By Michael Durand
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department held a community event on July 20 to celebrate the re-opening of Golden Gate Heights Park after a $2.8 million makeover.
“With a design inspired by its wooded surroundings, a nature play area to spark creativity, and a dramatic spiral tower soaring above it all, the newly renovated playground at Golden Gate Heights Park has opened to the public,” Rec. and Park said in a press release.
The redesign also includes a climbing wall, monkey bars, slide, basket swing, spinner, rolling arches and spring disc steps.
The renovation is part of the Let’sPlaySF! campaign, which is a partnership between Rec. and Park and the SF Parks Alliance. The mission is to “transform the City’s 13 most timeworn playgrounds into dynamic hubs for creativity and family life,”
The press release describes the park as “a nature exploration area, created by re-purposing logs and other natural materials, that offers opportunities for unstructured play and discovery. A combination of natural challenges and loose parts helps children negotiate risk while stimulating creativity, teamwork and appreciation of nature.”
Golden Gate Heights Park is located along Rockridge Drive in the Inner Sunset, between Funston and 14th avenues, and between Quintara and Pacheco streets.
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