We are thrilled that Lisa Louis of hikingautism.com will lead a great walk at Crissy Field in San Francisco! Part of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, Crissy Field is a stunning place to walk on a flat, fairly smooth path with iconic views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll find beaches, picnic tables, tidal marsh overlooks, and renowned windsurfing. It's a favorite for Lisa and her family, including her son Sean who is on the autism spectrum.
Saturday 6/9/18, 10am to 12 Noon
Gentle hike along Crissy Field with individuals and families. Mostly flat. There is a fairly smooth path available for this walk, with the option of walking along the beach for those who like to get their feet in the sand.
LENGTH OF HIKE/WALK
The walk is not really long but we will go slow and go for a maximum of 2 hours. If your family chooses to leave early, it would be easy for you to get back to the parking lot on your own.
Parking at Crissy Field is usually easy. We are meeting at the Crissy Field East Beach Parking Lot , and there should be parking in that lot. Entrance is on Mason Street, running along the bay between Golden Gate Bridge and Fort Mason. Note the entrance has one way streets for entry and exit.
Meet at the Crissy Field East Beach Parking Lot (see "Parking" above). We will gather near the gray, concrete building (Crissy Beach Changing Rooms) to the left when facing the bay from the road that enters the East Beach parking lot.
How to find us: Meet Lisa (short brunette), Hitoshi and son Sean, sure to be wearing a baseball cap of some sort.