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Mile-long Baker Beach lies at the foot of rugged serpentine cliffs west of the Golden Gate. Large waves, undertow and rip currents make the beach unsafe for swimming, but it provides panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands and...more
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Mission Dolores Park is a great place to picnic and to see a great view of the city. And just down the block from here you can visit Mission Dolores, one of the Missions built by Padre fr. Junipero Serra It is a beautiful site...More
We were in SFO during a really hot spell. So , after accidental discovering Marshall’s Beach we walked on to Baker Beach.
It was 34degrees Celsius! (93F)
The beach was packed. Carparks full. Very busy.
It’s a big wide beach suitable for everyone.
So I was here on a Friday early afternoon and the beach was amazingly uncrowded. Plenty of parking and lots of room to walk on the beach. If it's clear the views are fantastic. Check out the ship traffic heading in/out of the bay too....More
Baker Beach provides a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Although we did see a few people in the water, it's not a great beach for swimming, as the water is very cold with strong waves and currents. If you're just looking to relax...More
Much less people and you get closer to the bridge.
Take a swim if the weather permits and it does nothing if you forgot the swimwear because then you blend in well with the nude bathers that are there.
This beach was great. It offered that nice beach feel with an incredible view of The Golden Gate Bridge. That side of the Bay Area can get pretty windy so it was very cold but that didn’t stop the kids from playing in the sand.
Baker Beach has been a spot for San Franciscans to dive into the Pacific Ocean (both with and without clothes) for a century. Not a surfer's paradise but more for bathers to enjoy if they can stand the water temp. Also just a nice spot...More
Didn't see anyone sea bathing so I guess the other comments here about the temperature of the water are true. If it important to you then I'd suggest going to the beach by the old Sutro's bath complex or better still... More
Didn't see anyone sea bathing so I guess the other comments here about the temperature of the water are true. If it important to you then I'd suggest going to the beach by the old Sutro's bath complex or better still somewhere like Carmel.