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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|
|Golden Gate Park Tennis Complex||5am to Midnight||(415) 753-7001||Nancy Pelosi Dr & John F Kennedy Dr||San Francisco||CA||94117||Tennis Court, Sport Complex or Stadium||GGP||District 1||Accessible||Yes||Yes||128,590||37.7701523||-122.4589893||
Located in the heart of Golden Gate Park (just minutes away from iconic Haight-Ashbury district and the Conservatory of Flowers), lies one of San Francisco’s best kept secrets: the Golden Gate Park Tennis Complex. Established in 1901, this historic 21 court facility hosts professional level tournaments, leagues, camps, and recreational play for the city’s tennis community. Open 7 days a week, we hope you swing by the courts soon and discover this hidden gym for yourself! Please contact Facility Coordinator, Amanda Tugwell, with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get out and play!
In collaboration with SF Rec & Park and the SF Parks Alliance, SF Tennis Coalition is spearheading a public campaign to help fund the full renovation of the Golden Gate Park Tennis Center. For more information on how to get involved or about the project please go to http://www.tenniscoalitionsf.org/ggp-tennis-center-renovation/.
|Kezar Stadium||5am to Midnight||(415) 831-5500||San Francisco||CA||94102||Sport Complex or Stadium||GGP||District 5||Accessible||Yes - Lot Available||Yes||37.7670000||-122.4560000||
Kezar Stadium is a stadium located adjacent to Kezar Pavilion in the southeastern corner of Golden Gate Park. It is the former home of the San Francisco 49ers and of the San Francisco Dragons of Major League Lacrosse. It also served as the home of the California Victory of the USL First Division before the club folded. Kezar also hosts amateur and recreation sports leagues, as well as numerous San Francisco high school football games (including the city championship, known popularly as the “Turkey Bowl”).