San Francisco Sports & Outdoors

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Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in San Francisco

  • 1. SBC Park / SF Giants

    Having won the American baseball World Series in 2010 and 2012 the San Francisco Giants baseball team is now arguably the best team in baseball. Sue and I were in San Francisco when the Giants won...

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  • 2. Candlestick Park / SF 49'ers

    Originally built for the San Francisco Giants (who moved to Pac Bell or SBC Park) in 2000, Monster Park has been the home of the 49ers since 1971. Although Candlestick Park was built for the Giants,...

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  • 3. Participation

    Apparently the idea that you couldn't escape from Alcatraz because you couldn't swim was more fiction than fact since I just saw several hundred people do it in the annual Escape from Alcatraz...

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  • 4. Water Sports

    When we took a boat tour out toward the Golden Gate Bridge, we noticed tons of guys windsurfing in the area. You can head over to the Presidio area to rent the gear or even do it from the Berkeley...

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  • 5. Spectator Sports

    During summer of 2013, the 34th America's Cup sailboat racing was held just off shore from the Marina Green, Fisherman's Wharf, and several Piers on the northeast shoreline. I bought $75 tickets...

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  • 6. Snow Sports

    Went there on a Monday evening and despite the fact that I am super clumsy on ice, had a lot of fun. :-) Skates were comfortable, rink was spacious, music was good. There were not too many people,...

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  • 7. Boating / Sailing

    Sailing is a huge sport in San Francisco. We have all kinds of races and regattas. It's February now, too early for sailing season, so most of the boats are moored in the marina, awaiting the start of...

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  • 8. Playin' The Ponies!

    The Bay Area has only one horse racing track - Golden Gate Fields in the East Bay. Sadly the far superior Bay Meadows has closed.GGF runs in the late spring and...

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  • 9. Rent a Bike!

    We rented bikes in order to cover Golden Gate Park and the coast without having to rent a car. Surprisingly, after 10 years, I still knew how to pedal! We...

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  • 10. Lawn Bowling

    The San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club was founded in 1901 and claims to be the oldest municipal lawn bowling club in the USA. Bowlers must wear all white while on...

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  • 11. Dog Walking in SF

    Walking the dog is very popular in San Francisco, but laws are very strict about picking up after one's pooch. Bring plastic bags to pick up dog litter, and...

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  • 12. Ice Skating on Union Square During Winter Holidays

    Sponsor by Safeway, a local grocery store chain, the Union Square ice rink is a popular tourist opportunity to have some exercise and fun skating right in the...

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  • 13. An Urban/Coastal Trek

    (Repeating from my Things to Do pages) This was the highlight of our week. It's also somewhere around 16 miles on foot so not for coach potatoes. The hike takes...

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  • 14. American League Baseball: Oakland Athletics

    While there is no doubt that watching a baseball game where the Giants play in SBC/Yahoo/PacBell Park is truly a San Francisco treat, its also extremely...

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  • 15. FREE Tai-Chi classes

    If you are into Tai-Chi exercising, than there are a few spots in town that offer just that for free. On Saturdays and Fridays.Free Tai Chi Classes are for all,...

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  • 16. FREE Adult Tennis Program

    Free adult tennis program is offered every Saturday from 3pm to 4.30pm at Golden Gate Park Tennis Complex.The program takes place on courts #1-4. Participants...

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  • 17. Lacrosse you say?

    Mmm hmmmm. As of 2006, San Francisco has a professional lacrosse team, the Dragons. Home games are played at Kezar Stadium (the former home of the 49ers), which...

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  • 18. Bay to Breakers

    Partly a serious race, but mostly a lot of fun. Register and come in costume to join in the world's longest block party.BaytoBreakers.comFrom their web site:...

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  • 19. Golfing in the Presidio

    It can be rather chilly....especially in July. Pack your jackets when you play here. It used to be the exclusive golf course of the military brass that resided...

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  • 20. San Francisco Grand Prix

    2005 will witness the 5th Annual SF Grand Prix Bike race, on September 4th. This race brings tens of thousands of spectators. The 108 mile course is comprised...

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  • 21. Who Needs A Stair Master?

    Many San Franciscans (at least those of us who exercise) will often skip the day at the gym and head to the nearest set of stairs.The most popular stairs where...

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  • 22. Running the Marina Green

    Ok although I will tell you that Lake Merced is my favorite place to run, I know that most of you will probably prefer this run better. In the summer at around...

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  • 23. Bike the Bridge

    Crossing the bridge does not necessarily include seeing the bridge... I felt kind of betrayed during the bike trip - because there was no bridge! But still, it...

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