Great Views from San Francisco's Oldest Park
Haight St & Buena Vista E & W
San Francisco, CA 94117
The oldest of San Francisco's parks, Buena Vista Park offers dazzling views of the city. Nestled between Haight-Ashbury and Lower Haight neighborhoods, Buena Vista Park, with its winding paths and natural beauty, allows you to escape the city. Its collection of winding staircases and dense thickets creates a natural space that evokes the wilderness that existed before the construction of the city. Prepare yourself for steep climbs and breathtaking views, as Buena Vista Park ("good view park") overlooks all of San Francisco. Through dense foliage, you can glimpse the Golden Gate Bridge, downtown, and many other neighborhoods among the beautiful trees and exotic flowers.
Best Modes of Transportation:
Notes: MUNI: 6, 7, 71 stop at Buena Vista.
Parking Availability: Limited
Notes: Parking is available in the neighborhoods and streets surrounding the park, but be sure to pay close attention to street signs in this neighborhood.
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