- Explore Our Parks
- Points of Interest
Points of Interest
Our system feature some of the world's most iconic parks, including Golden Gate Park, the Palace of Fine Arts and Coit Tower. Dolores Park is perhaps the city's most popular and hippest parks, and boaters from across the globe dock at the San Francisco Marina Yacht Harbor. Check it out!
The EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park is a unique treasure in the Bayview Hunter’s Point Community. It is a space for environmental education, workshops, assembly and place where youth, families and community can gather and engage with nature. facility was designed to be a classroom and serve as a model of green building technology. It is an off-the-grid facility with its own solar energy system including a living roof, sustainable building materials, on-site wastewater treatment and rainwater harvesting and reuse systems. The park and facility are owned and maintained by the Port of San Francisco and operated by San Francisco Recreation and Parks.
Visit the landmark Sunnyside Conservatory and experience a piece of history. Stroll through the hundred-year-old garden, rejuvenated with a thriving collection of drought-tolerant plants, succulents and palms. The octagonal redwood building, which dates to 1900, has been completely renovated for public use. It now hosts cultural events for the community and is available for private parties by reservation.