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This scenic section of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is a favorite for hikers, bikers and beach-goers, with rugged coastal highlands and deep sand dunes.
This scenic section of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is a favorite for hikers, bikers and beach-goers, with rugged coastal highlands and deep sand dunes. Hang gliding is quite popular here, with several shops for hang gliders in the area. Nearby is the remnants of Battery Davis, a WWII-era military defense mechanism.
San Francisco, CA, United States
A freshwater lake in the very southwestern corner of San Francisco
A large zoo with all the animals you'd expect, and then some
Home to many concerts and performances during the summer months which are free to the public, including the Stern Grove Festival
Once used for park irrigation in the past, now a scenic oddity at the western end of the park
A large sandy beach, which cater to just about every beach-going type, offering designated surfing and swimming zones, which are monitored by the local life guards
As the home of the San Francisco Model Yacht Club, one is likely to see model yachts sailing on the lake
Catch a feature at this historic independent movie house
The Moraga Street Stairs, formally the 16th Avenue Tiled Steps Project, comprise a colorful mosaic added during a 2005 renovation of the stairs, inspired by the Santa Teresa Steps in Rio de Janeiro
Sprawling over 1017 acres on San Francisco's Pacific coast, the Golden Gate Park is the largest man-made park in the world