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All reviews great highway cliff house golden gate park sand dollars nice beach sutro baths rip tides soft sand kite flying surfing spot watch your step western end great place to walk public transit lands end waves safeway
...and got what I came for!!
I came early morning aiming for low tide so I could find empty sand dollars a few hours before my flight. Wasn't sure I'd find any and if it'd be worth the visit as the beach wasn't supposed to...More
Between high surfcausing rip currents and a cold ocean keeping the fog near, there was not much to this beach. I am sure, with some sun, it would be worth a repeat visit, but this is more of a kiter's dream.
Wow! What a beautiful beach. We first explored the cave and then we worked our way to the other side of the beach. Climbing on the rocks can be a little dangerous so I would start from the other side of the beach. If you...More
Ocean Beach in San Francisco runs for over two miles. From the Cliff House to beyond the foot of Sloat Blvd across from the San Francisco Zoo. The depth of the beach depends on the tides and the winds.
A great spot to relax and...More
While exploring the area around Golden Gate Park, we came across this beach, where we could stop and relax on the sandy beach from our excursions through SF. Beach can also be reached by public transport.
Visiting San Francisco can be a bit stressful. Lots of people and little space. Ocean Beach is the perfect antidote.
This beach is never crowded, there is tons of FREE long term parking. Fresh air, ocean view.
No it's not Hawaii, but it is a...More
Civic Center is the seat of power for all things government and performance-related in the city. Although its streets are best walked during daytime, numerous cultural gems are within close proximity to one another. The symphony, opera, ballet, and jazz center offer year round entertainment within the shadow of the city’s Beaux-Arts crown jewel: the gold tipped dome of City Hall.
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Yes there is a free parking lot along side the beach and parking on the side streets. Can be a bit crowded on sunny weekends. As with all parking near tourist sights in San Francisco, it is best not to have luggage or... More
Yes there is a free parking lot along side the beach and parking on the side streets. Can be a bit crowded on sunny weekends. As with all parking near tourist sights in San Francisco, it is best not to have luggage or valuables visible through your windows. Fewer break-in's than downtown