Equestrian enthusiasts can now experience Golden Gate
Park on horseback, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today.
Dear Senator Feinstein,
You were very much involved in the defeat of the popularly supported “Proposition H, ” which would have banned artificial turf in Golden Gate Park.
Three thousand people attended the unveiling of the 30-foot-tall bronze statue of Junipero Serra in Golden Gate Park on Nov. 17, 1907, reported The San Francisco Call newspaper.
By Erin Bank This year’s three-day Outside Lands music festival in Golden Gate Park, held Aug. 9-11, was one for the history books in many ways. According to Billboard Boxscore, 205,500 tickets […]
Officials have confirmed two mountain lion sightings in San Francisco since Aug. 21, the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department announced today.
The top men and women lawn bowlers in the country will compete at the 2019 Lawn Bowling National Championships, hosted by the San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club (SFLBC) in Golden Gate Park, later this month.
Three popular attractions in Golden Gate Park will soon see “flexible” pricing rates for entrance fees charged to visitors residing outside of San Francisco on weekends, which city officials hope will raise revenue and relieve congestion.
The Prayerbook Cross in Golden Gate Park is quietly celebrating its 125th birthday this year. The mostly hidden concrete cross is located in the heart of the park surrounded by trees, above Rainbow Falls alongside John F. Kennedy Drive, just east of the Crossover Drive overpass.
Outside Lands, 2019. Photos from day three, Sunday, Aug. 11.
Photos from day one of the Outside Lands concert in Golden Gate Park. Friday, Aug. 9, 2019.
Just east of the Children’s Playground carousel in Golden Gate Park stands a red-and-white painted barn built in 1943 as part of a small petting zoo with a barnyard theme. The zoo once had a goat, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs, sheep and, as seen above in 1948, a “Rabbitville” with a fire station, hotel and school.
When visitors stroll around the Golden Gate Park Concourse, containing the de Young Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, California Academy of Sciences and the Spreckels Temple of Music (better known as “the Bandshell”), they might be surprised to learn that all of it was once part of a Midwinter International Exposition 125 years ago.
District 1 Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer and Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru were at the parking lot at Ocean Beach, across from Golden Gate Park, to showcase “quality-of-life initiatives” in the Richmond District, with the recent addition of the City’s newest Pit Stop public toilet and the successful completion of #FewerPotholes 2.0.