Crissy Field is a public recreation area on the northern shore of the San Francisco Peninsula in California, United States, located just east of the Golden Gate Bridge. It includes restored tidal marsh and beaches. Crissy Field is a former United States Army airfield which is now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Historically part of the Presidio of San Francisco, Crissy Field closed as an airfield after 1974. Under Army control, the site was affected by dumping of hazardous materials. The National Park Service took control of the area in 1994 and, together with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, worked to restore the site until 2001, when the Crissy Field Center was opened to the public. While most buildings have been preserved as they were in the 1920s, some have been transformed into offices, retail space, and residences.
|Presidio of San Francisco (0.5 miles)|
Golden Gate Overlook (0.6 miles)
Golden Gate Bridge (1.3 miles)
"Full House" TV Show Set (1.7 miles)
Battery Spencer (1.9 miles)
|Grateful Dead House (2.6 miles)|
Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco (2.7 miles)
Twin Peaks (3.6 miles)
Bernal Heights Park (5 miles)
Muir Beach Overlook (7.7 miles)
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Crissy Field, 1199 E Beach
San Francisco, California 94129
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