Ferry Terminal Locations & Parking

Larkspur Ferry Terminal
Sausalito Ferry Landing (shared with Blue & Gold Ferry)
San Francisco Ferry Terminal
Tiburon Ferry Landing (shared with Blue & Gold Ferry)
Other Bay Area Transit Operators

Larkspur Ferry Terminal (see map)

Location: Marin County at 101 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., just east of U.S. Highway 101 in Larkspur, CA.

Directions: From points north of Larkspur, travel south on Highway 101 and take exit 450B San Anselmo/Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Keep left at the fork, follow signs directing you toward East Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Turn left on Sir Francis Drake Blvd (which becomes East Sir Francis Drake Blvd after traveling under the freeway). The ferry terminal is located on the right.

From points south of Larkspur, travel north on Highway 101 and take exit 450B toward Richmond Bridge. Merge onto E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd. The ferry terminal is located on the right at the first light.

Parking and fees: The Larkspur Ferry Terminal lot has 1,800 parking spaces available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. The lot also has 30 carpool/HOV spaces (driver plus at least 1 passenger only - clean air vehicles must also adhere to 2+ persons), 28 spaces for persons with disabilities, and 2 spaces for electric vehicles (reserved for electric vehicles only until 11am daily). The overflow parking lot located at 300 Larkspur Landing Circle (former Marin Airporter lot) can accommodate about 200 vehicles in the lower paved lot and has additional parking in an unpaved upper lot. RV (recreational vehicle) parking is NOT permitted in either lot.

A parking fee is required when parking in either lot between 5am and 1pm on weekdays. All spaces, including HOV, disabled, and motorcycle spaces, are subject to the parking fee. The fee is $2 per day or $20 per calendar month. For more information on parking fees, how to pay, etc., CLICK HERE. Parking fees are NOT required on weekends or on New Year's, Presidents', Memorial, Independence (July 4th), Labor, Thanksgiving, or Christmas days.

Note: Parking is reserved for ferry customers only and for up to 24 hours only. Violators will be ticketed and/or towed.

Bicycle Racks: Visit our Bikes & Ferries page.

Tickets & Clipper cards: Larkspur Ferry tickets may be purchased from ticket vending machines. Tickets may be purchased in advance and are useable on any ferry departure; they are not for a designated departure time or date. Ticket machines are available during daily hours of operation.

Ticket machines also sell adult Clipper cards and allow existing Clipper card holders to add value to their cards. The Clipper card gives users a discount on the one-way single-ride fare and is useable on many other Bay Area transit systems. Visit www.clippercard.com for more information.

EV Charging Station at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal

The Larkspur Ferry Terminal has two Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.

(These spaces are reserved for electric vehicles only until 11am daily.)

Sausalito Ferry Landing (see map)

Location: Downtown Sausalito at Humboldt and Anchor Streets.

Tickets & Clipper cards: Sausalito Ferry tickets may be purchased from ticket machines and may be purchased online HERE. Tickets may be purchased in advance and are useable on any ferry departure; they are not for a designated departure time or date. Ticket machines are available during daily hours of operation.

Ticket machines also sell adult Clipper cards and allow existing Clipper card holders to add value to their cards. The Clipper card gives users a discount on the one-way single-ride fare and is useable on many other Bay Area transit systems. Visit www.clippercard.com for more information.

Parking: There are for-pay public parking lots adjacent to the Ferry Landing and metered parking on local streets.

Bicycle Racks: Bike parking zones are available in downtown Sausalito. Visit our Bikes & Ferries page for information on the number of bicycles permitted onboard our Sausalito ferry vessel. (NOTE about bikes on Sausalito Ferry: During the summer and other periods when the volume of bicycle rentals is very high, reservations for boarding the Sausalito Ferry with a bicycle are provided by and managed by San Francisco-based bike rental companies. The boarding reservation stand is location directly adjacent to the Sausalito Ferry Landing. Reservations for passengers with bikes are first come, first serve.)

Tickets & Clipper cards: Sausalito Ferry tickets may be purchased from ticket machines and may be purchased online HERE. Tickets may be purchased in advance and are useable on any ferry departure; they are not for a designated departure time or date. Ticket machines are available during daily hours of operation.

Ticket machines also sell adult Clipper cards and allow existing Clipper card holders to add value to their cards. The Clipper card gives users a discount on the one-way single-ride fare and is useable on many other Bay Area transit systems. Visit www.clippercard.com for more information.

San Francisco Ferry Terminal (see map)

Location: San Francisco's Financial District on the Embarcadero at the foot of Market Street behind San Francisco's Historic Ferry Building.

Parking: There is no public parking at the terminal. There are private paid parking lots and garages in the area.

Bicycle Racks: Visit our Bikes & Ferries page.

Tickets & Clipper cards: Ferry tickets may be purchased from ticket machines located at Golden Gate Ferry terminals. Tickets may be purchased in advance and are useable on any ferry departure; they are not for a designated departure time or date. Ticket machines are available during daily hours of operation.

Ticket machines also sell adult Clipper cards and allow existing Clipper card holders to add value to their cards. The Clipper card gives users a discount on the one-way single-ride fare and is useable on many other Bay Area transit systems. Visit www.clippercard.com for more information.

Tiburon Ferry Landing (see map)

Location: The Tiburon Ferry Landing is located at the foot of Tiburon Blvd in downtown Tiburon.

Parking: There are for-pay public parking lots near the Ferry Landing and metered parking on local streets.

Bicycle Racks: Visit our Bikes & Ferries page.

Tickets & Clipper cards: Clipper is the preferred fare payment method and gives users a discount on the one-way single-ride fare. Clipper cards may be purchased online at www.clippercard.com, at Walgreens, and from Golden Gate Ferry ticket vending machines.

Ferry tickets may be purchased online HERE. Youth and senior/disabled tickets may also be purchased from GGF ticket machines (note: adult tickets are not available from these machines) at the SF Ferry Terminal (there are no ticket machines at the Tiburon Landing). Tickets may be purchased in advance and are useable on any ferry departure; they are not for a designated departure time or date. Ticket machines are available during daily hours of operation.