People tend to check in during these times:
It gets pretty windy, so bring a jacket.
Really cool lookout point! Go during high tide to get the best effect.
Visit the other-worldly Wave Organ, located on a jetty at the small Boat Harbor in the Marina district of San Francisco. Through a series of pipes, visitors can listen to the sounds of the Bay.
A 10 minute walk from the parking lot, walk all the way you the end and you'll see it! Doesn't make much sound when it's not high tide...
Try to go during hightide.
My favorite place to chill out in the city. Walk or ride your bike here and enjoy the gorgeous 360 views of the San Francisco Bay.
Great view but the organ sucks. Doesn't really work at all.
Don't park in the parking lot closest to the yacht club - it floods @ high tide. Walk all the way to the end of the peninsula past the club to get here.
Notice all the lichen growing on the old cemetery granite and marble.
Basically always breezy. Take a windbreaker or a good coat. Totally great spot for checking out Fourth of July fireworks or watching the Blue Angels during Fleet Week.
This place is awwwesome. Check it out when the tide is coming in.
Come at high tide or on a full moon, and you too might hear sounds of the Flying Dutchman trying to send messages to port.
Make sure to go at high tide or full moon for the best sound!
Go when it is high tide for a great tune!
wave organ only works to a certain extent otherwise the view and waves make up for the atmosphere.
A really romantic spot to sit and listen to & watch the waves crashing.
Being here on a high tide is definitely a must-do, but even when it's not, it's an absolutely beautiful and relatively unknown spot to tourists and locals alike, especially on a nice clear day.
favorite place to watch a full moon... but beware of crystal-toting new agers!
Record the sound of this at high tide.