San Francisco March 27, 2017
The Haunted Hike In San Francisco Will Send You Running For The Hills
If you visit San Francisco’s oldest park you’ll be surprised to find out it is haunted. Buena Vista Park in the Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco is full of some creepy surprises. This haunted hike features great views of the city in San Francisco’s oldest park. This beautiful area and park is known for its grand views, but darker secrets lurk.
Buena Vista Park is located at Buena Vista Ave E & Duboce Street, San Francisco, 94117
Many trails in Buena Vista Park are paved and easy to navigate, and all trails to the top are around one mile each way. However, there is a haunted factor to the hikes in Buena Vista Park.
There is a network of trails that can leave you feeling lost and disoriented. These trails have a history that includes death, drugs, and many mysteries.
Beware of the Gold Rush-era tombstones in Buena Vista Park. Why? Because there have been accounts of ghosts, odd sightings, and general unease.
The views from the top of the park are stunning. The views here show the city skyline to the east and the Golden Gate Bridge to the north.
There are even more tombstones you may not recognize all over this park. There are remains of Pioneer tombstones and grave monuments partially showing as facing for the drain gutters. Graves are everywhere here.
Some hikers have claimed they have stepped into the edge of someone’s presence without their permission.
There have been claims of ghosts from the Gold Rush era at Buena Vista park. People have felt a vague feeling of unease and fear on these trails too.
The hike here may be creepy, but it is worthwhile to walk up the hill. The hill at Buena Vista Park hill is 300 feet.
Have you been to Buena Vista Park? Let us know about your experience, especially if it was creepy. Share this story too. If you’re curious about nature in the city then check out
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