Candlestick Point State Recreation Area

Hunters Point Expressway & Jamestown Ave.
San Francisco
CA 94124

Candlestick Point State Recreation Area

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In 1973, the California State Legislature purchased the land with $10 million and in 1977 voted to turn this area to a state recreation area. After the designation, Candlestick became the first urban recreation area in the state. To this day, Candlestick remains as a major recreation area in San Francisco, offering stunning view of the bay.


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