Pleasant, no-liquor city park that is very little bigger than a parklet. 64 stages to the patio at top that fills in as an all encompassing vista purpose of the narrows waters from Bay Bridge to Golden Gate Bridge. Open at first light, closes at nightfall.
Incredible perspectives. The stairs in the recreation center were exceptionally steep and an incredible exercise place.
Park opens from the morning and closes at dusk.
Stunning minimal two-man park. Sentimental, comfortable, and dazzling perspectives on the two extensions, Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. Likewise, most likely the best vantage point to get a snap of Alcatraz.
Sensational perspectives from a recreation center that is actually all the more a post.
Exquisite spot for an early climb up the stairs to this marvelous vista.
Love this spot since individuals effectively miss it. So it’s a decent spot for a brief rest with a sudden view over the North cove.
Secluded and private.
It’s not a lot greater than a parking spot, however it is a standout amongst the best free perspectives in the city. There’s a perspective on the two extensions, Alcatraz island and there is a seat to plunk down while getting a charge out of the landscape. Incredible photograph Options. Ms. Westcott clearly overlooked the main issue!
Interesting, spotless and comfortable. Wonderful perspectives on the cove and partials of both Golden Gate and Bay extensions. Alcatraz and Marina can likewise be seen.
It is anything but a recreation center, it’s a network.
Super perspectives from this shrouded porch.
An incredible perspective on the city not by any stretch of the imagination a recreation center yet a serene stop.
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