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|Name||Hours||Phone||Address||City||State||Zip||Type||Park Sevice Area||District||ADA||Parking||Restrooms||Acreage||SqFt||Latitiude||Longitude||Description||Photo URL|
|Bernal Heights Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 695-5007||500 Moultrie St||San Francisco||CA||94110||Park, Rec Center||PSA 6||District 9||Accessible||No||Yes||5,009||37.7382338||-122.4160959||
Beloved by local families, this welcoming neighborhood center is particularly busy after Story Hour at Bernal Heights Public Library. Parents often socialize over coffee while their children frolic in the fenced playground and sandbox, and just about every kid on the Hill learns to ride a bike on this blacktop.
The newly renovated clubhouse and gym offer a variety of afterschool and Tiny Tot programs for young ones, along with Open Gym hours for everyone.
|Betty Ong Rec Center||(415) 359-9103||1199 Mason St||San Francisco||CA||94108||Park, Rec Center||PSA 1||District 3||Accessible||No||Yes||15,596||37.7942364||-122.4116283||
After nearly 60 years of serving one of the most densely populated neighborhoods in San Francisco, Chinese Recreation Center recently underwent a major renovation, that transformed the center into a state-of-the-art recreation destination. The center is now open to the public.
|Eureka Valley Rec Center||9am to 9pm||(415) 831-6810||100 Collingwood St||San Francisco||CA||94114||Park, Rec Center||PSA 5||District 8||Accessible||No||Yes||1.93||37.7597896||-122.4364807||
Choose from a wide selection of groups, clubs and classes at this vibrant community center in the Castro District. After a full renovation, the indoor basketball court and play area look brand new again. The auditorium, gym, lobby, activity room and mezzanine were also remodeled.
Outside, the baseball diamond, tennis court and enclosed dog run were all remodeled, along with the children’s playground. Kids frolic safely on the modern play equipment, surrounded by a low fence and soft rubber floor. The surface design was inspired by “The Wizard of Oz,’ complete with yellow brick road.
|Gene Friend Rec Center||(415) 554-9532||270 6th St||San Francisco||CA||94103||Park, Rec Center||PSA 2||District 6||Accessible||No||Yes||1.02||37.7786393||-122.4063519||
Youth programs play a starring role at this busy Recreation Center in the SOMA neighborhood. Facilities include a full indoor gymnasium, activity room, weight room, auditorium, outdoor basketball court and playground. Badminton and volleyball courts, ping pong and foosball tables, too.
|Glen Park Rec Center||(415) 337-4705||Bosworth & O'Shaughnessy||San Francisco||CA||94131||Rec Center||PSA 5||District 8||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||14,820||37.7370968||-122.4408167||
For decades, locals have enjoyed the beautiful natural landscape and varied recreational offerings at the historic Glen Canyon Park. In recent years, residents have voiced the need for renovating the park and in 2008, voted to allocate nearly $6 million to preserve the park’s natural features and improve existing facilities.
|Hamilton Rec Center||5am to Midnight||(415) 292-2111||1900 Geary Blvd||San Francisco||CA||94115||Park, Rec Center||PSA 2||District 5||Accessible||No||Yes||3.22||37.7844149||-122.4360393||
Park is now open! The $17-million improvement project rebuilt the Recreation Center, swimming pool, playground and athletic courts.
|Joseph Lee Rec Center||(415) 970-9204||1395 Mendell St||San Francisco||CA||94124||Park, Rec Center||PSA 3||District 10||Accessible||No||Yes||0.78||17,450||37.7345349||-122.3894120||
Visit this thriving community center in the Bayview District and you’ll find a wide selection of games, sports, programs and classes. Play basketball, ping-pong, tetherball or air hockey. Join a pickup game on the multipurpose field or sign up for an arts & crafts workshop at the clubhouse.
|Minnie & Lovie Ward Rec Center||5am to Midnight||(415) 337-4710||650 Capitol||San Francisco||CA||94112||Park, Rec Center||PSA 4||District 11||Accessible||No||Yes||10.30||37.7157702||-122.4575702||
Choose from a wide selection of programs and classes at this sparkling new Recreation Center. The renovated building includes a gymnasium, community room, teen center, multipurpose rooms, arts and crafts room, preschool, kitchen and weight room. A large central courtyard provides additional gathering space. The Rec Center shares a 10-acre park with baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts. The play structures, entry plaza, picnic and BBQ areas, and paths have also been upgraded.
|Mission Rec Center||(415) 695-5012||2450 Harrison St||San Francisco||CA||94110||Park, Rec Center||PSA 6||District 9||Accessible||Yes||Yes||9,873||37.7581968||-122.4128127||
Mission Recreation Center is the hub for recreational activities in the Mission. Mission Recreation Center offers a indoor gymnasium, which is used for basketball, volleyball, indoor-soccer and many more sports. We also have a newly expanded fitness center, which includes treadmills, stair masters, ellipticals and so much more. There is also Boxing Ring, 2 Racquetball/Handball courts, weight room table tennis and a children’s play area.
|Moscone Rec Center||6am to 11pm||(415) 292-2045||1800 Chestnut St||San Francisco||CA||94123||Park, Rec Center||PSA 1||District 2||Accessible||No||Yes||12.07||9,650||37.8021249||-122.4331353||
Find activities and programs for all ages at this full-service Rec Center in the Marina District. The popular facility includes an indoor gym, community rooms, two play areas, a basketball court, two tennis courts, four ball diamonds, a putting green and fully renovated playground.
Local legend has it that Joe DiMaggio took Marilyn Monroe for a stroll in this park just hours before they tied the knot at City Hall. Formerly known as Funston Park, it was renamed for Mayor Moscone, who was assassinated in 1978.
|Palega Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 831-6828||500 Felton St||San Francisco||CA||94134||Park, Rec Center||PSA 3||District 9||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||4.97||18,397||37.7293421||-122.4097800||
Visit this recently renovated and thriving community center for a wide selection of games, sports, programs and classes, including after school activities for kids. Join a pickup game on the basketball court or soccer field, or take your frisky pup for a run. The large, inviting playground has climbing structures bordered by beautiful trees. Tennis courts, athletic fields and picnic areas are also available.
|Potrero Hill Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 695-5009||801 Arkansas St||San Francisco||CA||94107||Park, Rec Center||PSA 2||District 10||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||10.07||18,805||37.7561397||-122.3968818||
Choose from an extensive menu of classes and programs at this welcoming community hub. Outdoors, enjoy the playground, baseball field, basketball court, dog play area, ball fields, two lighted tennis courts, picnic tables and BBQ grills. The lower play area was recently renovated and more improvements are coming soon. The Rec Center also has a gymnasium, stage and auditorium.
|Richmond Rec Center||(415) 831-6848||251 18th Ave||San Francisco||CA||94121||Park, Rec Center||PSA 1||District 1||Limited Wheelchair Access||Yes||Yes||0.82||18,470||37.7832700||-122.4779768||
Parents love the summer day camp, afterschool and Tiny Tots programs at this dynamic neighborhood Rec Center. Popular ping-pong tables and special community events are two more reasons to visit the only municipal gym in the Richmond District.
|St. Mary’s Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 695-5006||Murray & Justin Dr||San Francisco||CA||94110||Park, Rec Center||PSA 6||District 9||Accessible||Yes||Yes||13.60||22,054||37.7336583||-122.4206429||
St. Mary’s Recreation Center is a large, full-service recreation center with programs for tots, youth, adults and seniors. St. Mary’s includes a gymnasium, community rooms, sports courts, athletic fields, and the city’s largest playground for kids of all abilities.
|Sunset Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 242-1070||2201 Lawton St||San Francisco||CA||94122||Park, Rec Center||PSA 4||District 4||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||3.29||16,424||37.7565888||-122.4868470||
Residents of the Sunset District have enjoyed Sunset Recreation Center since 1940, making it a main hub of activity for kids in the outer Sunset. In response to community needs, the Recreation and Park Department is dedicating nearly $14 million of the 2008 Clean and Safe Neighborhood Parks Bond to ensure this local treasure will continue to promote good health and community togetherness through its recreational facilities. The renovation of Sunset Recreation Center is scheduled to be completed in summer 2012.
|Tenderloin Rec Center||(415) 292-2162||570 Ellis St||San Francisco||CA||94109||Park, Rec Center||PSA 2||District 6||Accessible||No||Yes||0.61||10,133||37.7848210||-122.4154023||
It’s all about youth at this lively facility, catering to the community’s large and diverse population of kids. Seven days a week, the Rec Center and adjacent playground provide a full menu of activities and programs in a safe, stimulating environment. Choose from Tiny Tots, After-School Program, arts & crafts, dance, sewing, cooking, gardening, year-round sports and more. There’s also a game court, ball diamond and child-sized gym, and a teen club every Friday night.
|Upper Noe Rec Center||6am to 10pm||(415) 970-8061||Day & Sanchez St||San Francisco||CA||94131||Park, Rec Center||PSA 5||District 8||Accessible||No||Yes||2.51||16,447||37.7424309||-122.4277975||
This lively Noe Valley hub boasts a newly renovated Recreation Center and rubber floor playground, perfect for small tots. Let your pooch frolic safely in the fenced dog run, bring your tennis racket for a serious workout, or join a pickup game on the popular basketball courts. There’s also an indoor gym, auditorium, a baseball diamond, picnic area, patio and multipurpose field.