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The San Francisco Park That Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again

This small plot of land was once slated for development. Fortunately, the residents had a better idea. Built in 1973, this San Francisco park has the ability to bring out the kid in anyone. That’s because it’s main attraction is a pair of slides built right into the hill, a genius idea designed by a 14-year-old named Kim Clark. The Seward Mini Park and slides are a true hidden gem, tucked away in a residential part of the Castro neighborhood.

The slides are located at 30 Seward Street, San Francisco, 94114

Do you know of any other parks in San Francisco? Let us know. Also, check out This One Incredible Park In San Francisco.

J-Garr
San Francisco-based freelance writer who also works in ESL. I'm crazy about coffee, traveling, and exploring. I run a travel blog with my wife at Big & Small Travel (bigandsmalltravel.com).