(Kid Friendly Park)
Cayuga Ave & Naglee Ave
This playground in the Outer Mission was once a beaten down, overgrown, weed-choked space. In 1986, it became the pet project of former-lawyer turned
He spent the first year carting away wheelbarrows full of weeds and garbage. Then he fixed the drainage problems, terraced the hillsides, poured cemen
9 Comments about Cayuga Playground
"After many BART rides past this gem, I saw it for the first time. Then I looked for it every day. I saw the sculpture, but what made me come was the" - parentsconnect.com
"Another hidden gem in the Outer Mission/Cayuga Terrace district. Located adjacent to the elevated BART tracks, this small patch of green features a ch" - yelp.com
"DARLING PARK! This park is the best thing that could have happened to us as far as our new house goes. We moved to the city last summer and were so co" - yelp.com
"Funky fabulousness at the end of Cayuga Street. I am so happy these little paradise places exist in SF. The gardener that created this is a art hero i" - yelp.com
"Imagine a little park, with a small little league sized base ball diamond, one well kept basketball court, one tennis court and a small sandlot with a" - yelp.com
"This park is good for one thing, pot smoking kiddies, its secluded and there isn't really anything nice about it, they have "trails" where y" - yelp.com
"This park was a great find, thanks Yelpers. From the hidden forest paths to the wooden sculptures to the pirate outlook, all to the peaceful b" - yelp.com
"This place is awesome- and the Bart train going by makes me feel like Im at Disneyland. Kids love it! Shhhhh..its really cute and quiet . Looses one s" - yelp.com
"when i saw this treasure for the first time i was awestruck. It kind of eased a pain that had come from seeing the demolition of a similar treasure in" - parentsconnect.com
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