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Find Your Park Selfie Scavenger Hunt
Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Trails, sand dunes, wooden posts, and down south.

Off the beaten path is definitely a way to describe how you
would find this view - and it’s only few minutes away walking to
Fisherman’s Wharf!

Before this site was classified as a part of the National Park System,
the most recreation “locals” got was in this space.

This site is one of the best spots to go surfing in the Bay Area. Can
you hang ten with Ranger Benny?

BE AWARE AND CAUTIOUS OF CLIFFS, but make sure to
enjoy this view!

These large bumps, known as burls, are a way for redwood trees to
reproduce and create new trees. Now it’s your turn to reproduce this
pic with burls and a selfie.

A lagoon, a beach, an old military fort, AND a National Park Site in
the same location? What are the chances. There are so many ways
and places where you can find your park.

This easily identifiable location is open Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday afternoons from 12:30–3:30 pm - so plan accordingly!

In 1969, the structure in the background gained a new meaning
for this predestined national park site when 89 American Indians
occupied the space for the course of 19 months.

This easily identifiable location is open Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday afternoons from 12:30–3:30 pm - so plan accordingly!

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Elmo is a permanent patient at this unique hospital, the largest of
its kind. Find your park selfie with him and post a picture with the
#FindYourParkSelfie tag.
You’ll get this view if you stand at the northern end of the longest
beach in San Francisco.

The beach below is a 15-minute or less walk from this view to this
beach and lagoon favored by locals of Marin.

Though much of GGNRA is held within the northern part of San
Francisco and the Marin Headlands, a few sites boast some extracurricular aerial activities.

Though the hike isn’t strenuous, the views on all sides are as if
you worked really hard to get there! San Francisco, Marin, and
fantastic ocean views can all be seen from here!

BE AWARE AND CAUTIOUS OF CLIFFS, but make sure to enjoy this view!

Hiking this trail involves over 280 steps to reach the Ocean down
through bluffs of California’s State Rock, Serpentinite.

Blue skies in the Bay Area? Must not be in San Francisco. Coming out
of the Marin Headlands, this is a go-to spot that not many visit.

In 1969, the structure in the background gained a new meaning
for this predestined national park site when 89 American Indians
occupied the space for the course of 19 months.

A great view of this famous bridge that doesn’t attract many on
a day like this, but when the sun comes up, runners, bikers, and
everything in between populate this old airfield.

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When people think about San Francisco, their thoughts might
typically go to the Golden Gate Bridge or Fisherman’s Wharf, but
there are piers in other parts of the city as well - that just happen
to be managed by the National Park Service.

The San Francisco peninsula was once covered with sand dunes. Today
the peninsula’s largest remaining dune field can be found here.

A lagoon, a beach, an old military fort, AND a National Park Site in
the same location? What are the chances. There are so many ways

This snake in the woods is a sculpture made from forest trees
planted in the 1800s.

and places where you can find your park.

Named after one of the world’s most revered naturalist, he
described the site as “the best tree-lovers monument that could

This place is full of history. It’s also full of historical landmarks that are
preserved by the park service. Do you know where these bunkers live?

possibly be found in all the forests of the world.”

So many waterfronts - so little time! Have you seen these? They live
behind where the annual Friends of the Library booksale is held!

You might have to crouch over to get the same backdrop that
Benny is in front of here - be sure not to crowd the pathway to the
lighthouse for long!

With 200 foot high bluffs on the most western edge of San Francisco,
this is one of the premier hang-gliding spots in the country.

In January of this year, this moveable median barrier was added to
the center of the bridge.

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This cell house has 600 doors, each weighing in at 250 pounds
each. Multiple doors can be opened and closed at the same time.

This row of barracks could house over 1000 Infantry soldiers and formed
the new heart of the Presidio during the Spanish American War.

You can hike under the Golden Gate Bridge from this location where
soldiers protected San Francisco in gun batteries built in the 1890s.

One fish, two fish, red bridge, and catching some blue fish - do
you know where this fishing/crabbing spot is?

I love to sink my feet in the dirt while I enjoy a great view of Rodeo
Beach. Circle near Point Bonita YMCA. Find your park selfie here

and post a picture with the #FindYourParkSelfie tag.

This Lone Sailor Memorial is the only one of twelve in the country that
is located in the Bay Area and is north of the Golden Gate. As you can
see, he’s much taller than Ranger Benny.

Two bridges in one shot! This spot lies on the San Francisco side of
the Golden Gate.

Though it may appear to be a chapel from the outside, on the
inside, this building holds much more history and information

Each year, thisLighthouse guides hundreds of ships through the
treacherous Golden Gate Straights. Ranger Benny loves welcoming
new visitors.

about the surrounding land then you might think possible.
Though it may appear to be a chapel from the outside, on the
inside, this building holds much more history and information
about the surrounding land then you might think possible.

This easily identifiable location is open Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday afternoons from 12:30–3:30 pm - so plan accordingly!

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