About Our Portal_Site
The SF_Portal is located in Crissy Field. The Parks Conservancy’s signature project, Crissy Field was transformed starting in 2001 from a former military airfield into a vibrant environmental showcase through the generosity of the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund and Colleen and Robert Haas, as well as thousands of community volunteers and donors. Today, the restored Crissy Field is a stunning place to walk or bike on a flat, hard-packed promenade with iconic views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. A beautiful, and much-loved trail winds through Crissy Field between Marina Green and Fort Point.
Finding the SF_Portal
You can find the Portal at Crissy Field East Beach. Enter the Crissy Field East Beach parking lot from Old Mason Street. The Portal will be on your right, in front of the Crissy Field Center. Here are some detailed driving directions. And here is an exact pin of where the Portal is located. If you have any trouble, please contact us.
The mission of the Parks Conservancy is to preserve the Golden Gate National Parks, enhance the park visitor experience, and build a community dedicated to conserving the parks for the future.
They are a community-supported nonprofit organization transforming places—and people—through conservation and improvement of these remarkable national parks. Learn more at their website.
Locally owned and located in San Francisco, Luminalt designs and installs Bay Area Solar electric and Solar Marin hot water systems in the Solar PV San Francisco Bay Area. Founded in 2004, Luminalt’s focused and sustained commitment to the highest standard of quality and customer-satisfaction have made us the leading Bay Area Solar Installer, installing more solar in San Francisco than any other Bay Area Solar Company. Luminalt solar panels power our San Francisco Portal!
San Francisco Portal Curator
Anne-Marie Litak lives and breathes in San Francisco. She laughs often, asks questions, and talks with strangers. Having studied Critical Theory, Creative Writing, and American Studies at UC Davis, she now applies her curiosity through the creation of site-specific art installations, guerilla theater performances, "identity correction" hijinks, and other culture-jamming work. She has happily worked with the SF Institute of Possibility, the San Francisco Mime Troupe, and Ai Weiwei's @Large exhibit on Alcatraz.