I can feel spring really trying to make it's way to San Francisco. It was cold out today but sunny and it just felt like spring. I can't wait!
I can just picture myself and 50 to 100 other guys naked and soaking in the sun. There's this great beach very near the Golden Gate Bridge that is 100% gay. You can walk around with a hard-on and no one cares. This beach isn't the famed Baker Beach. I don't go there because there are two many straight people, families and gawkers with cameras. This place is about a mile up near the old battery.
Because SF is so cold and foggy during the summer there are only a few times a year you can go there and really enjoy it. I always skip work on those days and head out to the beach.
Here is a pretty decent satellite view of it on google maps. Between this and the directions you will be able to find your way there.
If you want to know more about this place and how to get there, I found this writeup on a website:
Slippery and, some say, dangerous paths haven't stopped Golden Gate Bridge Beach from turning into what one reader calls a "gay cruising spot" that also attracts a smattering of other visitors to its incredible, postcard-like views, like the one you'll get if you watch the sun set while staring up at the famous bridge that gives the shoreline its name. Also known as Marshall's Beach and Nasty Boy Beach, the site consists of three side-by-side coves. In the spring, check for beautiful flowers on the bluffs. Drawbacks include some poison oak on the path (often trimmed back by volunteers), which is otherwise unmaintained and often turns into a muddy bluish goo after rainstorms. GGNRA rangers strongly recommend that visitors stay away from the trails and avoid swimming. Don't even think of swimming around the rocks from North Baker to get here; in 1984 a man drowned while trying to do so. And please stay away if you have an aversion to witnessing sexual activity. You may not see much PDA, but it's better to be forewarned, right? Most of it takes place in rock and wood structures, measuring up to four feet tall, that some visitors have erected on the sand.
How to find it: It's in the Presido, north of Baker
Beach. Drive north on Lincoln road until you get to Langdon Court.
Turn left and park your car. On the far left of the parking lot there
is a big tree and a steep trail. Follow the trail down and then left
for a long while. You will see the beach on the right but keep
following the trail until it takes you down the cliff. Once on the
beach strip naked and enjoy!
The beach: Three small, rocky beaches located below Fort Winfield Scott. The main beach trail tends to be slippery, heavily eroded, and dangerous.
The crowd: During the week, Golden Gate Bridge Beach attracts dozens of users. On weekends usage, mostly but not all nude, soars to between 100 and 300 visitors on the hottest days.