It’s been a minute since I’ve had the opportunity to create some new content as I’ve been working tirelessly on my new site!
I’ve done a lot of exploring around the area the past couple of weeks and I’m so excited to bring you guys some new Discovering NorCal posts!
This post is going to be all about the Golden Gate Bridge area of San Francisco.
If you haven’t been to San Francisco, I highly suggest putting it on your travel bucket-list. The city has so much to offer and is stunningly located right on the Bay of the Pacific Ocean.
One of my favorite areas of San Francisco is Presidio Park, with views for days of that iconic red bridge.
Looking in the opposite direction of the bridge is a picturesque panorama of the Bay, Marin Headlands and the Pacific coast.
Located in the same area, on the coastal bluffs of Presidio, are the Fort Scott Batteries. These artillery weapon platforms and ammunition storage holdings date back to the early 1900s.
Taking a short walk down the California Coastal Trail, the views of the Golden Gate Bridge continue on.
Walking under the Golden Gate Bridge, at the northeast side of Presidio park, are more convenient spots to gaze up at the wondrous view.
On this side of the bridge is the Torpedo Wharf, a fishing pier extended out into the Bay with amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge to the west and Alcatraz Island and San Francisco the east.
Have you ever been to San Francisco? What’s your favorite area of the city? Let me know in the comments!