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I created a map with all the training grounds that I know. Can you see it? Click the link below and let me know. How can I improve it? If I missed a spot let me know...but be specific. Intersections, addresses, or coordinates would help.



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ok so this is where that park that i've been talking about is located: Montana St,Capitol Ave Recreation Center San Francisco, CA. But the street view on google maps is not updated so i'm gonna have to take some pics and post 'em. Maybe some of you guys wanna check it out sometime? i like it.
I just want to say this map is ace
Starting at the mini park on Coleridge st, between Fair and Virginia ave, there is a set of staircases going up Bernal Hill. They are great for training on a hill. A lot of railings and cement stumps. Plus there are mini playgrounds in some of the staircases that include rock formations, slides, and some other fixtures. Not to mention, at the top of the stairs is Bernal Heights Park, which has a lot of potential.

I'll post pictures of them soon. I'm just trying to get more people in this corner of the city to get out in our own neighborhood. There are lots of spots around here.
Christopher Playground
5210 Diamond Heights Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94131
(415) 695-5000
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Been here a few times during lunch and before school, it's a fun place to be, can support 5-10 people. Syrrounding areas look nice too.
Nice, I saved it to the map. So what's the deal? What are good times to train there?
Wow! Christopher playground is very close to me!

very rarely is it crowded, so it's a good place for training at pretty much any time.
Anytime I say, whenever I went there it was empty.
Lafayette Park at Sacramento and Gough
Alta Plaza Park at Clay and Scott

Both have nice playgrounds there. The playgrounds are up on the hill. Both were packed with kids when I checked it out around noon but when they're around, it should be okay.
Lafayette Park could be really interesting... I don't know it well.

Alta Plaza Park I have been there at all times and some kids won't leave the playground even when it's getting dark, windy and foggy... that's just a too high density family neighborhood (high income, 'worried' families... with few parks available in the area)...
The trees situation above, towards Jackson, could be good, though...
lol i meant to say 'when they're NOT around' it should be okay. i'll check it out again in the mornings to see if its always packed. but yea, you're right about the fact that there are few available parks in the area
haha both are within 4 blocks of my school! The tables at lafayette are amazing for learning how to do longer kongs, however the playground is packed constantly... no matter what. Alta Plaza has some cool stairs for conditioning and the playground is awesome, but once again massive amount of kids. I've even seen kids their around 10 pm!

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