Mission Dolores Park258 Votes Currently Open
This 16 acre park is very popular with local youngsters. It is surrounded by the culturally diverse neighborhoods of The Castro and the Mission District. Historically, the park used to be a Jewish Cemetery. In the aftermath of the 1906 quake, it became the refugee camp for the hopeless. Today, it has 6 tennis courts, a basketball court, soccer fields, a playground, and public restrooms. Festivals, performances and events such as the Cinco de Mayo celebrations, San Francisco Mime Troupe performance, and the Hunky Jesus pageant are frequently held here. On a regular day, you’ll find people picnicking, dog-walking or simply lounging.
How to Reach Mission Dolores Park
- Streetcar J stop Right Of Way/20th St
- Bus 33 stop Church St & 18th St
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1.1% of people who visit San Francisco include Mission Dolores Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
80% of people start their Mission Dolores Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Mission Dolores Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mission Dolores Park