Infrared devices that work like TV remote controls will soon help the Marin County Open Space District keep a digital count of visitors on 10 roads and trails.
Camping at Bicentennial campground in the Marin Headlands, which was free, will now cost $20.
All vehicles and shuttle passengers will be subject to the reservation system, but not visitors on foot or on bicycle.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area's three best-trained lifeguards are traveling to Houston.
In the face of intense public pressure, National Park Service officials Wednesday said they are reviewing a permit application for a right-wing rally planned for later this month.
San Francisco city officials are sending a clear message to an alt-right organization that they are not welcomed.
Improved parking and pedestrian and visitor access at Muir Woods National Monument took a step closer this week.
The Marin Mammal Center is looking for volunteers to help one day a week during the current elephant and Pacific harbor pupping season.
Alexander Avenue, which connects Sausalito and U.S. Highway 101 to the Golden Gate Bridge, will be closed to vehicle traffic through March 4.
A mudslide Monday night closed Alexander Avenue which connects Sausalito and U.S. Highway 101 to the Golden Gate Bridge.
New 800-pound concrete fire pits will be placed on a quarter-mile stretch of Ocean Beach starting Mar. 1.
Dog owners fighting proposed rules for the GGNRA released documents they say show the National Park Service has engaged in biased decision making.
The Golden Gate National Recreation Area has a new acting general superintendent.
A Coast Guard crew rescued two kayakers from the water near Rodeo Beach on Sunday afternoon.
The Baker-Barry Tunnel, a primary route to the Marin Headlands, is closing for an extended preservation project starting Jan. 2.
The public comment period for a proposal to require permits for fires at Ocean Beach has been extended to early December.
A man who died Sunday afternoon while hang gliding at San Francisco's Fort Funston has been identified.