Marina Green in San Francisco's Marina District is located between Fort Mason and the Presidio
The Marina Green in San Francisco, California, is a 74-acre expanse of grass between Fort Mason and the Presidio. It is adjacent to San Francisco Bay, and this location provides good views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, Alcatraz Island, and parts of Marin County. With wide pathways used by cyclists and runners alike, this park is the ideal place for those who love to be outside in the city. Marina Green is home to many events including Escape From Alcatraz and Fleet Week. Marina Green also has several “par course” workout stations along its perimeter.
Marina Green Park is lined on one side by magnificent houses built in the 1920s and 1930s. The bay side of the park features marinas which are home to both the St. Francis Yacht Club and the Golden Gate Yacht Club. The green is a bustling area on the weekends where many events, including races, are held.
The Marina Green Includes:
The San Francisco Marina is a destination sought by thousands of boaters from all over the world. The oldest recreational marina operating in San Francisco, and perhaps the Greater Bay Area, the harbor has had vessels berthed in its original basin, now known as the West Harbor, since before the 1906 earthquake. The original marina was expanded in the mid-1960s and is now approximately 35 acres. The entire facility has 727 berths, including 15 end ties for guest berthing vessels up to 50 feet LOA, free pump out stations and a commercial fuel dock.