📣 Due to COVID-19 national emergency, many transit agencies have reduced or suspended service in response to drop in ridership and various local public health orders. Some agencies waive fares and allow rear door boarding to accommodate social distancing. Route information on this site may not reflect all COVID-19 related service changes. Check Twitter feeds for transit agencies for current service updates prior to travel. 😷 It is a federal mandate to wear face covering or mask onboard any transit vehicle.

Larkspur Ferry Terminal

From Transit.Wiki
Loading map...

{{{accessibility}}} y   City: Larkspur 

Directions to and from Larkspur Ferry Terminal  |  Nearby



This is one of the three Golden Gate Ferry terminals in the North Bay. It is also the location where passengers can directly transfer to Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit trains to Santa Rosa. The distance between the ferry terminal and rail platform is between 0.4 mile (shortest distance by using crosswalks at Sir Francis Drake) and 0.6 mile (longer distance via pedestrian overpass).

It is expected to take between 10 to 15 minutes to walk between these two locations, and faster with bicycles.

Points of interest

Golden Gate Ferry


This terminal is served by these routes:

Larkspur - San Francisco
Baseball service: Larkspur - AT&T Park

For regular service, purchase ferry tickets at the ticket machines in front of the boarding areas. Tickets for ferries to Oracle Park and Chase Center can be purchased from the ticket counter on game days only.

Additional information


Golden Gate Transit

Fairfax/Manor - Larkspur Ferry

Marin Airporter

Marin County - SFO

Marin Transit

Canal - San Rafael Transit Center - Larkspur - Greenbrae - Kentfield
San Rafael - Larkspur - Marin General - Fairfax - Manor


Parking is available at the terminal. $2 fee is required on weekdays before 1pm. Overflow lot is located by the SMART station.

Paths connecting SMART and ferry

Map below shows two routes between SMART and Ferry. The green route goes through the Marin Country Mart and should take 10-15 minutes on foot (no crossing at signalized intersection). The blue route is all Class 3 bike paths with no street crossing/signals. Both routes cross Sir Francis Drake via overpass. It is possible to cross Sir Francis Drake Blvd at signalized crossings for shorter distance but would suffer signal delays.

Loading map...