Operated by the Golden Gate Parks National Conservancy, Lands Ends is a park in San Francisco, located between the Sutro Historic District and Lincoln Park. Originally the home of Ohlone tribes, Lands Ends was a coastal trail which later saw developments on the hands of a German-American philanthropist Adolf Sutro until being acquired by GGNRA.
Essentially a coastal trail on the north-western of San Francisco that stretches into a vast landscape, Lands End is a site packing within itself the gifts of nature and nostalgia of history. The Lands End Lookout, settled right above the Cliff House on the Point Lobos Avenue, is its most cherished part which provides an overwhelming view of the Lands End trails. The Lookout is built with a Visitor Centre, Bookstore and cafe which facilitate educational programs and amenities respectively to the tourists. The trail enjoys proximity to other historic and points of attraction such as Sutro Baths, Point Lobos, Mile Rock Beach, Mile Rock Lighthouse, the USS San Francisco Memorial, and Eagle Point Overlook, the West Fort Miley batteries, a labyrinth and vestiges of shipwrecks. The rocky coastal trail, bordered with patches of cypress trees, is home to sea lions, shore birds and northern river otters.