Can you uber from San Francisco to Muir Woods?
Technically, you can still take Uber to Muir Woods – although this may change in the future. The only problem is getting back. There is no cell signal or wifi in the woods, and thus ordering a car via your phone to return to San Francisco isn’t possible. There IS a pay phone at the woods (those still exist?!)
Is Muir Woods worth visiting?
A visit to Muir Woods is well worth the time, especially if you are not otherwise going to have a chance to see redwood trees. The site is reasonably easy to visit (we took a tour). It was busy during the afternoon, but we didn’t expect anything else.
How do I get to Muir Woods without a reservation?
There’s one way you can go to Muir Woods without a reservation, and that’s to go by bike! This way, you don’t have to make your reservation three months in advance. You can just hop on your bike and go!
How do you get to Muir Woods from San Francisco without a car?
Unfortunately, there aren’t many reliable options for public Muir Woods transportation from the city. You can take the bus from San Francisco to Sausalito, and the Muir Woods shuttle from Sausalito to the park. But keep in mind that it takes at least an hour on public transit to get between the park and the city!
How long do you need at Muir Woods?
How long should you spend in Muir Woods? If you plan to explore the main area, I recommend setting aside a couple of hours for your visit. If you plan to hike one of the longer trails, you could spend up to 3 to 5 hours hiking around.
What should I not miss in San Francisco?
- View of Golden Gate Bridge from Baker Beach.
- Visit the Musee Mecanique.
- Eat at Spark Social Food Trucks.
- Have Tea at the Japanese Tea Garden.
- Soak Up the sun at Dolores Park.
- See the Mission Murals.
- Visit Haight Ashbury.
- Eat Italian at North Beach.
What is the best time to visit Muir Woods?
Due to its proximity to a large urban area, Muir Woods National Monument sees the highest visitation from May until about October. If your trip falls on one of the peak visitation months, try to avoid weekends and also arrive by 8 a.m. when it opens.
What is the entrance fee to Muir Woods?
The entrance fee is $15.00 for people 16 years and older. A parking reservation is $8.50 per vehicle OR a spot on the shuttle is $3.25 per person. Is Muir Woods accessible to those with limited mobility?
Is Sausalito worth visiting?
Getting to Sausalito is worth the trip, too, whether you take the ferry or drive across the Golden Gate Bridge. While views of San Francisco are stunning, Sausalito has its own magic. Sausalito is a quiet, charming town reminiscent of hilly Mediterranean villages.
Do you need reservations for Muir Beach?
Located between Muir and Stinson beaches. Visitors can milk goats, collect eggs, help bees make honey, and teach little ones about how food is grown. Reservations required.
How should I dress for Muir Woods?
Make sure you are fully prepared for your trip to Muir Woods by packing your sweaters, jackets and these other hiking products.
- Rain Jacket – keep dry in the rain and fog.
- Light Backpack – great to carry your gear.
- Beanie – keep warm and cozy on foggy mornings.
Are reservations required for Muir Woods?
Reservations Now Required
To book your trip to Muir Woods visit GoMuirWoods.com or call 1-800-410-2419.
How far are Muir Woods from San Francisco?
How far is Muir Woods from San Francisco? The park is located in the town of Mill Valley, about 17 miles north of San Francisco. Since it’s so close to the city, there are a variety of do-it-yourself transportation options for getting to the park.
How do I get to Muir Woods from Fisherman’s Wharf?
The best way to get from Fishermans Wharf to Muir Woods National Monument without a car is to line 70 bus and line 61 bus which takes 3h 11m and costs $7 – $11.
Is Muir Woods open to the public?
Muir Woods National Monument is OPEN to visitors.