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Crissy field.

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Crissy field.

How to get to Crissy field by puplic transportion? Looks like the area could be a good spot for Golden Gate Bridge photos, at sun set. I will be starting out from Fishermans Wharf area. Also is there puplic access to Fort Point Wharf? This will be in about two weeks. 5-6-7-8 June 06 Thanks in advance !!

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You can take the #30 Stockton to to the point where it turns around at Broderick and Jefferson, and then cross over to Marina Blvd and follow the water's edge.

If you're ambitious, from the FW area, you can go over to Aquatic Park (opposite Ghirardelli Square) and follow the waterfront from there, behind Fort Mason, along the Marina Green and then over to the Crissy Field, all along the water.

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It's not that easy to get to Crissy Field by bus. The Presidio is somewhat confusing to describe if you haven't been there. One option is to take the 30 bus to Chestnut/Laguna. Transfer to the 28. Get off at the toll plaza. Take the FREE Presidio shuttle to Crissy Field (or walk down the trail).

http://198.94.156.9/cgi-bin/redirect?http://www.presidiotrust.gov/shuttle/

Fort Point is accessible from Crissy Field (1/4 mile west of the Warming Hut). It is open 10-5, Fri-Sun. You can see it from the outside anytime, although they may restrict access at night, now, due to 9/11. If you pick up the free shuttle, it can take you to the eastern edge of the Presidio, where you can pick up a bus after a short walk. Problem is, they stop running around 8, which will be before sunset.

From the toll plaza, you could also pick up the 29, which goes through the Presidio and ends it's route at the eastern edge of the Presidio.

Be aware that there is very little lighting after dark in this area, safe but hard to find your way around.

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You could also rent a bike in FW and head over...about a 15-20 minute ride.

Another great spot for pictures is at the west end of FW near aquatic park. At the very end of Van Ness, it becomes a small road which dead-ends into a concrete pier. From the end of the pier, there are great views of the bridge and alcatraz.

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www.crissyfield.org/center/directions.html

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