Seal Rock is a small group of rocky islands in the Lands End region of the Outer Richmond District in Western San Francisco, California. The name 'Seal Rock' is inspired from the populous Steller's Sea Lions and Californian Sea Lions, hauling out here. This island sits at the Northern edge of the Ocean beach, near the Sutro Bath Ruins and the Cliff house, just at the Pacific Ocean shoreside.
From here, you can enjoy scenic views of the sea. The formations and habitat of Seal Rock are conserved within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.