Fort Point Station House

Open to the public

Currently used as a(n) Marine Research Facility

The Fort Point Station House was built in 1890

This Fort Point Station House was designed by Albert B. Bibb


This station building's condition is Excellent


This station building has been Unaltered


This station building is not endangered or threatened

Station closed in 1990 and was replaced by Station Golden Gate. Station house survives and is part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Station house and boathouse were originally constructed 700 feet east of their current location. They were moved in January 1915 so their original site could be used for the Panama Pacific International Exposition.


Open to the public  - Check with site for hours of operation

991 Marine Drive
San Francisco CA 94129

(415) 561-6625

Owner Information

National Park Service, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Fort Mason, Building 201

San Francisco, CA 94123

(415) 561-4700

If you have questions, please contact:

Frank Dean
General Superintendent