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Explore Mission Bay, San Francisco

Parks & nature in Mission Bay, San Francisco

Art Gallery
“Walking trails all along the outlet of Mission Creek. Check out the last of the city house boats. Dog friendly.”
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“Right near ATT park is some wonderful scenery: landscaped walking paths along the creek, house boats, birds. Grass.”
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“Start at the ball park and simply walk along Mission Creek, a great way to take in some of the wildlife”
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“Nice place for a walk next to the bay on a sunny day away from the crowds and with plenty of parking. Walk down to The Ramp (where Mariposa meets the bay) for brunch outdoors by the boats.”
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Other Great Outdoors
“On the water side of AT&T Park, anyone can stand and watch the game for free in three arched viewing corridors. We have hot dog vendors out there and everything. It’s a real only-in-San Francisco experience with nice energy—some fans love it so much that they prefer to watch from there. This is a throwback to what they used to call a knothole view, when kids would watch games through the holes in a ballpark fence. If it’s a really in-demand game, we’ll let people watch for two or three innings, then rotate in the next group so everybody gets a shot at it. ”
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“Nice flat running/ walking trail on the water. goes from Mission Rock Resort all the way around to AT & T park where it connects to the Embarcadero. Dog friendly.”
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Gym / Fitness Centre
“A great new playground for the adventurous kids! We go there every saturday morning. Check out Spark Social for lunch!”
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Dog Run
“A park with grassy areas, plus a creek, amphitheater, esplanade, athletic courts & boating.”
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