Sunday Streets: Great Highway

From Sunday Streets:

This scenic Sunday Streets travels along the Great Highway from Wawoma to Lincoln, along MLK Drive, and Middle Drive through Golden Gate Park. Strap on those skates, and come explore the west side of the city, you are sure to have a great day while getting some serious exercise! From Lindy in the Park, to the Skatin Place, to Ocean Beach, there is something for everyone along this route!

There is plenty of beautiful scenery along this route! Make your way through Golden Gate Park, to the Great Highway. Explore the street along the ocean, and take time to appreciate how quiet it is when there are no cars. Look for activities at the Sloat end of Great Highway as well, and maybe even stop by the San Francisco Zoo with the little ones after taking a stroll! Check back for a full list of activities after May 23rd, which is the activity deadline.

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