Here are the top 208 tourist attractions to see in San Francisco:

157. Bridalveil Fall

Bridalveil Fall
4.0 /5

244 km
from city center
157 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Another stellar waterfall flowing majestically from the Yosemite Valley is Bridalveil Falls. Present in the Yosemite National Park near El Portal in Mariposa County, California, the total height of the falls is 617 feet and its main source remains Ostrander Lake on its south. The perennial falls are also known as the “Pohono” in its Native-American counterpart for its brutal cold winds in winter and icy wet sprays in spring.

158. Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe
5.0 /5

255 km
from city center
158 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine freshwater lake in North America with a height of 6225 feet. Shared between the states of California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe is used for water storage by the Truckee-Carson Irrigation District (TCID) and serves as a tributary watershed drainage element within the Truckee River Basin with its sole outlet as the Truckee River.

159. Elk Glen Lake

Elk Glen Lake
5.0 /5

6 km
from city center
159 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park is home to a ton of lakes and reservoirs. One of the least known, though quiet, is Elk Glen Lake, which is located on the north side of Martin Luther King Drive, west of the intersection with 25th Avenue.

160. Pine Mountain Lake

Pine Mountain Lake
4.5 /5

2,487 km
from city center
160 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Originally created in 1969 by Boise Cascade Corporation, Pine Mountain Lake is a spring-fed lake and a private housing community. Now maintained by PML Homeowner’s Association, the 110 feet deep lake is stretched over 210 acres with 6 miles of shoreline. The community is equipped with a golf course, Lake Lodge, tennis court, hiking and walking trails, equestrian centre, swimming pool, fishing spot, campgrounds, an airport, country club restaurant and lounge, and grocery and medical stores.

161. McNab Lake

McNab Lake
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
161 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

McNab Lake is an artificial lake inside McLaren Park, San Francisco. The lake was added to the park along with the Gleneagles Golf Course, Louis Sutter, Herz, Mansfield-Burrows Playground, the Wilde Overlook, and the Jerry Garcia Amphitheatre under the 1959 Master Plan for equipping the park with recreational facilities. The lake is renowned for its various fish species including Striped bass, Barred surfperch, and California halibut.

162. Metson Lake

Metson Lake
4.5 /5

6 km
from city center
162 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Metson Lake is a reservoir in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. Located on south-east of the Polo Field, Metson Lake is one amongst the three small lakes by the loop created by Middle Drive West and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in the park. Built in 1908, the lake is named after William H. Metson, a prominent San Francisco lawyer and the head of the Park Commission at the time of the lake’s construction. The lake attracts eyeballs for its fine collection of water birds including turtles, ducks, geese, songbirds, hawks and herons. The sidewalks of the lake are uplifted with white Cala lilies and pink cherry blossoms in spring while the Middle Drive West stretch is hugged by pines and eucalyptus.

163. Mountain Lake San Francisco

Mountain Lake San Francisco
4.5 /5

5 km
from city center
163 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Designated as the only natural lake in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Mountain Lake resides inside the Mountain Lake Park, located in the Richmond District. The lake can be reached via the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, which is named after the Presidio’s discovery by the Spanish settlers. The lake enjoys the presence of 65 bird species including crawdads, large-mouth bass, goldfish, carp, bullfrogs, turtles, seagulls and ducks. The lake area which is guarded by pines, firs and eucalyptus is equipped with picnic benches, playground and restrooms making it a perfect spot for picnicking.

164. Stow Lake

Stow Lake
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
164 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Stow Lake is a man-made lake located between John F. Kennedy Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive – west of the Japanese Tea Gardens in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. The lake is home to ducks, geese, herons, mallards, seagulls and turtles and the adjacent lake area is equipped with eight picnic tables and barbeque grills.

165. Lake Temescal

Lake Temescal
4.5 /5

18 km
from city center
165 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lake Temescal is a reservoir in Temescal Regional Park, located in northeastern Oakland, California. Originally a sag pond, the lake was expanded only after the construction of a dam, which is 600 feet long and rises above the Temescal Creek. Renowned as a famous spot for swimming, fishing, sunbathing, and picnicking, the lake was constructed in 1940 by Works Progress Administration crews.

166. Bass Lake

Bass Lake
4.0 /5

256 km
from city center
166 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Yosemite National Park is home to a private community and a lake – Bass Lake, situated in the Sierra National Forest. Located at an elevation of 3415 feet, the lake resort is a perfect option for a vacation gateway. Surrounded with pines, oaks, fir, cedar, juniper and giant sequoias, the lake area provides various recreational facilities including picnicking, fishing, boating, ice-skating, hiking, and visiting nearby waterfalls. The lake area has camping facilities as well where it offers tent camping sites and 1-3 bedroom log cabin rentals. Added amenities are cable, WiFi, swimming pool, shuffleboard, kid’s game room, fireplaces, group fire-pit, and cafe.

167. Tomales Bay

Tomales Bay
4.0 /5

81 km
from city center
167 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Located on the western side of Tomales Bay State Park, the bay is an estuary of the Pacific Ocean in Marin County, California. Sharing boundaries with Point Reyes Station, Marshall and Inverness, the area was originally inhabited by the indigenous community of Coast Miwok and was later explored by Francis Drake and then by Spanish Expedition team.

168. Echo Lake

Echo Lake
4.0 /5

238 km
from city center
168 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The glacier lake is situated in El Dorado County, California. Famous for its crystal clear blue waters in summer, the lake has two branches- the Upper Lake and the Lower Lake. In 1968, the lake was used as a training facility for the Olympic summer games.

169. BAY 101

BAY 101
4.5 /5

12 km
from city center
169 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Bay 101 is a top-notch casino in San Jose, California. It was established in 1984 and embraces two casino floors and 49 card tables for poker players. The place manifests an enjoyable and charming ambience. Also, smoking is prohibited in this casino. Bay 101 Casino hosts a broad range of enticing card games and regular tournaments like Texas Hold'Em, 21 Century Buster Black, Pai Gow, etc. for all its visitors. This casino is apt for everyone from a newbie player to a professional one. And most importantly, the place is open 24/7, with no limits on your entertainment!

170. Cache Creek Casino Resort

Cache Creek Casino Resort
5.0 /5

110 km
from city center
170 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Cache Creek is a Casino and Resort situated in the Capay Valley of Northern California. This place is equidistant from the Yocha Dehe Golf Club and Capay Valley Vineyard, just one mile apart. Yocha Dehe Golf club is a championship golf club to test your skills. And the Capay Valley Vineyard is an award-winning winery producing the finest wine of California. You can comfortably visit these places while you have been to this resort. It is a luxury hotel comprising a casino, multiple restaurants, bars, a spa, gym, outdoor pools, and much more.

171. Club 1923

Club 1923
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
171 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Club 1923 is a top-tier location at the memorial coliseum. Here, the members can enjoy USC game day. The club opens from about two hour earlier the kick-off up to one-hour after the game. It was established in 2019 as an accolade to the year in which the Coliseum opened. The coliseum is regarded as a civic pride hallmark, that is a memorial to the L.A. Veterans of World War I. It is situated at the new Scholarship Club Tower, above the classic coliseum.

172. Colusa Casino Resort

Colusa Casino Resort
4.5 /5

178 km
from city center
172 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Colusa Casino Resort has been a distinguished location in Northern California for more than 30 years. It is a favored casino, entertainment, and gateway spot around the Sacramento and Bay Area. This resort is conveniently located around the other popular attractions. It is three miles from the Colusa-Sacramento River state recreation area, and five miles apart from Colusa Golf and Country Club. This unique destination has a luxurious AAA Diamond rated hotel, a casino, a spa, and a salon.

173. Graton Resort & Casino

Graton Resort & Casino
4.5 /5

84 km
from city center
173 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Graton Resort & Casino is an amazing destination in Sonoma County amid the hills of Northern California. This resort offers an absolute experience, featuring slot machines, table games, an elite dining segment, and other outdoor entertainment. They also serve with unmatched hospitality. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a health hub, an elite spa, and a live event center.

174. Harrah's Resort Southern California

Harrah's Resort Southern California
4.5 /5

704 km
from city center
174 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Harrah's Resort is a lively hotel and casino located at California's Valley Centre. Here, the Casino has over 1600 slot machines, beyond 58 table games such as Roll to win craps, Asian poker, etc. and a sports bar. You can try your luck at popular poker games in this 59,000 sq. ft. Casino floor. Winning benefits and privileges can be extended to shopping rewards and other great offers. This casino is well-known as Southern California's largest varied video poker location.

175. Jackson Rancheria Casino and Hotel

Jackson Rancheria Casino and Hotel
4.5 /5

162 km
from city center
175 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Jackson Rancheria Casino Hotel is located at the Sierra Foothills. It is open 24 hours and provides free parking and Wifi. The Casino features 1600 slot and video machines, around 36 gaming tables, and round the clock cardroom. Coming to the dining segment, it embraces the Fisherman's buffet, California Grill, Asian Grill, Lone Wolf restaurant & bar, and Margaret's bakery & cafe. and a fast-food restaurant. Other facilities include a heated outdoor pool, two hot tubs, a lobby, a gym, and a coffee bar. The premises are fully wheelchair accessible. You can also enjoy occasional live events.

176. Lucky Chances Casino

Lucky Chances Casino
4.5 /5

11 km
from city center
176 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Lucky Chances Casino is located in the city of Colma at the South of San Francisco. This casino is operated by Lucky Chances, Inc. It offers on-site gambling, video poker, lodging, and recreational services. This one is the largest and finest casino in the Bay Area, popular since the time of its establishment. Most people visit here for Filipino food. In the Dining segment, there is a buffet restaurant named 'Rene's Fine Dining' and a 24-hour coffee shop 'Cafe Colma'. Dining is permitted at the tables.

177. Oaks Card Club

Oaks Card Club
4.5 /5

14 km
from city center
177 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The club takes pride in being one of the oldest casinos of Northern California in the Bay Area. It was established in the 1890s. It has been a premium cardroom, constantly operating for over a hundred years. The casino offers poker gaming like Seven Card Stud, Californian Pai Gow Poker, Three card poker, & many more. They serve breakfast all day long, and gamblers get a discount of 25% on the food orders. The dining segment flaunts the Oaks Corner. It is a sports bar, restaurant, and Hofbrau.

178. San Pablo Lytton Casino

San Pablo Lytton Casino
4.5 /5

21 km
from city center
178 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The San Pablo Lytton Casino is run by the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians. Initiated as a cardroom, it upgraded into a full-scale casino with hundreds of class II machines and video bingo. The casino features 1500 slot machines. There are various popular gaming machines such as Wheel of Fortune, Black diamond, Ice on fire, and much more. Referring to the dining segment, there is a casual dining ambiance, with awesome cuisines.

179. Thunder Valley Casino Resort

Thunder Valley Casino Resort
4.5 /5

153 km
from city center
179 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Thunder Valley Casino Resort is a modern casino located in Lincoln. Here, the Casino features around 3500 slot machines, 110 casino gaming tables, poker games, and bingo. There's a 2,50,000 sq. ft. casino space with two VIP casino rooms and an ideal casino gaming environment.

180. Twin Pine Casino Hotel

Twin Pine Casino Hotel
4.5 /5

108 km
from city center
180 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Twin Pine Casino is situated in the southern part of Lake County Wine region and the North of Napa Valley in Middletown, California. This casino was established in 1994, and it is run by Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians. Over the years, it expanded to a developed casino and a three-story hotel. It is a premium casino in the wine country. The decorations are as per the winery theme, and they host several wine events and celebrations across the year.

181. Yerba Buena Island

Yerba Buena Island
5.0 /5

6 km
from city center
181 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Yerba Buena Island stands in the Bay of San Francisco, amid the Californian cities San Francisco and Oakland. The name of this Island is said to be inspired from the pueblo of Yerba Buena, whose name is taken from the plant 'Yerba Buena' (a local species of the mint family) which is plentiful in that region. The word Yerba Buena corresponds to a Spanish word meaning Good herb. Over the passing decades, the island was called with different names that are Sea-Bird Island, Goat Island, and the Wood Island.

182. Bair Island

Bair Island
5.0 /5

33 km
from city center
182 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Bair Island is a swampland spread over 3,000 acres in Redwood City, California. It is adjacent to the Steinberger slough in the northwest and the Redwood Creek in the southeast. This is the largest island in the South Bay. It encompasses three islands - Inner, Middle, and Outer Islands. This Island is a part of Don Edward San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge manages the whole Island group.

183. Bay Farm Island

Bay Farm Island
5.0 /5

17 km
from city center
183 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Bay Farm Island is a district of the Californian city of Alameda. Regardless, the Island is isolated from the rest of the Alameda city region by a delta of San Leandro Bay. As the name denotes, this island was an isle farm earlier from the 20th century, which was primarily cultivated for producing asparagus. Due to this fact, the Island was also known as Asparagus Island. Further, huge oyster beds also flourished, that were dispensed to the restaurants of San Francisco. Bay Farm Island was transformed into a peninsula by a landfill project in the 1950s decade. It is now linked to Oakland city and its International Airport.

184. Brooks Island

Brooks Island
4.5 /5

15 km
from city center
184 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Brooks Island is largely a flat piece of land in San Francisco Bay, situated in the South of Richmond Inner Harbor in Richmond, California. It is stretched out from a 160 ft. lofty round hill, called the Jefferds Hill. In 1853, this island got its name Brooks Island in maps of California. Originally, it was named as Isla de Càrmen, by a Spanish explorer. Over the past, it has also been called the Rocky Island, Sheep Island, and Bird Island.

185. Mussel Rock

Mussel Rock
4.5 /5

14 km
from city center
185 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Mussel Rock is a rocky formation seaward the Daly City, on the coastline of San Mateo County, California. Mussel Rock encompasses a large rock and several smaller rocks of a specific kind as a pile pattern, in which the Rocky headland is roughly eroded, leaving small islands. The region above Mussel rock contains precipitous ridges. This area experiences recurring landslides, menacing the residents in a subsection above this area. Mussel Rock is majorly known for being the spot that is nearest to the epicenter of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, the place where the San Andreas Fault penetrates the San Francisco Peninsula from the northwest.

186. San Pedro Rock

San Pedro Rock
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
186 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

San Pedro is a rocky formation and a small island as a starting point of San Pedro in Pacifica in the San Mateo County at the San Francisco Bay Area. It is one of the beautiful islands in Californian, rendering picturesque views of the sea, Pedro point headlands, and Daly city. It can be regarded as a rocky beach. San Pedro features astonishing geographical formations and a wonderful coastal cave.

187. Belvedere Island

Belvedere Island
4.5 /5

12 km
from city center
187 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Belvedere Island is a stony island amid the San Francisco Bay in Marin County, California. A portion of the Belvedere town is situated on this island. It was previously segregated from the mainland by a swamp, anyway since it has been connected by two forelands. This island is made up of Franciscan Sandstone and Franciscan Greenstone, as examined by the US Geological Survey.

188. Año Nuevo Island

Año Nuevo Island
4.5 /5

44 km
from city center
188 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Año Neuvo Island is a small island on the coast of Northern California, offshore the Año Neuvo Point. It sits between San Francisco and Santa Cruz. This 9 acres island is conserved as a segment of Año Nuevo State Reserve. The Año Neuvo Island has an ecological significance. It is identified as a major breeding place for endangered Steller's Sea Lions and Northern elephant seals.

189. Seal Rock

Seal Rock
4.5 /5

9 km
from city center
189 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Seal Rock is a small group of rocky islands in the Lands End region of the Outer Richmond District in Western San Francisco, California. The name 'Seal Rock' is inspired from the populous Steller's Sea Lions and Californian Sea Lions, hauling out here. This island sits at the Northern edge of the Ocean beach, near the Sutro Bath Ruins and the Cliff house, just at the Pacific Ocean shoreside.

190. Red Rock Island

Red Rock Island
4.5 /5

17 km
from city center
190 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Standing amid the San Francisco Bay, the Red Rock Island is a 5.8-acres unpopulated island. It is situated in the South of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. It is the only island in San Francisco Bay that has private ownership. The borders of three counties - San Francisco, Contra Costa, and Marin coincide on the island.

191. Marin Islands

Marin Islands
4.5 /5

21 km
from city center
191 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Marin Islands are two small islands, namely East Marin and West Marin in San Rafael Bay (an embayment of San Pablo Bay), Marin County, California. The islands are located at the shoreside of the City of San Rafael, in the north of the San Francisco Bay Area. Marin Island pair embodies Marin Islands National Wildlife Refuge (1992).

192. Greco Island

Greco Island
4.5 /5

5 km
from city center
192 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Greco Island is a marshland in California's Redwood City. The San Francisco Bay edges the eastern and northern extremities of the island. While the Redwood Creek edges the western and the Westpoint Slough edge the southern side of the island. It is a segment of the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has the ownership of this island.

193. The Brothers Island

The Brothers Island
4.0 /5

5 km
from city center
193 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Brothers is a pair of two small Islands, namely East Brother and West Brother, in the San Rafael Bay (an embayment of San Pablo Bay) in Contra Costa County, California. The Brothers are around 1000 ft. away from the Point San Pablo. East Brother Island has a three-story lighthouse. The top region of East Brother Island was ruined to construct a room for a light station.

194. Angel Island State Park

Angel Island State Park
5.0 /5

10 km
from city center
194 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Angel Island State Park is situated on Angel Island, which is the largest island in the San Francisco Bay, California. This island park offers scenic views of the sea, the SF Skyline, the Marin headlands, and the surrounding Bay area. There are many hiking and biking trails to have fun. Various recreational options are available in this park, including the campsites for camping. Long ago the Angel Island was a hunting spot for the tribal inhabitants. Also, the island has around a century-long military history.

195. Golden Gate Park

Golden Gate Park
5.0 /5

6 km
from city center
195 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Golden Gate Park is a large city park in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Recreation & Parks Development looks after the administration of this park since 1871. It consists of more than 1,000 acres of public grounds to explore. The park features gardens, museums, lakes, flowers, trees, birds, and wildlife. The Golden Gate Park has ten lakes, including the Stow Lake, Mallard lake, & the Lloyd lake.

196. Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park
5.0 /5

3 km
from city center
196 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Washington Square Park is among the renowned parks of New York City. It is a public park in the Greenwich Village region of lower Manhattan. The park has its name after the honorable man George Washington, former President of America. The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation (NYC Parks) looks after the administration of this 9.75 acres park.

197. Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park
5.0 /5

3 km
from city center
197 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Pioneer Park is a hilltop city park in San Francisco. In 1876, Pioneer Park was established in the celebration of the U.S. Centennial, at the top of Telegraph Hill, which was earlier a marine telegraph station. This 4.89 acres park offers beautiful views of the city and the Bay area. The park features a large statue of Christopher Columbus, Coit Tower, and resting benches, and Filbert and Greenwich steps.

198. Mission Dolores Park

Mission Dolores Park
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
198 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

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.

199. Presidio of San Francisco

Presidio of San Francisco
4.5 /5

5 km
from city center
199 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Presidio is a national park next to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It is a must-visit destination of San Francisco. This 1500 acres park area was a former military post. It is a renowned outdoor recreation spot. The park features miles of trails, large forest areas, historical buildings, and splendid views of the surroundings. The Historical buildings enclose the Walt Disney Family Museum, restaurants, and businesses such as the Lucasfilm.

200. Muir Woods National Monument

Muir Woods National Monument
4.5 /5

20 km
from city center
200 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Muir Woods is the United States' National Monument at Mount Tamalpais, close to the Pacific coast, in the southwestern Marin County, California. It is administered by the National Park Service. It got this name on the name of naturalist John Muir. The chief attraction of the Muir Woods is the coast redwood trees, known for their great height. It protects around 249-acres area of old coast redwood forests.

201. Bernal Heights Park

Bernal Heights Park
4.5 /5

4 km
from city center
201 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Bernal Heights is a hillside park situated in the southeast of San Francisco. The park is at 400 ft. height, which imparts 360 degrees scenic view of the notable sights of San Francisco like the downtown, SF Skyline, the Sutro Tower, and the surrounding Bay Area. This peak was formed due to the collision of the Pacific and Northern American plates. It lies on the bedrocks. Bernal Heights Park sits between a residential area.

202. Salesforce Park

Salesforce Park
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
202 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Salesforce Park is a city park in downtown, San Francisco. This 5.4 acres rooftop park sits atop of the Salesforce transit center, above Salesforce Plaza. It is stretched over four blocks and has a delightful landscape. This public park features grassy lawns, swaying fountains, curved walking pathways, with benches lined up along, an amphitheater, and a children's playground. There's the main plaza which is an open space, a walkable grassy floor.

203. Grandview Park

Grandview Park
4.5 /5

5 km
from city center
203 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Grandview Park is a small overhead park in the Sunset District, San Francisco, California. The locales also call this park 'Turtle hill'. The park offers spectacular views of downtown San Francisco, Marin Headlands, the Pacific Ocean, and the Sutro Tower. It lies in the center of SF city, Regardless of the compact size, this 3.98 acres park holds botanical and geological significance.

204. Buena Vista Park

Buena Vista Park
4.5 /5

2 km
from city center
204 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Buena Vista is a public park in the Buena Vista and Haight-Ashbury heights neighborhood. The park is located in the center of the city and offers spectacular views of the San Francisco city from the top of lush slopes. This park is spread across 36-acres, and is the oldest park in San Francisco. It is a place for recreation, to enjoy the outdoors, and spend time with your loved ones.

205. Patricia's Green In Hayes Valley

Patricia's Green In Hayes Valley
4.0 /5

0 km
from city center
205 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Patricia's Green is an active city park situated in Octavia Boulevard, amid Hayes street and Fell street, San Francisco, California. It features a public space, playground, picnic tables, and an occasionally changing art arena. This park is one of the most popular outdoor spots in Hayes Valley. Patricia's Green name is taken from the name of a local activist Patricia Walkup. In the 1990s, she founded the Hayes valley neighborhood association to clean up the area after the 1989 earthquake and rebuild it to a public park.

206. Alamo Square Park

Alamo Square Park
4.0 /5

1 km
from city center
206 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Alamo Square Park is a city park amid a residential area in the city of San Francisco, California. This 12.7-acre park spans about four city blocks atop of a hill. The Alamo Square park is named after the solitary cottonwood tree, referred to as Alamo in Spanish. The park is bounded by Steiner street in the east, Scott street in the west, Fulton Street in the north, and Hayes Street in the south.

207. Anthony Chabot Regional Park

Anthony Chabot Regional Park
4.0 /5

26 km
from city center
207 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

Anthony Chabot Regional Park is situated in the hills of Oakland, Northern California. This 3,304-acre park offers camping and various other outdoor recreational activities. It is among the most varied parks in the district. There are miles of delightful hiking, cycling, and riding trails to explore, passing through the grassland, chaparrals, the shady eucalyptus groves, and along the breezy shores of Lake Chabot.

208. Ina Coolbrith Park

Ina Coolbrith Park
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
208 out of 208
places to visit in San Francisco

The Ina Coolbrith Park is a park in the Russian Hill neighborhood, at the intersection of the Vallejo and Taylor streets. The park lies on the Russian hillside facing towards the east. It is a clean and quiet park with beautiful views of the city. It offers marvelous views of downtown San Francisco, the North beach, the Oakland Bay Bridge, and the San Francisco Bay area. You can enjoy great views of the Coit Tower, Alcatraz, and the financial district also.

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