China Beach Rehabilitation

Nestled between Lands End and Baker Beach in San Francisco, this tiny inlet features open sandy spaces for sunbathing, picnic areas, tide pools, breathtaking views of the Marin Headlands and Golden Gate Bridge, and the ruins of a historic bathhouse. Said to be named for the Chinese fisherman who used to anchor their vessels there, China Beach currently suffers from a dilapidated infrastructure that restricts public access to the site.

In part with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and National Parks Service, Sherwood Design Engineers is engaged in the rehabilitation of the site including restoration of the retaining walls, main road, bathhouse facility, restrooms and additional visitor amenities.

Site Map | Image SWA Group
Renderings of the Visitor Center | Image SWA Group
Rendering of Picnic Area | Image SWA Group
LocationSan Francisco, CA
ClientGolden Gate National Parks Conservancy and National Parks Service
Size6.2 Acres
StatusDesign Phase

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