This guide is to the Presidio National Park in San Francisco will help you spend a day there exploring its natural resources, history, and quirky spots. Check out all the amazing things to do in the Presidio. What is the Presidio of San Francisco (sometimes called San Francisco Presidio National Park)? The Presidio served as a military garrison for over 150 starting with the Spanish colonization in 1776. For the first 50 years, it was a forbidding, wind-swept outpost where soldiers huddled in huts “guarding” the harbor. As the Spanish colonization of California grew, so did the Presidio. Over time, the fort became a strategic asset, ultimately becoming America’s most important…
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