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210. The Haunted Presidio

October 28, 2010
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The Halloween things to do list in San Francisco continues here at 365inSF. This event sounds especially spooktacular for nature lovers and fog foraging thrill seekers. The Haunted Presidio Happening: This Sunday, October 31st from 6:30-8:00pm in The Presidio More from the GGNPC’s site found here: Join a ranger- and docent-led tour and learn about [...]

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187. Camping at Rob Hill

October 5, 2010
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Believe or not, you can camp out under the stars right here in San Francisco. In The Presidio there are 4 campgrounds available and if you want to take advantage of this … you’d better do it now. This seasons runs through October 31rst. Reservations for 2011 start around January. More info. found on The [...]

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119. Check Out The 4th Annual: “Touch Alcatraz ‘n’ Go” Swim

July 29, 2010
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Chances are unless you’re a dedicated SF Bay Swimmer, then you’re not signed up to swim in this event. But there’s fun also in watching. The race begins at 8:30am, this Sunday, August 1st. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and head on down to Aquatic Park for the excitement. It’s sure to be memorable. [...]

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66. Visit Sutro Heights Park

June 6, 2010
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There are so many parks to explore and enjoy in San Francisco, this is true. But some might be a little off the beaten path and yet right under your nose. Sutro Heights Park is just that. A beautiful picturesque park with wonderful views of The Pacific Ocean, Sutro Baths, and The Cliff House – [...]

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58. Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend in San Francisco

May 29, 2010
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It’s now Memorial Day Weekend in San Francisco and yesterday we were looking for things to do. We heard from a few on our Facebook page (thanks for the ideas)… this with a few of what we found going on, is what you will find below. Have a great weekend everybody! Carnaval This seems to [...]

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57. Explore the Ruins of the Sutro Baths

May 28, 2010
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Our readers (whom we are much indebted to right now) have been plenty generous lately. Here’s another great tip for something free to do in San Francisco. This one comes courtesy of Michael Elliot from our Create 1 of 365 page. Michael shared with us: Sutro Baths Ruins The Sutro Bath House ruins by The [...]

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45. Visit the Presidio Habitats Exhibition

May 16, 2010
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There are miles of nature to explore right here in our own backyard at The Presidio . And today, Sunday 5/16/2010, is the Opening Day for the Presidio Habitats Exhibition – a site-based art exhibition celebrating the wild Presidio. More from the Presidio Trust site: It began with an invitation to an international group of [...]

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19. Watch the Hang Gliders at Fort Funston

April 20, 2010
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Taking a trip down a little bit further down South from yesterday’s location on Ocean Beach. And maybe running is not your thing, right? How about Hang Gliding? Not exactly your everyday run of the mill activity, but believe it or not, this is something to behold as far as outdoor activities are concerned in [...]

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18. Take a Run on Ocean Beach

April 19, 2010
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Contemplation. If there were ever a place for deep thinking it is on the beach. That crashing sound of the waves that is oh so life affirming. It makes you feel alive and gracious. We’re lucky to have so many great spots within reach in San Francisco for an outing at the beach. And although [...]

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