Corona Heights Park48 Votes Currently Open
- Address: Roosevelt Way & Museum Way, San Francisco, 94114, United States
- Timings: 05:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4158312700
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Park, Walking Area, Family And Kids, Bird Watching
The best spot to start your Corono Heights walk is the Castro Street MUNI Station, from where you’ll make your way to the opposite side of 173 States Street.
The entrance is here. Closeby you’ll find a children’s park and the Randall Museum (a museum on birds). Both are worth quickly checking out. Beyond the museum a stairway will lead you up to ever windier heights. Follow the signs all the way to the top, to what is arguably the best view of San Francisco. The city lies spread out 360 degrees around and below you.
The park is home to many native animals, reptiles and plants, so keep a camera around to click pictures of the wildlife. Birdies especially will have a great time at the park.
Corona Heights Park Travel Tips
- Be careful of the itch-inducing poison oak that grows here.
How to Reach Corona Heights Park
- Bus 37 stop Roosevelt Way & Museum Way
- Bus 24 stop Castro St & 16th St
- Bus 24, 35, 37 stop Castro Street MUNI Metro Station
- K-Owl and L-Owl stop Castro Street MUNI Metro Station
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0.23% of people who visit San Francisco include Corona Heights Park in their plan
50% of people start their Corona Heights Park visit around 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Corona Heights Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Corona Heights Park
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Corona Heights Park Reviews & Ratings
I visit this park about three times a week. Because of my age, I can no longer run but I enjoy walking. Besides connecting with nature, I also enjoy families having fun. I often just sit on a bench and have been able to make a few friends my age. I hope I can still come for several years! Grand American Tires buy online San Francisco 300 Funston Ave San Francisco, CA 94118
This place has a seriously amazing view of all of San Fran! You can see basically everything except Golden Gate bridge. It isn't too hard to hike up, and is 100% worth it. I heard of another place not too far away from here where you can get a 360° view of everything, not sure where that is at though. A local just told me about it.
Loved it. Do yourself a favor. Take a chair and sit up there. And then spread your arms and your on top of the world.
A tucked away place with a great view most people overlook. The Randall Museum is free. And they have a Cafe you can purchase a snack from.
There are amazing views of the West to South to the East side of San Francisco. You also get good views of San Francisco Bay as well The hike from the park base to the top is fairly non technical. There are stairs to nearly the top. You can the scramble your way to the top of the rocks. The park is dog friendly. In the afternoon, you can see the fog roll over Sutro Tower into Now Valley. The only thing to beware of is the wind at the top. You can lose your hat.