Presidio Log Cabin

Brief History

This Presidio Log Cabin is a wedding venue in San Francisco’s Presidio. It’s history, though, is varied. Built by the Army in 1937, it originally served as a club for non-commissioned Army officers. Constructed of Monterey cypress with a Spanish red-tile roof, it is the only building in the Presidio with the rustic, cabin style. The Presidio Log Cabin received a facelift in September of 2009 with 50 salvaged logs of the original variety in order to restore the aging exterior to its original state. Over the years, the Log Cabin served as a mess hall and community center before now serving as a special events venue.  See this press release for more details.

Details for Weddings:

Located along the western shore of the Presidio within Fort Scott camp, the Log Cabin boasts a magnificent view of the San Francisco Skyline from its lawn.  Close to the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and Battle Godfrey, it is not lacking in proximity to some beautiful locations, perfect for wedding photos. Ceremonies and receptions can be held within the Log Cabin outside on its lawn.  It can seat up to 150 guests seated, or 200 standing, making it perfect for a small to medium sized wedding. It’s rental price begins at $4400.

  • Capacity: 150 seated / 200 standing
  • Price: Begins at $4400
  • Address: 1299 Storey Ave, San Francisco, CA 94129

Real Wedding:

To see a real wedding at the Presidio Log Cabin, check out Wes and Nora’s beautiful fall wedding.

I would be thrilled to connect with you about your wedding at the Presidio Log Cabin (or elsewhere!)