Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, San Francisco

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  • ...,but a bit third-world-like. The park is just beyond the dirt mound that used to be Candlestick Park stadium. The bay views from park are great. Parking is easy, and there are even picnic tables. T...  more »
  • They really need to repave the roads getting to and around the park areas. I have heard this referred to as California's 1st Urban State recreation area and in the next 3-4 years it will be one of onl...  more »
  • Wonderful place for history. Usually on the cool side so dress with that in mind. We found taking our lunch and hanging out was the best.  more »
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  • Great place to go fishing, picnic and getaway. From the city.
  • Great little walk run trail along the bay. Saw lots of fishermen a few picnic tables..
  • Very good area to walk your dog and get some good exercise.
  • Great place to enjoy a quick bite alone or with friends, and then take a stroll for a little activity.
  • Great place to sit and Meditate, do Yoga, take a Walk, have a Picnic with bbq. Its a quite nice place with parking.. Theres alot of squirrels and they expect to get fed by hand..