A small park good for walking dogs at the corner of Gough St. and Green St. in San Francisco.
AT&T Park is the home of the San Francisco Giants.
A public park in San Francisco's Tenderloin district.
Candlestick park was originally built for the San Francisco Giants. The Giants moved out in 2000 and now the stadium is home to the San Francisco 49ers. The name was changed to Monster Park until 2008 but now has been renamed Candlestick again.
An enormous park in San Francisco stretching more than 40 blocks from the end of Haight St. to Ocean beach. Park attractions include the DeYoung Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, California Academy of Sciences, a golf course, a disc golf course, Hippie Hill, and much more.
A large park area containing a hostel and Great Meadow area perfect for picnics or other outdoor activities.
The San Francisco Maritime Historical Park operated by the National Park Service features historic ships among other attractions.
A stadium and pavillion used for basketball games and concerts in San Francisco.
The second largest park in San Francisco after Golden Gate Park is the 317 acre McLaren Park. It contains the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, a duck pond, and skate park, among other things.
A public park in San Francisco which includes La Raza Skate Park.
A public park in Hercules featuring picnic area with 14 picnic tables, a lake, jogging trail and more.
The San Francisco zoo features over 250 animal species, a historic carousel, miniature train and much more.