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Playspaces in San Francisco

Citizens Housing Corporation (East Palo Alto)

Citizens Housing Corporation (East Palo Alto)

Separate play space for 2-5 year olds (tot lot).
Clement Mini Park

Clement Mini Park

This park offers a brand new playground, swings, and soft new rubber flooring geared for young ch...
Collis P. Huntington Park

Collis P. Huntington Park

A nice dog park with a fountain, plenty of benches, and a small play area for kids.
Commodre Sloat Elementary School

Commodre Sloat Elementary School

Small play structure for younger kids and a slightly larger play structure and web tree for older...
Corona Heights

Corona Heights

Corona Heights Park is located just below the Randall Museum which is a fabulous museum for young...
Cow Hollow Playground

Cow Hollow Playground

Ideal for babies to preschool-aged children, Cow Hollow Playground is a fenced, sand-surfaced min...
Creative Arts Charter School

Creative Arts Charter School

Separate play space for 2-5 year olds (tot lot). Monorail, twist-n-twirl, spiral slide, look dow...
Crocker Amazon Playground

Crocker Amazon Playground

Separate play space for 2-5 year olds (tot lot). Ramps, swings, and a separate tot lot.
Douglass Playground

Douglass Playground

Renovated and reopened in 2002, Douglass Playground has an excellent hillside location complete w...
Duboce Park

Duboce Park

A traditional playground enclosed by a low fence. Restrooms nearby in the clubhouse.
Edison Charter Academy

Edison Charter Academy

School yard playground, not currently open to public. Needs an update!
Ellen Hobbs

Ellen Hobbs

The state of our sad tiny structure is terrible. We need your help.
Embarcadero Branch YMCA

Embarcadero Branch YMCA

(415) 957-9622, Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Monday: 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Tuesday: 5:30 a.m....

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