What’s Closed in SF for the Government Shutdown

By 965koit on January 22, 2018

This list is accurate as of January 21, 2018 – but because of the shutdown nps.gov may not be updated to reflect current conditions.

Marin County

  • Muir Woods National Monument
  • Marin Headlands Visitor Center and Restrooms
  • Muir Beach Parking Lot and Restrooms
  • Rodeo Beach Restrooms
  • Point Bonita Lighthouse
  • Nike Missile Site
  • Battery Townsley
  • Upper Conzelman Road
  • Kirby Cove, Haypress, Hawk Campgrounds
  • Bicenntenial Campground
  • Stinson Beach

San Francisco County

  • San Francisco Maritime – The Aquatic Park lawns, bleachers, promenade, beach, and cove are open, however, there are no NPS-provided services. Hyde Street Pier, the visitor center, the maritime museum, Aquatic Park (Muni) Pier, and the Maritime Research Center are closed.
  • Battery Chamberlin
  • Fort Point National Historic Site
  • Battery East Parking Lot
  • Navy Memorial Parking Lot (Lands End)
  • Merrie Way Parkling Lot (Lands End)
  • China Beach
  • Fort Mason Headquarters Information Center
  • Fort Mason Great Meadow Restrooms
  • Ocean Beach Sloat Blvd Parking Lot and Restrooms
  • The Presidio (Mostly Open)- Much of the Presidio is unaffected. The Presidio Visitor Center and the shuttle will continue to operate; however, there may be some impact to the coastal areas managed by the National Parks Service. Visit Facebook for updates.
  • Rob Hill Campground
  • Fort Funston Parking Lot
  • Alcatraz – Alcatraz Island tours will be open during the government shutdown for Day Tours only. There are no ranger-led tours and they will not be operating our Behind the Scenes or Evening Tours.

San Mateo County

  • Mori Point Restrooms

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