Welcome to CouchCrashSF 2012!

Join us for San Francisco’s 2nd annual CouchCrashSF this September!

What’s a Couch Crash, you ask? It’s an invitation to visit (or invade) our amazing city over a long weekend where we will explore and discover many of the city’s highlights. Hosted by the Bay Area CS community, we welcome CouchSurfers from across the globe to join us for a fun series of events featuring a variety of activities highlighting San Francisco’s greatest landmarks and local features.

Participating is easy: All you do is show up. As CouchCrashSF gets closer, please visit the dedicated event schedule for updated event information, location maps and organizer contact info. Feel free to join as many events as you can! Latecomers are welcome, as there will be many events scheduled over the weekend.

During your visit, attend one of our regular San Francisco Community Events:

CouchSurfing’s weekly Wednesday meetup – Kick-Off Party!
Thai Food Thursday (TFT)
Golden Gate Bridge Walks
3rd Sunday Potluck: Chrissy Field
Hot Chocolate Movie Night

Here are some activities you may expect to see around the Bay Area:

  • Guided Bike Ride across the Golden Gate Bridge

  • Visit CouchSurfing’s Headquaters in Potrero Hill

  • Walking/Hiking tours, led by SF residents!

  • Ocean Beach bonfire

  • CS Cable Car Flash Mob (an entire car of CSers!)

  • Day Trips to Sonoma and Napa Wine Country

  • Scavenger Hunt

  • Pub Crawl

  • or Insert Your Idea here!

*Some events are subject to change. Events may have a participation limit, so be sure to check the website for updated info.

If you’re interested in creating, leading, or helping with an event, please fill our our Volunteer Form or email couchcrashsf@gmail.com. We need committed volunteers to bring out the full potential of this event. Of course, if you can’t commit to it, you can always just come out and enjoy the events.

Come out and enjoy our wonderful city! Thanks and hope to see you there!

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