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The Aquatic Park is part of the Maritime National Historic Park. It is a body of water Hyde Street Pier and the Fort Mason Pier. That water and the beach is set to allow people to use for wellness or stroll along for good fresh...More
We parked at 11 am on a Thursday, among dozens of other cars in a well-traveled area - the Aquatic Park public parking lot. Safe, right? Wrong. We came back a couple hours later to a couple smashed windows in our car. We had nothing...More
We, a family of four, was surprised that we were almost alone sunbathing and swimming on this beach on a hot and sunny July afternoon. I was actually looking around to see if there were any prohibition or warning signs, but couldn't find any. And...More
Great spot to lounge around while by the waterfront. Part of the National Historic Parklands which includes much of the surrounding area, The old bathouse from pre-WWII is now the Maritime Museum at the top pf the berm. You can picnic here (but watch the...More
Next to the San Fransisco Maritime Museum and Ghirardelli Square, Aquatic Cove is part of the waterfront area of Fisherman’s Wharf and one that can mark the beginning of a long stroll down the coast towards Crissy Field and the Golden Gate Bridge. You will...More
This sheltered cove and park just behind the Ghirardelli building and Maritime museum is pretty and scenic. No dogs are allowed on the tiny sandy beach there is. Plenty of places to sit down unwind, and watch the sea.