San Francisco August 30, 2017
It’s Impossible Not To Love This Incredible Park In San Francisco
San Francisco is a town full of quality food, history, and city parks. Here is a fun fact, San Francisco has more green space than any other municipality in the nation. Furthermore, San Francisco has 220 parks and places for you to enjoy throughout the city. Learn more about this park with iconic views, a beach, and art!
Crissy Fields Park, a former U.S. Army airfield, is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Crissy Field Address:
1199 East Beach
San Francisco, 94129
Crissy Field has breathtaking views of Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge, and the San Francisco Bay.
Crissy Field is on a 130-acre salt marsh and estuary. It was formally developed in the 1870s, and originally was considered ideal for military use especially for air operations.
Today, Crissy Fields features a vast and beautiful open space that is good for anything from picnics to outdoor activities.
Crissy Fields is ideal for recreational biking and urban hiking. The trail and path here is quite popular.
If you're a budding photographer, Crissy Fields will be an ideal place to take pictures. Practice your skills or just appreciate the beauty here.
This park is a perfect place to play frisbee, explore the sandy dunes and even if you want go to a beach. This is a park is easily accessible and made for everyone.
Enjoy the sculpture by Mark Di Suvero on the beach in Crissy Fields. This is the ideal setting for art in this iconic part of the city.
The options to explore along the foot/bike path lead to many spots like Fisherman's Wharf or Fort Mason. Walk along the water to the Warming Hut Cafe for food or beverages.
Watch this video about Crissy Fields and recent history at this iconic park.
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