Baker Beach & Chamberlin Bunker In San Francisco

Baker beach is another reason San Francisco is an amazing place to live. The sand is super soft and the view of the bridge is fantastic! From the beach site: The mile-long Baker Beach lies at the foot of rugged serpentine cliffs west of the Golden Gate. Large waves, undertow and rip currents make the beach unsafe for swimming, but it provides panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, and Lands End. You can fish or check out the shoreline along the beach and rocky shoreline. Restrooms and picnic tables are nearby. Tips and Highlights Hikers can pick up the Coastal Trail on the cliffside. On sunny weekends, be prepared for crowds and parking congestion. A picnic area with tables, grills, and restroom facilities is tucked in the cypress grove at the east end of the parking lot. Look for the display of historical photographs inside the Battery Chamberlin magazine on the 1st weekend of each month.

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