PresidiGo Downtown Shuttle or Muni

Golden Gate Transit Bus

Golden Gate Bridge visitor plaza; transfer to PresidiGo Around the Park Shuttle

 

By Car  

From the East Bay

Take Interstate 80 West and exit at Fremont Street. Turn left onto Fremont, right onto Howard Street, and left onto The Embarcadero. Turn left onto Bay Street, just after Pier 31; continue as it turns into Marina Boulevard and enters The Presidio. Turn right at the East Beach/Crissy Field Center sign for parking.

From the North Bay

Take Highway 101 South to the Lombard/Downtown exit. Take the first right into The Presidio and an immediate right onto Gorgas Avenue; continue as it turns into Marshall Street. Turn right on Old Mason Street, then left at the Crissy Field Center sign for parking.

From the South Bay

Take Highway 101 North following signs toward the Golden Gate Bridge. Turn left onto South Van Ness, left onto Lombard Street, right onto Fillmore Street, and left onto Marina Boulevard. Continue onto Old Mason Street, then turn right at the Crissy Field Center sign for parking.

 

Parking

Parking is available in both the West Bluff and East Beach areas. Parking in both areas includes several accessible parking spaces.

In paid parking areas, an hourly or daily parking permit corresponding to the zone number shown on posted regulations must be displayed on the vehicle dashboard. Permits can be purchased from a Pay-and-Display pay station or meter. All pay stations accept credit and debit cards, and many accept coins. Paid parking regulations are typically in effect Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; please pay careful attention to signage.

Cost: $1/hour, capped at $6/day