Glen Canyon Park Just Might Be the New Dolores Park

Many Machines says:

[T]his is the second Sunday visit in a row where I’ve encountered a group of off-brand bros, their lady friends, their dogs, and their beers. [link]

The migration has started! Glen Canyon Park is also cool because it has miles of hiking trails, occasional Jonathan Richman sightings, and coyotes running wild.

Previously:

Potrero del Sol Park Just Might Be the New Dolores Park

9 thoughts on “Glen Canyon Park Just Might Be the New Dolores Park”

  1. Glen Canyon is a true treasure. (No dogs allowed on the ball fields/near the playground/in the kid’s part of the park, but my doggy loves him some hiking…) Nothing will beat DP’s weather, though, so I don’t expect a take-over anytime soon. Putting Glen Park on the map could be interesting, though…

  2. I live in Diamond Heights and love hiking down through Glen Canyon to Tyger’s on the weekends for my breakfast.

    I usually wimp out and take the #52 back up the hill though.

  3. after 15 years in san francisco, i recently went for a hike in glen canyon for the first time. very cool hiking trails, especially when you think that you’re smack dab in the center of the city. a nice little piece of wilderness that you can ride your bike or take a bus to, if you’re craving a little communing with nature. but, the park doesn’t really compare to dolores, well, at least the view doesn’t.

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