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

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