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Douglass Playground (Select Another Park)
26th & Douglass
Renovated and reopened in 2002, Douglass Playground has an excellent hillside location complete with trees and rock outcroppings on two levels. The lowest level includes a Clubhouse, children's play area, informal lawn areas and tennis courts. The upper level is heavily wooded and contains a baseball field. There are picnic tables, restrooms, and it is quite dog friendly!
Facility Contact: (415) 695-5017
Douglass Playground is owned by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.
|13902||11/04/2012||Douglass Playground||Playground||!! Other||Open - Added to work order system||View|
|13781||08/13/2012||Douglass Playground||Tree||!! Broken/Damaged||Open - Added to work order system||View|
|13780||08/13/2012||Douglass Playground||Entrance/Fences/Gates||!! Broken/Damaged||Closed - ParkScan addressed||View|
If you are interested in starting a park group for this site, please contact the Neighborhood Parks Council (NPC) at (415) 621-3260 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
35-Eureka to Diamond and 26th St. Walk one block west to the park.
If you're coming from downtown, take the K/L/M/T lines to the Castro station, go up to street level, and transfer to the 35 bus.
The park is also accessible from the 52-Excelsior line (inbound/Forest Hill station), from which you can walk to a secret entrance to the park at the end of Carnelian Way. Off-board the bus at 5157 Diamond Heights Blvd., and continue walking in the same direction to Carnelian Way.
If you're on an outbound/Excelsior 52 bus, get off at Diamond Heights and Duncan, walk one block east to Douglass, then go left and head north on Douglass to 26th Street.
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48-Quintara/24th Street -- 24th St. and Douglass stop, then walk two blocks south to 26th St.
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