Garfield Square

Garfield Square


Garfield Pool and Clubhouse is under renovation starting November 2018, with anticipated completion in 2020. The middle section of the park will be closed to the public during construction. Please visit the Garfield Pool Renovation webpage for more information:

During construction temporary toilets will be provided near the park entrance at the corner of 25th Street and Harrison Street. Soccer Fields, Children’s Play Area, and the 26th Street Lawn will remain open during construction.

Garfield Square Closure Map

Transformed by renovations into a lively community hub, this 3.5-acre park boasts a new, artificial turf soccer field, great for league play or pickup games. The playground, clubhouse and pool have all been remodeled, along with the basketball court, picnic and BBQ areas.

Located in the heart of the Mission District, Garfield Square is a traditional gathering spot for annual Day of the Dead ceremonies. Public artworks and murals celebrate the neighborhood’s rich cultural heritage.

What's New

Garfield Pool – Construction Update

We are making great progress on the construction at Garfield Pool. The old clubhouse building has been demolished, and the pool building has been cleared. The site has been a bit muddy due to the rain, but the foundation for the new clubhouse is well underway, and the new steel … Continue reading

Garfield Pool closing for capital renovations

Dear Swimmers, COMING SOON, Garfield Pool will be closed for renovation starting Monday, October 22. The final day to swim at Garfield Pool is Sunday, October 21.  The SF Recreation & Park Department is undertaking a renovation of the Garfield Pool and Clubhouse, funded by the 2012 Clean & Safe … Continue reading

You’re Participation is Needed for the Upcoming Garfield Pool Improvements

Thanks to those who voted in favor of the 2012 Park Bond, Garfield Pool was allocated $11 million dollars for improvements. We would like the community’s feedback on what you would like. The meeting will take place in the Clubhouse next to the pool building, which is located at 26th … Continue reading

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