The Bay Area features some of the nation's most pristine parkland, let alone so close to 7 million people. If you come to San Francisco and don't go on a hike, well... you're going to have to come back. With 3,000 ft. mountains to climb for spectacular panoramas, groves of the tallest trees on earth begging to be explored, and the sea, oh the glorious sea and its wildlife all within an hour's drive of The City, you must be glued to a desk chair if you don't get outside on your visit to SF.
Stanyan & Fulton Sts
(Great Highway at Fulton St)
1,000+ acres of green retreat in the heart of the city... read more
Located one mile south of the Tiburon Peninsula
Old Mason Street
off Marina Blvd.
18th and Guerrero
24 Willie Mays Plaza
At Lincoln Boulevard
Presidio beach with views of the Golden Gate Bridge... read more
221 4th Street, San Francisco, CA
970 47th Avenue
Corner of 47th Avenue & Fulton Street
Embarcadero and Powell St
Legendarily inescapable prison worth the tourist crowds... read more