Panhandle - Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

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The Panhandle is a park in San Francisco, California that forms a panhandle with Golden Gate Park. It is long and narrow, being three-quarters of a mile long and one block wide. Fell Street borders it to the north, Oak Street to the south, and Baker Street to the east. Only two streets run through it, Stanyan Street at the western end between it and Golden Gate Park, and Masonic Avenue through the middle. Two paved walking paths run through it from Golden Gate Park to Baker Street, one allowing bicycles. There are basketball courts, a public restroom and a playground in the section between Stanyan Street and Masonic Avenue.
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  • We had a pleasant walk on the Panhandle piece of Golden Gate Park. The park is along several blocks with pleasant grassy areas and trees.  more »
  • This extension of Golden Gate Park takes the green experience into the heart of the Haight neighborhood. Lots of lovely houses and apartment buildings line it. Too many cars and too much noise.  more »

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