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I-80 Westbound: Take Davis St exit and turn Left onto Davis St. Follow Davis St around back under the highway and turn Right onto Mason St. Turn Left onto McClellan St. Turn left onto School St. Follow the driveway up and around to the right, the parking area is just past the right bend and the bathroom building.
Take Rt. 1 towards Half Moon Bay and turn east on to Higgins Canyon Rd. In 3.5 miles there will be signs indicating where to park.
From Highway 280: Take exit 47 CA-1, merge onto Highway 35 North, bear left to Great Highway, turn right on Fulton Street, enter Golden Gate Park on 47th Ave. The site will be on your left.
From the East Bay: Exit at Octavia Blvd/Fell Street (Exit 434 B). Turn left on Fell St. and stay in the right lane. Turn right on Stanyan Street, then left on Fulton Street. Enter Golden Gate Park at 47 th Ave. The site will be on your left.
Take your best route to Reno, Nevada. Head North on Highway 395 North. About 9 miles from the I-80 and N. 395 intersection take exit 78 (Red Rock Road): Head east (go past the Gas Station) on Red Rock Road traveling 11.3 miles. Turn right on Deerlodge Road go about 1.2 miles and turn left into the driveway
Make your best way to North Pole, AK.
From the Parks Hwy (AK 3 north) and Fairbanks continue onto the Mitchell Hwy to the Richardson Hwy, AK 2 east towards North Pole/Eielson AFB.
Take the Dawson Rd/Buzby Rd exit from AK-2 E. At the end of the exit, turn left and go under the overpass.
Turn right at the first right onto Mistletoe Drive. Mistletoe. Drive becomes Laurence.
Follow Laurence around to Chena Lakes Recreation Area.
Follow the SCA signs to the site at/near the Chena Lakes Green.
DO NOT FOLLOW GPS DIRECTIONS. They will take you to the Ranger’s Admin building which is on the south/west side of 152. The part of the park we are using is on the north/east side of 152.
From Bay Area: Take best route to Gilroy California. Exit at 10th Street and drive East. 10th Street Becomes Highway 152. Proceed on 152 for 37.5 Miles. Make a left turn onto San Luis Reservoir State Recreation area.