Martin Luther King Jr. Pool, 3rd Avenue and Carroll Street, CA - 415.822.2807. Two indoor pools in a nice new facility. Larger one is 75' square. $4 for adults.
Candlestick ParkBayview/Hunter's Point YMCA, 1601 Lane Street (at Quesada, one block east of 3rd), CA 415.822.7728. M-F 8AM-8PM, Sa 8:30AM-2PM, Su 10AM-2PM.
San Francisco 49ers, CA - 415.464.9377. The local NFL team plays at Candlestick Park which overlooks Candlestick Cove. Go cheer them on!
Things to See/Visit
San Francisco Naval Shipyard. If
you are feeling adventurous, visit the abandoned
shipyard at Hunter's Point. The San Francisco Naval
Shipyard was a United States Navy shipyard in San
Francisco, California, located on 638 acres (2.6 km) of
waterfront at Hunters Point in the southeast corner of
the city. Originally, Hunters Point was a commercial
shipyard established in 1870, consisting of two graving
docks purchased and upbuilt in the late nineteenth and
early twentieth century by the Union Iron Works company,
later owned by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Company and
named Hunters Point Drydocks, located at Potrero Point.
Vermont Street, between 20th and
22nd Street. The (nearly) twistiest street in America, a
less known version of Lombard Street between Leavenworth
and Hyde in Russian Hill.
Valley. Rolling hills and views galore,
this is the best place in the city to get away from it.
If you have a dog, bring it to the reservoir on Shelley
Drive where there is a large off-leash area where your
pet can romp in the fields or swim in the water. There
is an amphitheater, a duck pond, multiple playgrounds,
some great hiking trails, and a few tennis courts.
Bayview Park. Overlooking
Candlestick Park, this park has great panoramic views of
the bay. Not one of San Francisco's better maintained