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One of the city's most popular park located between the Mission District and the Castro/Noe Valley neighborhoods. On sunny afternoons people flock to the park to play, picnic, lounge, walk their dogs, and enjoy spectacular views of the city's...more
Dolores Park has a wonderful view of the SF city skyline, and on a good clear day, it's hard to beat. The downfall of this park is the people that it attracts. You are surrounded by sketchy homeless people and drug addicts. I've seen many...More
Mostly a city park frequented by locals, but the upper part at top of hill has wonderful view of downtown with trees in foreground. Worth stopping by if you're in 18th Street and Mission area. Good children's playground. Have nice concerts and events in this...More
We quickly took a bus to 17th Mission Street prior to making our way to the airport via the BART on 16th Mission Street. We did the gentle stroll as recommended by the Lonely Planet book for San Francisco. Lots of pretty wall paintings to...More
We got takeout and stopped by to eat here on our last day in the city. It was busy but lots of open space to sit and relax. Excellent city views too.
Dogs everywhere (they have off leash areas) and they were so freakin cute...More
From burritos to bicyclists, the Mission is the foundation for all things hip in the city. Cultural attractions, an independent arts community, sumptuous street murals and a high density of bars and cafes make this neighbourhood a magnet for young people. While terrific inexpensive food is abundant, its top-of-the-line restaurants now compete with the city’s best for fashionable diners. Indulge as the
locals do by heading to Mission Dolores Park, buy some ice cream, and savor one of the most diverse neighbourhoods in the country.
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West of 101 is a vast area and safety is a relative issue, right? Essentially nowhere in the USA is safe if you consider mass shootings that can happen in nursery schools or country music concerts. As a long time resident... More
West of 101 is a vast area and safety is a relative issue, right? Essentially nowhere in the USA is safe if you consider mass shootings that can happen in nursery schools or country music concerts. As a long time resident in SF, I feel safe in Dolores Park of course....and have taken my own child and nieces and nephews there to play. As for bicycling -- people bicycle everywhere in the City. One must be aware always -- traffic, being a tourist lure etc. But that is a global responsibility.