Outdoors >Golden Gate Park
The most dangerous part about this park is the folks taking the saddle of a rental bicycle for the first time as adults. From the botanical garden to the museum to Outside Lands concert, there's a never ending list of activities to indulge in year round.
fun in the sun. The gem of the city, this Park encapsulates all that is good about SF: public space, vistas, outdoor beauty in an urban setting, free, accessible. So much to do, it could take a week to see everything there is to see in the Park.
Hands down It Golden Gate. This is the biggest most funded park in the city. It a huge place that you can spend years exploring. On a sunny day you can't bet the crowd. great place to bring the JR's.
I love to bike on Sundays. My favorite part of the park is how they close much of it to cars on Sundays -- letting bikers, skaters and walkers have free reign. Getting in and out is often difficult, but once you're settled, there's so much to do (Tea Garden, museum, aquarium, etc.).
Tough to beat!. I love running through this park every night, people watching, dog watching, whatever....there's so much to do!
Go to the Tea Garden. I love the Japanese Tea Garden! Especially during the week when it's not overrun with tourists--it's lovely in the spring when the cherry blossoms bloom. It would be even nicer if the staff serving the tea was a little less harried, and the tables not quite so sticky.
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