Quite a hike up some stairs- awesome view up the top and a cute little standing area! Love the story Yeah behind this, definitely come and see it if your in the area!
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For those of you actually expecting a park, you will be sorely disappointed. This is a tiny landing that fits maybe 7 people at the most. It is at the top of a staircase that is in between residential homes. The entrance is kind of...More
This feels like you are walking through a private staircase in a back yard. There is a sign identifying the steps on the Street. It is well worth the trek up. There is a tiny little patio with two stone benches. I stood on the...More
I felt like I was walking up a private staircase surrounded by foliage galore! The views are stunning of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. It's located in Telegraph Hill and can easily be missed.
I wanted to visit this "park" after reading about it, so I dragged my family with me. I thought it was great; my teenage children and husband didn't enjoy it nearly as much as I did. After climbing many steps, we reached the tiny little...More
This place is The BOMB!!! I was so looking forward to finding it and checking it out, and it was actually even better than I thought! This is the city's smaller park and it is located in the Russian Hills on Grant Avenue, beween Chestnut...More
Nice views, but nothing spectacular. I would not detour to climb the steps up to this park, when you have Pioneer Park two blocks away, and Telegraph Hill (10 minute walk) nearby. So, the park is a small park on Grant (west side of the...More
Thos is a tiny park that appears to be open from early morning until sunset. It's literally a long staircase with a little bench at the top of a steep hill. Someof the trees have overgrown and the view is a little obstructed, but we...More
It is a park with a small p. The bench is large enough for two. The view is of the marina and Pier 39. The panorama is somewhat obstructed with rooftops and trees. It may lack the visual punch of other hilltop lookout but makes...More