GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
Building 201 Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 94019 Directions
Golden Gate Bridge, Cliff House, Sutro Baths, Walking Trails, Camping Sites, Marin Headlands, Visitor Center, China Beach, Picnics, Sunny Day, Running, Coastal Trail & Baker Beach
Golden Gate National Recreation Area was founded in 1972. It has two hundred years of history, ranging from Native American culture to the Spanish Empire frontier and the Mexican Republic, to maritime history. The very nature of the park shows the influence of the movement for environmental conservation in the 1960s and 1970s. Visitors can enjoy a view, have a picnic, or benefit from the indigenous cultures of California's centuries of intertwined history. They explore the scenic drives or different points of interest. Take a very long walk, part in a Junior Ranger course, recreate at one of their picturesque sites, or consider joining a ranger-led workshop to learn more about these unique places. Guided walks and tours happen at different locations.
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BERNAL HEIGHTS PARK
3400-3416 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 Directions
Dark-Eyed Juncos, Wildlife Habitat, Running, Walking Trails, Sunny Day, Hill Station, American Kestrels, Rock Formations, Biking, Picnic Area, Western Meadowlarks & Anna’s Hummingbirds
Bernal Heights Park is a most spectacular area and provides expansive views of the city, with forest wildlife habitat and hiking trails. It off-leash parks with amazing views, and reaching grasslands attracts locals who need a break from urban living. It gives visitors a breathtaking 360-degree panorama and direct views of San Francisco Bay. Visitors go hiking around the peaceful summit of the hill to escape the complexities of urban life. The network includes full-complex leisure centers, pools, country clubs, sports fields, and several small to medium-sized clubs providing a range of sports. and arts-related leisure services for people of all ages.
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JOHN MCLAREN PARK
100 John F Shelley Drive, San Francisco, CA 94134 Directions
Biking, Walking Trails, Running, Group Picnic Place, Furnishings, Playground, Golf Course, Dog-Friendly, Natural Area, Skateboarding & Waterfall
John McLaren Park is full of native plants and birds, with more than 7 miles of walking trails meandering across its 312 hectares. The park is discovering an enormous natural environment of lush meadows, grassland, and habitat for wetlands. They aim to achieve this goal by preserving lost play areas and picnic areas so that children in their cities can have a place to play. You can enjoy play areas, walking trails and game courts, you'll find the amphitheater of the jerry Garcia, the Mcnab lake. It has more than 7 kilometers of walking trails, lined with native plants and wildlife.