San Francisco Parks
It’s nice when the one you love can still surprise you.
Like parking spots but for humans, these circles are meant to keep people at a safe distance while soaking up some sun.
It has a rich and thrilling past, which includes the birthplace of Twitter and setting the stage for an Oscar-winning performance.
A look at civil engineer William Hammond Hall’s urban masterpiece.
Weekend crowds were last straw for public health officials pushing to drive down COVID-19 spread.
Many hope the 80,000-square-foot property, for sale for the first time in nearly a century, will become California’s newest state park.
Coyotes and bison live here.
"The trees have become the only consistent image and show of strength and comfort during these troubled times."
Home to the only overnight campsite in San Francisco—and so much more.
Closure extends Hayes Valley park and could help combat driver-related deaths.
San Francisco is a mecca for families, with a laundry list of kid-friendly attractions that go way beyond the cliched tourist destinations (we're looking at you, Alcatraz). Here are the 30 best.
Appeals court bolsters Vinod Khosla’s years-long crusade against surfers.
Ever so grand.
Towering 2008 piece faces demolition due to maintenance costs
The designer green space will connect people from Crissy Field to the Presidio.
Look up—or duck and cover.
This delayed development adjacent to Oracle Park will feature public space and over 1,000 homes
From rope swinging into Bass Lake to taking a dip in the Contra Loma swim lagoon, these are the best—and cheapest—places to swim in the Bay Area.
Big cat is unlikely to bother humans.
Board of Supervisors voted to rename Julius Khan playground last year.
"Signal," a 25-foot piece under construction, will invite residents to get up close with the remains of the old eastern span
Cloud computing giant is city’s biggest renter, not owner
Evicted from Treasure Island, annual concert festival derailed by fight between bay guardian group and Port of Oakland.
Discover some of the city’s most lush and tranquil spots.
"#Tweetups," as the company now brands them, are a revival of an older yet welcome installation.
"This highly toxic rodenticide, it’s like dropping a nuclear bomb on this island."
But the gondola will—at last–be available for rides.