April 16, 2022
Crocker Amazon Playground
799 Moscow Street and Geneva
San Francisco, CA 94112
FREE! (plus food for sale at food trucks)
Eggstravaganza at Crocker Amazon Park
Saturday, April 16, 2022
Free spring event for the entire family, featuring egg hunts, live entertainment, city cars and trucks, activities and food trucks.
Our spring Eggstravaganza is making its return on Saturday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Crocker Amazon Park (799 Moscow Street). Join us for a day of free family fun, including egg hunts for kids, live entertainment, games, activities, City and County of San Francisco cars and trucks for the little ones to explore, and more. Food trucks will be available when you work up an appetite. There will be free bike valet parking courtesy of the San Francisco Bike Coalition.
Interested in volunteering for this event? We have shifts from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 12:30 to 5 p.m. for jobs monitoring egg hunts, the photo booth, resource tables, play areas and more! For more information and to sign up, click this link. Access code "Eggs."
Event Accessibility Information
Parking and passenger drop off
Crocker Amazon Park, and the surrounding neighborhood, have very limited parking, so we recommend using alternative forms of transportation. Parking is not provided for this event. There are five accessible parking spaces in the lot off Geneva Avenue, between Moscow and Brookdale. There is also space to drop someone off in this lot. Note that this lot gets very full, and you may have to wait to get in. It is approximately 1000’ along the pathway to the event from this lot
There will also be a temporary passenger loading zone on Moscow Street at Italy Avenue, alongside the park, near the two accessible parking spaces. It is approximately 350’ along the pathway to the event from this passenger drop-off zone.
Activities and performances
American Sign Language interpretation will be provided for stage performances. There will also be designated seating for ASL-users close to where interpreters will be stationed on the stage.
Most activities will take place along park pathways to help make them accessible, and there will be a roll-out pathway leading to a viewing area close to the event stage.
Front-of-line wristbands are available for guests who have difficulty tolerating extended waits in a conventional queue environment due to a disability. The wristbands are good for one front-of-line admission to each activity or ride, and the guest can bring up to five family members. You can request a front-of-line wristband from the event information booth, at the entrance to the event near the Moscow Street parking lot.
Service and Support Animals
Service and support animals are welcome, but must follow strict guidelines, such as always being under the owner’s control. If your animal does not follow the guidelines, we may ask you to remove your animal. Stop by the information booth at the entrance to the park near the Moscow Street parking lot for more information.