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Amenities : Kids-friendly
Recreational Park

Timings : Open from 6 A.M. to 10 P.M

Accessibility : Wheelchair Accessible

Mission Dolores Park, San Francisco Overview

Mission Dolores Park, simply known as the Dolores Park, is a city park in the gorgeous city of San Francisco, California, at the Western border of the Mission district. It is a hotspot for picnics and local gatherings for the people. With around 16 acres of area, Dolores Park is among the most popular parks in San Francisco City. Many festive programs and other events are organized in this park. It imparts mesmerizing views of the city skyline and surroundings.

The park features thriving green lawns, with lofty palm trees casting shadows over it. Moreover, there are sports arenas, including six tennis courts, a basketball court, a soccer field, a playground, and more. Also, there are two dog play areas. The southern part of the park is worth a visit for its views of the downtown, the Mission district, the San Francisco Bay, and the East Bay.

This area was a Jewish cemetery in olden times. In 1905, the city administration purchased this land and constructed the park in 1906. Visitors are allowed to bring their dogs with them.

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