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Dolores Park

San Francisco, CA 94110

 (415) 554-9529

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"You can get to the Golden Gate Bridge, Dolores Park, Mission District or any other part of the city."  See More

"Park sitting: Dolores Park, Fort Mason, Golden Gate Park; Presidio; Alta Vista (Full House"  See More

"Be a local and Hike Lands End, have drinks in Dolores Park and Spend an afternoon with a beer at Zeitgeist"  See More

"Again, depending on the season, you might be able to catch the Off the Grid: Picnic at the Presidio, which along with Dolores Park are popular sunny day hangouts."  See More

"Here are some suggestions for you: Ocean Beach and the Lands End Golden Gate Park Twin Peaks - see bridge to bridge views from one of SF's best vantage points Grand View Park Dolores Park Marin Headlands - I wrote a bit more about the Headlands here ."  See More

"I would highly suggest the Mission District - you can go to Dolores Park."  See More

"While in the Mission, pop by Dolores Park to get a taste of the life locals love."  See More

"Go to Dolores Park and check out the Painted Ladies (the houses from the opening credits of Full House)."  See More

"Plus, there's Dolores Park to get a great view of people in SF enjoying the sun (assuming it's a nice day)."  See More

"Dolores Park is a great place to go to feel like a local, grab some sandwiches from Ike's Place (2 blocks away) and sit and enjoy the sun the way the locals do."  See More

"Hang out in Golden Gate Park or Dolores Park."  See More

"Some highlights in and around SF are Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate Park, Baker Beach, Lands End, Ferry Building Marketplace, Mount Tamalpais, Fort Point National Historic Site, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Chinatown, Dolores Park, Twin Peaks, Angel Island and Marin Headlands."  See More

"While the Mission District is loved by locals for Dolores Park, Bi-Rite Creamery and Valencia St shops, it doesn't offer too many landmarks or monuments (which you may or may not have your heart set on seeing)."  See More

"Assuming it's a nice day, Dolores Park is a great way to see SF life for free, there are a ton of people who gather at the park to enjoy the sun."  See More

"Dolores Park is a wonderful place to be."  See More

"If it's a nice day, grab some sandwiches at Ike's Place and go sit down at Dolores Park."  See More

"Pick up some snacks at Bi-Rite Market or the Bi-Rite Creamery and head over to Dolores Park to soak up the sun."  See More

"Overly crowded Dolores Park is worth witnessing."  See More

"Best to explore on the MUNI buses (public transportation) single tickets are $2 each for each ride, so try and get a 3-day pass or something… Ride a vintage MUNI tram down Market street from the The Castro (after your visit to Dolores Park and Twin Peaks)."  See More

"Bernal Heights Park The Southwestern corner of Dolores Park Top of the Mark The View Angel Island Sunset at Sutro Baths Battery Spencer Lake Merritt"  See More

"You can stroll around window shopping and wander through some of the popup galleries, and make your way to Dolores Park for some of the best people watching in the city."  See More

"Cervecería de MateVeza is another chill bar that's right on the corner of Dolores Park."  See More

"Catch a show The Fillmore, Hike, run through the Presidio, Go see the buffalo Golden Gate Park, Bonfire Ocean Beach, lazy day Dolores Park, get some crab and garlic noodles Thanh Long, go to Outerlands on a weekday to avoid the crowds."  See More

"Do not miss a chance to check out Dolores Park."  See More

"Bring a blanket, a beer, and a burrito and find a good spot in the higher part of Dolores Park to relax and people watch."  See More

", Hayes Valley, the Western Addition, Mission Dolores (specifically right by Dolores Park), and Nob Hill."  See More

"My favorite spot in the city after a long weekend is spending a sunday afternoon at Dolores Park."  See More

"This probably isn't exactly what you had in mind, but if you are just kickin' it with some friends, I have had a really fun and peaceful time just hanging out at Dolores Park."  See More

"Any day that it's nice, you should visit Dolores Park (weather's weird around here, so it could still be nice in December, who knows)."  See More

"Any day that it's nice, you should visit Dolores Park."  See More

"Relax in Dolores Park, it's a popular spot!"  See More

"The Mission District has lots of cheap eats, and Dolores Park is a great place to chill."  See More

"A walk unto the Coit Tower but more specifically the Filbert Steps"  See More

"Grab some and walk to Dolores Park to enjoy."  See More

"Then stop by Cervecería de MateVeza to pick up some craft brews for a little picnic in Dolores Park."  See More

"Great things to do are- spend an afternoon reading and people watching in Dolores Park, get a bulgogi steak sandwich at Rhea's Deli and Grocery, get a taco at Taqueria Vallarta, have a drink atop El Techo de Lolinda, eat brunch at Foreign Cinema, there are so many things to do, just wander up and Valencia and down Mission streets and you'll see a ton."  See More

"Mission Dolores Park - if you get any sunny days bring a picnic and a bottle of champagne and lay in the sun here"  See More

"My favorite thing to do was picnic at Mission Dolores Park on the weekends."  See More

"There are some sketchy areas, but if you can find a place near Mission Dolores Park, you'll love it."  See More

"Dolores Park is one of the first things that comes to mind."  See More

"For a fun place to picnic, you have to go to Mission Dolores Park midday to picnic!"  See More

"For a fun place to picnic, you have to go to Mission Dolores Park midday to picnic!"  See More

"As far as things to do, I wouldn't call these hidden gems, but they're local things to do -- grab sandwiches at Ike's Place (call ahead, the line's insane), grab a pint of ice cream at Bi-Rite Creamery (bypass the line waiting for scoops and head straight to the fridge and cashier), maybe a bottle of wine at Bi-Rite Market across the street, then walk to Dolores Park for a picnic on a weekend afternoon."  See More

"just hang at Mission Dolores Park until after 3pm and the lines die down."  See More

"Mission Dolores Park: I know this place has a reputation for hipsters and such, but the new playground in the middle of it makes it a big family destination on the weekends now."  See More

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