Parks of San Francisco
Agua Vista Park Alamo Alta Aquatic Park Bay Front Mariposa Park Brannan Street Coastal Coleridge Crissy Daggett Plaza (A Park) Dolores Dubose Esprit George Golden Gate Park Grand Harding Holly Huffaker Huntington Jackson Playground Justin Herman Lafayette Lyon Marina District Marina Mariposa Park Memorial Court Park Mission Creek Mission Bay Commons Ocean Beach Precita Rincon Hill Dog Rincon San Francisco Zoo South Sue Bierman Sydney G Walton Tank Tunnel Top Park Walter Yerba
Agua Vista Park, 800 Terry A Francois Blvd., San Francisco, California

Agua Vista is a small landscaped park and fishing pier on the east side of Terry A. Francois Boulevard in the heart of Mission Bay, near boat clubs and Kelly's Mission Rock restaurant. It has fascinating views of adjacent ship repair operations. This park has picnic benches and public art on display for all to enjoy. Come here for a tranquil lunch on the waterfront.[from parks alliance website]

Alamo, Square, a San Francisco Park

Surrounded by Hayes, Scott, Fulton, and Steiner Streets

Alta, Plaza, Park, San Francisco

Established in 1888 and located at 3301 Lyon Street

Aquatic Park, San Francisco

Between Fishermans Wharf and the Presidio

Bay Front Mariposa Park, 824 Terry A Francois Blvd., San Francisco, California

Bay Front Mariposa Park is actually two triangular-shaped parks that are connected by a living bioswale full of flowering and naturalized plants.[from missionbayparks]

Brannan Street, Wharf

Pier 36 was torn down to make way for a new park called Brannan Street Wharf.

Coastal, Trail, San Francisco

Trailfrom the Golden Gate Bridge to the Cliff House

Coleridge, Mini-Park, San Francisco

A mini park built with a spectacular view

Crissy, Field

A former military airfield

Daggett Plaza (A Park), Mission Bay, Daggett Street, Between 16th and 7th Streets, San Francisco, California

A small park in a new Mission Bay neighborhood, sandwiched between 16th Street and 7th Street,and between Hubbell Street and Daggett Street. It is also partly covered by the 280 Freeway.

Dolores, Park, San Francisco

Mission Dolores Park, often abbreviated to Dolores Park, is a Leave No Trace[3] city park in San Francisco, California. It is located two blocks south of Mission Dolores at the western edge of the Mission District. Dolores Park is bounded by 18th Street on the north, 20th Street on the south, Dolores Street on the east and Church Street on the west. The northern end of Dolores Park is located directly across the street from Mission High School. On its eastern, southern and western sides, the park is surrounded by residential buildings of two to four stories, in various architectural styles.[from wikipedia]

Dubose, Park, San Francisco

Located at the top of the Dubose triangle

Esprit, Park, San Francisco

Borders the Dogpatch at 20th Street and Tennessee.

George, Sterling Park, San Francisco

Named after the poet George Sterling

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Californai

Extends from Stanyan to Ocean Beach.

Grand, View Park

Located in San Francisco's Sunset District

Harding, Park, San Francisco

In the middleof Lake MercedSan Francisco

Holly, Park, San Francisco

Established in 1870

Huffaker, Park, San Francisco

Named for Ruth Huffaker and built byThe Mission Creek Conservancy

Huntington, Park, San Francisco

Located atop Nob Hill

Jackson Playground, 17th and Arkansas Street, San Francisco, California

Friends of Jackson Park believe open space strengthens communities. We are concerned about the availability of green space and parkland to accommodate our changing community. Our objective is to ensure that Jackson Park remains an asset for everyone who lives here.[from friends of jackson park]

Justin Herman, Plaza, San Francisco, 4 Embarcadero Center along one side, the Ferry Building along, the otherside.
Lafayette, Park, , San Francisco

Established in 1864 and fought over for 70 years

Lyon, Steps, San Francisco

Broadway to Green along side the Presidio grounds.

Marina District, San Francisco, California

The Marina District is a neighborhood located in San Francisco, California. The neighborhood sits on the site of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, staged after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake to celebrate the reemergence of the city. Aside from the Palace of Fine Arts (POFA), all other buildings were demolished to make the current neighborhood. The Marina currently has the highest non-Hispanic white resident percentage of any recognized neighborhood in San Francisco. [from wikipedia]

Marina, Yacht, Harbor, and Wave Organ
Mariposa Park, Owens Street, San Francisco, California

We come here because we live in the neighborhood. But if you had to come here because you're visiting someone at UCSF, then at least you have a nice area to get some fresh air and walk around in.[from tina f on yelp]

Memorial Court Park, Civic Center, San Francisco, California

This is actually War Memorial Court and is home to samples of ground from the major WWI battlefields. It is also quite beautiful and well cared for.[from jane shaffer on foursquare]

Mission Bay Commons, Park, San Francisco

On 4th Street between China Basin Street and Pierpont Lane

Mission Creek, Park, San Francisco, California

Mission Creek Park is truly a featured gem in the Mission Bay Parks system. It's the perfect place to experience open spaces and green places, right on the edge of the SF bay.[from missioncreek website]

Ocean Beach, A City Park, San Francisco, California, A United States City

Ocean Beach is a beach on the west coast of San Francisco, California, United States, bordering the Pacific Ocean. It is adjacent to Golden Gate Park, the Richmond District, and the Sunset District. The Great Highway runs alongside the beach, and the Cliff House and the site of the former Sutro Baths sit at the northern end. The beach is a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which is administered by the National Park Service. [from wikipedia]

Precita, Park, San Francisco

Established in 1894

Rincon, Park, San Francisco

Where Folsom hits The Embarcadero

Rincon Hill Dog, Park, San Francisco

New in 2011 and located at the corner of Bryant and Beale Streets.

South, Park, San Francisco
Sue Bierman, Park, San Francisco

A modest park behind the Embarcadero Center

Sydney G Walton, Square, San Francisco

Located at Jackson and Front Streets

Tank, Hill, Park, San Francisco
Tunnel Top Park, San Francisco, Californai

Presidio Tunnel Tops is easy for everyone to enjoy. It's built on top of the Presidio Parkway tunnels, with amazing Golden Gate views. It has places to be in nature, picnic sites, lawns and gathering spaces, and an incredible nature play space for kids.[from]

Walter, S. Johnson, Park, Palace of Fine Arts
Yerba, Buena, Gardens

A San Francisco park behind the Metreon

San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco, California

The San Francisco Zoo is a 100-acre (40 ha) zoo located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco, California, between Lake Merced and the Pacific Ocean along the Great Highway. The zoo's main entrance, once located on the north side across Sloat Boulevard and one block south of the Muni Metro L Taraval line, is now to the west on the ocean side of the zoo off of the Great Highway.[from wikipedia]

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