September 24-25, 10am-6pm, Palmetto Avenue in Pacifica

Festival Information

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Thousands are expected to visit the Fog Fest on September 24th and 25th. To help plan your visit, here are some tips to make your trip to the coast a more fun and enjoyable one.

2015 Festival Map

Public Transportation Information:

SamTrans 800-660-4287 or visit www.samtrans.com –
Routes 17, 110, 112  & 140 will get you to Fog Fest. NOTE: Some normal routes may be rerouted to Oceana or Franacisco Blvd. instead of the normal Beach Blvd. route. From Oceana Blvd. you can walk the highway’s pedestrian crossover for easy access to the festival grounds.

Buses from BART Stations Click Here

By Bicycle Click Here

By Vehicle:

Pacifica is 15 miles south of San Francisco. The best way to get to Pacifica from SF is to take Highway 280 to Highway 1/Pacifica and exit either at Palmetto/Manor Dr. or continue to the next exit at Francisco Blvd/Paloma Ave.

From the East Bay, travel west on Highway 92 over the San Mateo Bridge. Continue west on Highway 92 to Interstate 280. Take Interstate 280 north to Skyline/35/Pacifica exit,  Left/west on Sharp Park Rd. that will lead into Francisco Blvd. Festival grounds are 1 block west of Francisco Blvd and north of Sharp Park Golf Course.

From the South Bay, take Interstate 280 North to Skyline/35/Pacifica exit, left/west on Sharp Park Rd. that will lead into Francisco Blvd., Festival grounds are 1 block west of Francisco Blvd and north of the Sharp Park Golf Course.

Coming from the Highway 1 South – Pacifica is 55 miles north of Santa Cruzfollow Highway 1 north and exit Clarendon/Oceana Blvd or, continue on to the Manor Dr. exit and either turn right onto Oceana Blvd or cross over the highway overpass at Manor Dr. and go left on north Palmetto

The festival grounds are located on Palmetto Ave. in Pacifica between Shell Street and Montecito Streets.

Prohibited:

PET POLICY: Please, for your pets safety and others, be kind to your pets and leave them at home.
NO skateboards, bicycles or smoking on the festival grounds. Security staff will be enforcing our policy, thank you.

ATM’s:

There will be approximately 8 to 10 ATMS located throughout the festival grounds for your convenience. Please look for the ATM Flags.

Fog Fest & Police Command Post – First Aid – Lost & Found:

This station is located at the corner of Salada and Palmetto Avenues.

Parking:

Monitored and Handicap parking can be found on the south & north ends of Palmetto Ave., look for the parking attendants. Parking areas will be operated by local organizations and a voluntary $8 contribution is suggested.

Street Parking

Free street parking can be found on Oceana & Francisco Blvds. Please be aware of prohibited parking signs, police will be enforcing illegal parking.

New-Additional Parking:

Additional parking will be at Oceana High School, located at the corner of Oceana Blvd & Paloma Ave, directly across Highway 1 from the festival grounds, look for the signs. Parking here is $6 and includes Handicap parking upon entrance. 

Bike Parking:

Free bicycle parking will be available at the south end of Palmetto Ave in front of the old utility building on the west side of the street, look for the sign.

Street Closures:

Beginning at 4pm Friday, Palmetto Avenue will be closed to traffic from Shoreview Ave. to Montecito Ave. throughout festival weekend. Palmetto will re-open on Sunday at approximately 9pm. Residents living on the west side of Palmetto Ave must access via Clarendon Rd to Beach Blvd. Note: Beach Blvd. will be open to 2 way traffic festival weekend, (typically it is a one-way street).

For further information:
Call: (650) 355-8200
Email: FFOG@pacificcoastfogfest.com

For Visitor Information visit the Pacifica Chamber of Commerce’s website where you’ll find links to hotels, restaurants, beaches, trails & more.
VisitPacifica.com

 

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10am - 6pm on Palmetto Avenue in Pacifica.
Admission is Free!

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