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List of San Francisco Parks

Golden Gate Park is the largest public park in San Francisco and the third-most visited in the country. It is located on John F Kennedy Drive, and its various attractions and museums have different hours of operation. Besides walking through the trees, flowers and ponds, be sure to make time to visit sites such as the Conservatory of Flowers, the DeYoung Museum, and the Japanese Tea Garden. If you're visiting the park with children, make sure to take them to the California Academy of Science and the Carousel which is free for children 5 and under.

Grand View Park located on Moraga Street and 14th Avenue in the Sunset District is one of San Francisco's most mesmerizing spots. Here you can get an amazing 360 degree view of San Francisco, the bay and the ocean. It's an important geological and botanical site with many native plants and trees. It's also a great hike to get up there, and there are many stairs to climb.

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Mission Dolores Park located on 18th Street and Dolores Street in the Mission Dolores neighborhood. The park offers many recreational activities with many tennis courts but also basketball and a soccer field. The park offers a breathtaking view of the city and has large grassy spaces where to relax and have a picnic. Dolores Park is an important site for various cultural, political and social activities, so there's always something interesting going on.

Land's End located on Seal Rock Drive and El Camino Del Mar in Outer Richmond is a great place to go hiking in San Francisco. Although the hike is relatively short, you will get breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Be sure to check out the Sutro Baths, Eagles Point and the Mile Rock Beach while you're here.

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Fort Funston National Park located on Skyline Boulevard is one of the best places to take your dog in San Francisco. Here you will also find gorgeous cliffs overlooking the ocean, hand gliders, wide open spaces and many hiking trails. You can visit beach by taking the stairs.

Huntington Park on California Street and Cushman Streets is a beautiful park in the Nob Hill neighborhood. It has several fountains and playgrounds for kids and it's a great place to relax when you are tired of sightseeing. While you're here, check out the breathtaking Grace Cathedral which is located right next to it.

Fort Mason Community Garden is a gem located in the Upper Fort Mason area. Here you can enjoy many plots of well-maintained roses, flowers, fruits, vegetables and gorgeous trees and plants. It's the perfect escape from the city.

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Bernal Hills Heights located on Bernal Heights Boulevard and provides scenic views of many San Francisco neighborhoods. It provides great exercise with its hiking trails and many beautiful natural surroundings such as trees and flowers. It's a great place to have a picnic.

Strawberry Hill on Stow Lake Drive is an amazing place to go hiking amidst gorgeous natural surroundings. You will feel invigorated as you walk through the trails among the trees. Be sure to check out the Huntington Falls waterfall, the Chinese Pagoda and the bridge.

Marina Green Park on Marina Green Drive is a beautiful place to spend the day, with its wide open green spaces, friendly people and gorgeous views. This is a great place to go running or jogging and if you want to engage in the various ongoing activities. You can also come here for relaxation as you lie in the grass and watch the flying kites.

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Mount Sutro in Medical Center Way is a great park to go to if you're looking for some strenuous exercise. With its many trails, this park is perfect for hiking but also other activities such as mountain-biking. With its gorgeous trees, you will definitely enjoy the feeling of being in a secluded Eucalyptus forest in the middle of the city.

The Palace of Fine Arts located on 3301 Lyon Street on Bay Street. It's the perfect place to go relax, unwind as you watch a beautiful sunset over the lake. The architecture here is spectacular with its dome and huge columns. You can spend an entire afternoon here just watching the swans gliding on by and enjoying the almost magical atmosphere.

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