Parks of Sausalito A California City
A park is an area of natural, semi-natural or planted space set aside for human enjoyment and recreation or for the protection of wildlife or natural habitats. Urban parks are green spaces set aside for recreation inside towns and cities. National parks and country parks are green spaces used for recreation in the countryside. [from wikipedia]
Dunphy Park Gabrielson Park Robin Sweeny Park
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Dunphy Park, In Sausalito, A California City

Waterfront gazebo, sand volleyball court, bocce courts, and large lawn area. No restrooms on premises. Restrooms are available a block away at City Hall during business hours.[from sausalito government website]

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Gabrielson Park, In Sausalito, A California City

Adjacent to the Sausalito ferry pier, Gabrielson Park is a shoreline gem with some of the best views of Angel Island and the Bay Bridge in all of Sausalito. Gabrielson is home to Jazz and Blues by the Bay each Friday night during the summer, and is the site of the Sausalito 4th of July Fireworks.[from sausalito government website]

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Robin Sweeny Park, In Sausalito, A California City

Lighted basketball court open, playground and grass area. Restroom access in City Hall during open hours. Located at Caledonia and Litho Street. [from sausalito government website]

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