There are two different entrances to the Romberg Tiburon Campus, 3150 and 3152 Paradise Drive.
To get to the Bay Conference Center, SF Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve offices, or Estuary Hall (Bldg. 39) classrooms, use the entrance at 3152 Paradise Drive (blue pin on the map).
To get to the EOS Center laboratories, faculty and staff offices in Delta Hall (Bldg. 36) or the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center laboratory and staff offices in Farallon Hall (Bldg. 30), use the entrance at 3150 Paradise Drive (red pin on the map).
The Estuary & Ocean Science (EOS) Center of San Francisco State University acknowledges it is located on the ancestral homeland and waters of the Coast Miwok Huimen community. Today the Coast Miwok and the Southern Pomo Peoples are a sovereign nation named the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and are recognized as a tribe by the US Congress. The San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, based at the EOS Center, works to help steward the ancestral homelands and waters of the Coast Miwok Tamal Aguasto community at China Camp State Park, and the Patwin Suisun community at Rush Ranch. The Patwin people are a sovereign nation named the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation and are recognized as a tribe by the US Congress. SF State sits on the ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone in San Francisco. We also acknowledge that we work on the ancestral lands and waters of many other Indigenous peoples in our field work in the Bay area and around the world. We further acknowledge that Indigenous peoples from many nations live, study, and work in the Bay Area today.