Kingspoke Maritime Store invites you to take advantage of a fee-free day on Saturday April 15th, the first day of National Park Week, and visit San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Kingspoke staff will host a park selfie event, offer promotions on several items (including Junior Ranger gear), and hold a raffle for a chance to win fun prizes! (see complete list below)

This Saturday from 11-4pm, visit San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, where rangers and park volunteers will set up Junior Ranger demonstration stations and activity tables along Hyde Street Pier and aboard our historic ships. Kids of all ages can learn and practice nautical skills.

Afterwards, stop by the Kingspoke Maritime Store and get your Junior Ranger gear! At the end of the day, there will be a Junior Ranger swearing-in ceremony for those who have completed the day’s activities.

Raffle prizes:
50 Ways to Save the Ocean, by David Helvarg (local author)

Stainless Steel Reusable Balclutha Sport water bottle

“Find Your Park” San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park NPS Centennial Lapel Pin

Pathfinders Wildlife Jewelry Harbor Seal Necklance

2016 NPS Centennial Black Hoodie Sweatshirt (Size XL)

San Francisco Maritime NHP Tee – Grey (Size SM)

San Francisco Maritime NHP Tee – Navy Blue (Size SM)

“Find Yourself in a National Park” WNPA Tote Bag

Plush Surprise (Either Sea Turtle puppet, Sea Horse, or Great White Shark)

 

 

 

 

 

Kingspoke Maritime Store
Open daily 9AM to 5PM
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
2905 Hyde Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 742-6165
store.wnpa.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s more information about San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park:

At San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park you will experience the sights, sounds, and textures of the city’s seafaring past. You will get to know what life was like for the people who made their living at sea. From the wooden decks of Balclutha, a square-rigger that rounded Cape Horn 17 times, duck into the cramped cabins where sailors sheltered during months at sea. In the hold of the coastal schooner C.A. Thayer walk along the curving sides where freshly cleaned sh, layered with salt, were stacked to the ceiling.

Along Hyde Street Pier, park staff and volunteers mend lines, varnish brightwork, and tend pung steam engines. Rangers lead a variety of programs, even high aloft in Balclutha’s rigging. The Age of Sail environmental living program bunks school children overnight on historic vessels. At the small-boat shop craftspeople shape and bend on steam-softened planks to repair historic boats and build replicas.

Learn more about San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park