John McLaren Park

Mansell St. & Visitacion Ave.
San Francisco
CA 94134

John McLaren Park

Parque/Área de RecreaçãoEspaço Público/PraçaLocal Amigável para Crianças

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One of the largest and most treasured parks in San Francisco. It was named after John McLaren, the superintendent of Golden Gate Park from 1887-1943. Its 317 acres include natural ares rich in native plants and animals, lawns and planted gardens, as well as transition areas between the two. Inside San Francisco city limits only Golden Gate Park and the Presidio have larger recreation footprints. The park's greatest asset could be its topography. Unlike flat Golden Gate Park, McLaren boasts hills, which make it feel less like a park and more like open space.


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