Every Sausalito neighborhood has something to offer both residents and visitors. The Sausalito Neighborhood pages below link to Restaurants, Hotels, Activities, Landmarks and Transit in each area. See the map at the bottom of the page for the location of each neighborhood.
Fort Baker and the GGNRA — The wide expanse of former military bases on the northern side of the Golden Gate, now converted to public parks and a hotel complex on Sausalito’s southern border. The community of Muir Beach, to the west on the shore of the Pacific Ocean, shares Sausalito’s 94965 Zip Code and lies within the GGNRA.
Old Town — The original “Whaler’s Cove” where Sausalito first began as an outpost in old California over 150 years ago, now its oldest residential neighborhood and the southern edge of town.
Bridgeway Promenade — The southern section of Downtown, where Bridgeway runs directly along the Bay. Home to some of Sausalito’s most famous views and best-known restaurants.
The Hill — Above Downtown Sausalito and The Bridgeway Promenade lies The Hill, a prestigious “old” residential area with sweeping views of The Bay and San Francisco.
Downtown Sausalito (Ferry Pier) — The heart of downtown Sausalito, with top restaurants, an eclectic assortment of shops, the major city parking lots and the Ferry Pier.
Caledonia St. (New Town) — Sausalito’s “hidden downtown” frequented by residents, home to a wide variety of restaurants, City Hall, the Sausalito Library and small locally-focused retailers.
Spring Valley, Marinship South and the Bay Model — The southern portion of the old Marinship shipyards in World War II, now the site of offices, yacht harbors and the Bay Model.
Nevada Valley, Marinship North and the Post Office — The northern section of the old Marinship shipyards, home to a thriving artist community, offices and light industrial buildings.
Floating Homes — A concentrated area of specially constructed docks at the northeast corner of Sausalito is home to most of Sausalito’s floating homes and houseboats.
Marin City and Pohono St. — The northernmost of Sausalito neighborhoods, Marin City is a deeply-rooted community created as a housing area for the workers at the Marinship shipyards in World War II. Now the site of a regional shopping center anchored by Ross Dept. Store.