SCA Alumni Hike & Picnic in the Bay Area

Saturday, November 21, 2015 - November 21, 2015 10:00 am

Come to sunny (probably foggy) San Francisco to join fellow SCA Alumni for an interpretive hike along the rugged San Francisco coastline. We’ll have some fun beach time after the hike! Learn about the Presidio’s historic military batteries, soak up the view at Immigrant Point Overlook, keep your eyes peeled for hawks, view the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, all while mingling with SCA Alumni. After the hike join us for paddle ball, a picnic, and great conversation.

WHEN: Saturday, November 21st, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

WHERE: We’ll meet in the lower parking lot of Baker Beach (next to Battery Chamberlin).

WHAT: Interpretive (loop) hike in the Presidio. We will learn about the history of the area as well as local flora and fauna. After working up a little sweat we will commence with play time on beautiful Baker Beach. SCA will provide healthy snacks for the hike!

WHO: SCA alumni, staff, family, and friends are ALL welcome!

BRING WITH YOU: Please wear sturdy shoes and layers to hike in, and bring binoculars, beach games, maybe a kite to fly and of course plenty of water and lunch. Also, keep in mind that while this trail is easy/moderate there are lots of steps – so bring that baby carrier pack if you need to.

RSVP: Please register to join us at

QUESTIONS: Contact Kara Conner at [email protected] or 510-832-1966 (day of event: 415-828-0623).


Public Transportation: Baker Beach is accessible by many bus lines including: 29, 38R, 1, 92, and 27.

By Car: We recommend carpooling to this event, as we are always looking to reduce our footprint! From North/Marin: Take 101-S to Bowley St. Right on Battery Chamberlin Rd. From South/Daly City: Take 280-N to 19th Ave to Crossover Drive (in GG Park). Continue to Battery Chamberlin Rd. From East Bay/Oakland: Take I-80 W to Octavia Blvd. in San Francisco. Take Fell St, Fulton St, and 25th Ave to Battery Chamberlin Rd. There are several parking options at Baker Beach and all are free.

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