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I don’t know how many concrete slides there are in SF, but found this little park with the concrete slides. My friends & I had arrived & found another couple we’re getting ready to go down with cardboard. We went after them, it was so...More
I had a friend tell me about these slides so I made it a point to stop here in our day in the city. It was the highlight of our day for the kids(6&7). I had read there would be cardboard laying around so we...More
We spent some time in SF this August and wanted to do somethings we haven't done before. We found this little gem and knew it would be an instant hit with our daughter. The slide is a little daunting at first, but it is not...More
We were lucky enough to have a small group tour stop here specifically so my children got to experience it. Although it's only a couple of concrete slides, the kids loved it and we could've stayed there longer racing each other. One of the perks...More
Caught a tram to Castro and walked to Seward St play area. Sadly the slide doesn’t open until 1000 and is locked with barriers under padlock. A very pretty neighbourhood to wander through. Plenty of cardboard near slides for those planning to have fun.
We had fun but other kids put sand on the slide.... I had sand in my hair, face , mouth.... yuck. Slide is made out of concrete. Can be dangerous for small children. I was warned by a father that some kids legs get caught...More
Firstly, there is nothing to do here other than the two slides, but that is enough to keep you occupied for a while! There's also some cardboard lying around so you can use it for a quicker ride (by sitting on it!). Our 4yr old...More
This is one of those little hidden gems that you only can find if you know someone that has lived in the neighborhood for 20+ years or have TripAdvisor.
If you have kids you've got to take a few minutes on your vacation to see...More
I forgot how much fun sliding is, there is nothing else to do at this park but slide so come ready to act like a kid again! Bring a plastic lid (some really nice kids let us borrow theirs)or some cardboard and don't touch the...More
Response from BarbaraCohen | Reviewed this property |
The park is open dawn to dusk. There is cardboard to use but if you can bring some, do. I took Bart to the Mission then walked a long ways but I had the time and liked being in foot. Uber or Lyft would be very easy to use... More
The park is open dawn to dusk. There is cardboard to use but if you can bring some, do. I took Bart to the Mission then walked a long ways but I had the time and liked being in foot. Uber or Lyft would be very easy to use for this location, or really any in the city.