Garfield Square

26th St. & Harrison St.
San Francisco
CA 94110

Garfield Square

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This is a 3.46-acre (14,000 m2) city park located in the Mission District of San Francisco, California.[1] It is bounded by 25th Street to the north, 26th Street to the south, Treat Avenue to the west, and Harrison Street to the east and was first opened in 1884.[2] Previously the location of the Recreation Grounds baseball park which was the first professional baseball park in California, dating to 1868.[3]
It is a relaxed park with a turf for soccer games, playground, clubhouse, picnic areas suitable for family outings. It is also the site of for construction of the annual Day of the Dead shrines and celebration for the population of the area, annually for thirty years


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