|Region||San Francisco County|
|City||San Francisco, California|
|- location||The Presidio|
|Mouth||Baker Beach, Pacific Ocean|
|- location||San Francisco, California|
|- elevation||0 ft (0 m)|
It runs from runoff in the Presidio and Seacliff areas and underground seepage from springs that form Mountain Lake to the Pacific Ocean marking the division between Baker Beach and China Beach. Conservation and restoration efforts are under way to remove invasive vegetation and improve water flow, in addition to deculverting.
Lobos Creek is the Presidio's primary source of potable water. About a million gallons per day—half the average flow of the creek—is diverted to a water treatment facility in the Presidio.
- Museum of California Creeks Map, access date December 31, 2008
- Museum of California, Lobos Creek Watershed Map, access date December 31, 2008
- Splashes with Wolves: Lobos Creek is S.F.'s last open waterway, San Francisco Chronicle, by Geoffrey Coffrey, May 31, 2003, access date December 31, 2008
- "Water Conservation". The Presidio Trust. Retrieved 10 April 2010.
- Bay Area beaches grade well for safe swimming, May 27, 2010 by Carolyn Jones, San Francisco Chronicle
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Lobos Creek
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