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Rated 4.9 by 452,549+ people

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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Golden Gate Park?

    The price for luggage storage near Golden Gate Park starts from just $5.90/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Golden Gate Park?

    There are multiple locations in the Golden Gate Park area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Terminal 2, International Terminal, and West Oakland BART Station and all over San Francisco.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Golden Gate Park?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Golden Gate Park.

  • Are there storage lockers near Golden Gate Park?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Golden Gate Park area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Golden Gate Park and in the broader San Francisco area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Golden Gate Park?

    Popular metro stations like Blinq On Embarcadero Bart Station, Civic Center/UN Plaza BART Station, or Montgomery St BART Station can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within San Francisco near Golden Gate Park, you may be close to some bus stations: Muni Bus Plaza, MUNI Bus Stop - Townsend & 4th, or MUNI Bus Stop - Geary & Masonic. If traveling by train, San Francisco Caltrain Station, Van Ness Station, and West Portal MUNI Metro Station are nearest to Golden Gate Park.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Golden Gate Park?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Golden Gate Park are The Westin St Francis San Francisco on Union Square, Hilton, and Hyatt Regency San Francisco. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Golden Gate Park are San Francisco International Hostel, Green Tortoise Hostel, and The Amsterdam Hostel.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Golden Gate Park?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Golden Gate Park are McDonald's, Marugame Udon, and Pier 45 Seafood.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Golden Gate Park?

    Check out the nearby Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Marin Headlands, and Golden Gate Park.


Are you wondering “Where can I store my luggage near Golden Gate Park"? Are you here on a layover or just arriving into San Francisco and need a place to store your bags before you check-in to your hotel or AirBnB? Bounce is the #1 rated luggage storage network and offers 24/7 baggage storage in local hotels and shops. You won’t find a better price - just book through our site for $5.90 / day. We offer 24/7 customer support and $5000 insurance on every booking. Enjoy your day, baggage-free!

More about Golden Gate Park

Despite not being an amusement park - though there used to be a Ferris wheel - Golden Gate Park in San Francisco gets its fair share of visitors each year: about 24 million in all. It’s the US’s third-most-visited park, after Central Park and the Lincoln Memorial. In fact, due to its rectangular shape, it often gets compared to New York’s Central Park.

However, this 1000+ acre urban park has a personality all its own. It’s like one very long carpet of green in the heart of Frisco. You’ll find a botanical garden, replicas of ancient architecture, ponds, the De Young Museum, a Temple of Music and even an indoor rainforest in the California Academy of Sciences. Naturally, there are lots and lots of plants throughout the park, too.

The park is open to foot traffic from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Each Saturday for a half-day and all of Sunday, parts of JFK Drive is closed to cars. Cyclists and rollerbladers take advantage of these times to really let loose. It’s possible to rent a boat at the park, allowing you to explore the waterways in the park. It’s also possible to rent bikes or to tour the park on Segways. These tours run between an hour and a half and three hours and give visitors a look at the history of landmarks in the park. Segway riders learn about how the Golden Gate Park was originally sand dunes. There’s also a mention of the Japanese Tea Garden and how it was affected by World War II>

If your travel plans include a stop in San Francisco, you won’t want to miss this stunning piece of open space. However, it is best to see it hands-free, so to speak. We can help you with that. Bounce has partners in the city that offer you plenty of options for luggage storage in Golden Gate Park and the surrounding areas. Our partners are businesses, like restaurants and hotels. They offer bag storage in the Golden Gate Park area for less than $6 a day. Check your Bounce app for details.

About Golden Gate Park

Often compared with Central Park in New York City, Golden Gate Park is an urban park in San Francisco covering over 1,000 acres. This beloved green space offers many fun and exciting recreational activities for locals and visitors. The land for the park was deeded to the city in 1870 and the park officially opened in 1871. Stop by the California Academy of Sciences and the Conservatory of Flowers to learn more about the area's natural history and flora. Stroll through manicured gardens, visit cute museums, enjoy art exhibitions, do some bird watching, or sit by one of the lakes for a relaxing afternoon. 

Children will delight at the antique carousel that is still operational. Many adults will feel a bit nostalgic when watching the wooden horses going round and round. Rent a boat and row across one of the lakes or find your Zen in the Japanese Tea Garden. Visit a bison herd at the Bison Paddock. Sign up for a guided Segway tour of Golden Gate Park. Your guide will take you on an adventure and show you some of the main attractions as well as the hidden gems of the park. 

Fun Fact: The Golden Gate Park is the third most visited park in the United States and is 20% bigger than Central Park in New York City. 

Things to do Near Golden Gate Park

San Francisco is not just big skyscrapers and congested streets. There are several green spaces where you can get away from the hustle and bustle and slow down. Get out and explore Golden Gate Park and the surrounding area. 

  • Drop into the Beach Chalet Visitor Center, a beautiful building designed by architect Willis Polk and built in 1925 
  • Watch an amazing herd of bison grazing at the Bison Paddock located at the western end of Golden Gate Park
  • Wander through the California Academy of Sciences; a natural history museum, planetarium, aquarium, and rainforest all located in one place
  • Pay your respects at the AIDS Memorial Grove, a living memorial that pays tribute to those who have been touched in some way by AIDS
  • Take a moment to stop and smell the flowers at the Conservatory of Flowers, which opened in 1879
  • Find your inner angler and visit the Anglers Lodge to learn how to fly fish and practice your new skills
  • Stroll through the oldest Japanese Tea Garden in the United States and feel the serenity of the garden surround you

Transit Options Near Golden Gate Park

  • Car or Taxi
  • MUNI Bus: 44, 5
  • Streetcar: N

Luggage Storage Near Golden Gate Park

With so much to see and do at Golden Gate Park, you do not want to be the annoying tourist with large bags or luggage in tow getting in everyone’s way. You will be spending much of your time walking through the park, taking in the sights or on a Segway following your guide and learning about the history of the park. Don’t be left holding the bag and wondering where to stow your things while exploring. Instead, download the Bounce app and search out locations nearby so you can easily drop your stuff before getting to Golden Gate Park. 

Luggage Storage Options Near Golden Gate Park

While out and about in San Francisco, you will want to explore Golden Gate Park and the neighborhoods surrounding this expansive urban park. You will be spending a lot of time walking or hopping on and off public transportation, so having large bags or backpacks with you can be a hindrance. Download the app to look for Bounce locations around Golden Gate Park so you can drop your bags and enjoy the day without being weighed down.

Luggage Storage Near De Young Museum

Step inside the De Young Museum and be transported around the world and through ancient times as you wander through three levels. This fantastic museum is home to thousands of different artifacts from across the globe. The exhibits found throughout send you on an adventure, unlike any you have experienced. Explore the Concourse Level when you first enter the museum filled with Art of the Americas, Native American Art, Contemporary Art, and the Piazonni Murals Room. Stroll through different galleries, each dedicated to a different country and time period, filled with artifacts, artwork, textiles, and fossils. Sit in the sculpture garden and feel a peace overcome you. Don’t forget to head down to the Exhibition Level, where the Herbst Special Exhibition Galleries are located. Drop by the café for a delicious drink and delightful meal. Large bags are not allowed in the museum, so use the Bounce app and set up a time to drop your things at a nearby location. 

Luggage Storage Near California Academy of Sciences

While not a museum by name, the California Academy of Sciences is an innovative history museum that promotes eco-friendly ideals through the teaching of past technologies that have harmed the world’s ecosystem. The museum is not all about the ecosystem. Stroll through the halls of this beautiful building and learn about history, natural minerals and gemstones, astronomy, and the creation of plants and animals throughout history. Stop by the 3D theater for a show that will leave you marveling at how the past and present have shaped the future. Check out the aquarium and planetarium, and then stroll through the artifacts of the natural history museum artfully displayed. Interactive exhibits allow you to walk through history and glide into the future. Sit down to a full meal at one of the two restaurants and then finish your trip with a quick stop at the gift shop. Be sure to drop your bags with Bounce since large bags are not allowed inside. 

Luggage Storage Near San Francisco Botanical Garden

With over 8,000 different varieties of plants from across the globe, the San Francisco Botanical Garden covers 55 acres of prime green space. The garden was initially called the Strybing Arboretum and was first worked on in the 1890s. Wander through manicured walkways and landscaped gardens learning about the different shrubs, flowers, and trees from around the world. Marvel at the coast redwoods, cloud forests of Southeast Asia, and the riotous color of the Mediterranean garden. Gardens designed to showcase flora from Australia, Chile, and Australia will leave you in awe. Learn about the local flora of California and the impressive collection of succulents, camellias, and magnolias. Wear comfortable shoes because you will be doing a lot of walking during your visit. Grab your camera but leave your bags with Bounce while you explore the San Francisco Botanical Garden. 

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