Mission Bay is an ongoing development of residential and business properties in the southeast quadrant of downtown San Francisco; better known to some as south of South of Market.
We acquire, manage, and preserve natural and cultural resources for all to enjoy now and into the future. Our parks are ideal for healthful recreation and environmental education.
This community park offers a playground, a tennis and basketball courts, small picnic area and a baseball diamond as well as one of two skateboard plazas in the City.
The foot of the Cleveland Cascade is on Lakeshore Avenue, between 2250 and 2300 Lakeshore Avenue.
Codornices Park offers a wide array of recreational and play opportunities in a beautiful hillside setting.
Godfrey Park was the first park on Bay Farm Island in Alameda. New play structures have been installed in the last few years. The park seems to be used for a lot of soccer games and practices since it has a huge grassy field.
A wetlands education facility perched on stilts in the salt marshes of the Hayward Shoreline. We strive to foster the connection between people and the San Francisco Bay-Estuary, by providing environmental education and recreation programs.
This garden is special. San Mateo's Japanese cultural influence is experienced no where better than the beautiful Japanese Garden.
Krusi Park is a wonderful park with lots of amenities including an awesome play structure. There are actually two play structures in separate areas.
NatureBridge provides environmental science programs for school groups, family programs, and a summer day camp in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Bordered by a lagoon, this cozy park features a swimming beach, picnic areas & a boat launch ramp.
Waterfront area featuring windsurfing, a biking trail, dog park & outdoor classrooms led by rangers.
Two multi-use synthetic turf fields (with lights) and one grass field, located off of Highway 24. A large group picnic area is available for rental.
Kids enjoy the sand playground and game courts at this longstanding community center, which has an afterschool Latchkey program.
rk with a variety of picnic and recreational areas. It's fun to watch the planes land at SFO from this park. Great place for children's birthday parties as there is a large, fun…
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful public parks and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties east of San Francisco.
One of San Francisco’s greatest treasures. Within Golden Gate Park’s 1,017 acres you’ll discover gardens, playgrounds, lakes, picnic groves, trails, and monuments, plus an array of cultural venues, events, and activities.
The Friends of Joe DiMaggio Playground is a non-profit organization made up of North Beach residents who use and care about the playground.
Lake Merritt is a focal point, it stands as the jewel of Oakland, even crowned with lights. A unique fresh and salt-water lake, the largest such lake located within an urban area consisting of 3.4 miles around the circumference of the lake.
The mission of Friends of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park is to promote understanding, historical healing and community amid change and diversity.
Shorebird Park, situated along the southern shoreline at the Berkeley Marina provides great views, the fascinating Shorebird Nature Center, picnicking sites, and children’s play areas.
One of the District's three oldest parks, Tilden has been called the jewel of the system, and its recreational activities have become a happy tradition for generations of East Bay youngsters.
There is something special here that many playgrounds do not offer – an authentic carousel. It provides a delightful center of wonder and mental stimulation, the entire Children’s Quarter is marked with youthfulness, fun, and invigorating action