Joe DiMaggio Playground
651 Lombard St, San Francisco, CA 94133
This is a children heaven. Delicate ground, fun things to hop on. The office covers a whole square with a pool as well!
This park has bocce courts, ball courts and tennis courts alongside an extraordinary play territory for children. There is additionally an indoor pool.
Extraordinary tennis courts and the sky is the limit from there. A standout amongst the best grounds in SF.
This spot is marvelous! Inside strolling separation of Pier 39. Completely gated with one passageway is extraordinary for watching out for your children. There is a wide assortment of play area hardware and a good time for them to appreciate. Pleasant spot to give the children a chance to pursue a crash into the city.
Youngsters went wild climbing and sliding and additionally climbing and the running and sliding and clean bathrooms all in a similar zone! Taking pictures are hard in light of the fact that they all turn out foggy! The children didn’t back off for the hour we were there!
Simple to discover and free!
On the off chance that your going with minimal ones and they need a break, this is an extraordinary spot for them to come in and go around and discover recognition. Swings for little children, a climbing region, slides, and stairs to climb. Beside the little park is a ball court.
This park was an incredible spot to give the children a chance to play and get a little rest for my feet. This park is excellent and has an A+ play zone.
Fun, out of control, wonderful park and play area. Delicate ground for the littles, play regions for of all shapes and sizes youngsters. Safe with a fence and locked door. In the core of North Beach so stopping can be precarious. Likewise has genuinely clean open bathroom. Library adjacent and espresso over the road. Great people viewing. Love this park.
- The National Shrine of Saint Francis of Assisi on Vallejo Street.
- Saints Peter and Paul Church on the north side of Filbert Street in front of Washington Square.
- The Academy of Art University, across the street from Pier 39.
- The San Francisco Art Institute in the northern end of North Beach, on Russian Hill
- John Yehall Chin Elementary School