Seward Street Slides

San Francisco, California

United States of America

Address

30 Seward St

San Francisco, California

Latitude

37.757873

Longitude

-122.439717

Two long, steep concrete slides are the main attraction at this hidden gem. They’re not for tiny tots, nor for the faint of heart! If you decide to slide, please remember that the park closes at sunset and adults must be accompanied by children. Bring a piece of cardboard and wear sturdy pants!

Built in 1973 on a plot slated for development, the mini-park also has a community garden and a nice collection of native plants. The slide was designed by 14-year-old Kim Clark, who won a competition put on by sculptor Ruth Asawa.

Directions

Near the intersection of Douglass and Seward sits the beautiful park, Seward Mini Park. Inside the park is where you will stumble across the two concrete slides.

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