Location : John F. Kennedy Drive and 23rd Avenue
Admission : Free
Parking : Music Concourse Garage
Parking Fees: $3.50 an hour during the week, $4 an hour on weekends
Bicycle parking is free
Named after the park’s commissioner, Rueben Hedley Lloyd, the lake serves as a reservoir for the nearby Rainbow Falls. Situated in Golden Gate Park of San Francisco, Lloyd Lake is a safe haven for both native and migratory birds in the park, including geese, pigeons, ducks, Campbell ducks, mallards, gulls, Northern Pintail, Steller’s jay, American Wigeon, Red-breasted Merganser and Muscovy ducks.
The park also contains within itself the “Portals of the Past”- remains of the ruined mansion from the infamous 1906 San Francisco fire. The portals, which were added to the Park in 1909 after basic renovations, was originally called the Nob Hill mansion located on California Street. The mansion was owned by the railroad tycoon Alban Towne and contributes to the exquisite beauty of the park with its impeccable architecture and wedding venue.
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