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Fort Baker is a scenic army post in the Marin Headlands that helped defend the San Francisco area for over a century. Constructed in the early 1900s, the 24 buildings around the 10-acre parade ground enjoy an extraordinary setting. Symmetrical Colonial Revival-style buildings feature classical elements like columns and wraparound porches. Today, these beautifully renovated officers’ quarters provide guest accommodations of understated luxury. Active through World War II, Fort Baker transferred officially in 2002 from post to park. In 2008, Cavallo Point opened to guests-the result of a unique private/public/nonprofit alliance to restore, enhance, and preserve Fort Baker as a national park for generations to come. Nature, Nurture, Culture, Adventure.

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Experience Fort Baker, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Fort Point National Historic Site minutes away from the hotel. Discover Alcatraz Island.

Discover

Discover the Colonial Revival-style architecture of Cavallo Point, which is set on 45 acres of national park land at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Explore

Explore the military history of the Battery Spencer overlook and enjoy panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Experience

Experience a variety of activities for the entire family at Golden Gate Park, one of the largest man-made parks in the world and a popular tourist destination.

Taste

Taste refined Northern California cuisine at Murray Circle, the signature restaurant of Cavallo Point, and enjoy your meal in the elegant dining room or out on the historic porch.

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