Park Day at Dolores Park

San Francisco Dolores Park

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Dolores is usually the sunniest spot in the city and offers up an amazing mix of SF’s characters, all having fun.

If the sun is shining, and you’re in the mood for playing around with friends in one of SF’s many amazing parks, Dolores should be at the top of your list. With amazing views of downtown, huge tiered lawn areas, tennis courts, basketball courts, a brand new playground, and easy access to some of the city’s best restaurants and cafes, it’s the epicenter of the weekend park scene.

Pack List

  • Picnic supplies
  • A good blanket or chairs
  • Your favorite beverages
  • Your favorite lawn games
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Activities:

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Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

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Features:

Adult Beverages
Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
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2 months ago

Favorite Way To Spend A Day In SF!

I am a resident of SF and this is my absolute favorite way to spend a sunny weekend day in the city!

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about 1 year ago

DP Gentrification

Filled with SF transplants and tourists but hey, at least the bathrooms have warm water...

about 1 year ago

about 1 year ago

Beautiful

Dope spot!!

about 1 year ago

over 2 years ago

Enjoy the truffles.

over 2 years ago

almost 3 years ago

Get a fresh coconut with rum in it.

almost 3 years ago

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