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America's Most Popular City Parks

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Check-ins on Foursquare identify the country’s hottest urban green spaces.

No. 9 Mission Dolores Park, San Francisco

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The 13-plus acre park, built more than 100 years ago, is a sprawling green oasis in the middle of San Francisco’s arty, multicultural Mission neighborhood. Tennis courts, a soccer field, and a basketball court draw crowds all year long, as do the family-friendly playground and puppy play area.

Don’t Miss: One of the many festivals that take place at the park, from political rallies to Cinco de Mayo celebrations.

America's Most Popular City Parks

No. 9 Mission Dolores Park, San Francisco

The 13-plus acre park, built more than 100 years ago, is a sprawling green oasis in the middle of San Francisco’s arty, multicultural Mission neighborhood. Tennis courts, a soccer field, and a basketball court draw crowds all year long, as do the family-friendly playground and puppy play area.

Don’t Miss: One of the many festivals that take place at the park, from political rallies to Cinco de Mayo celebrations.

Lee Foster / Alamy
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