We were on our way to our next camp, but wanted to see some of San Fransisco's beautiful and historical sites. Turns out, you can visit a lot of them in only a day.
1 & 2 - THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE & ALCATRAZ ISLAND
Get this incredible view at Fort Point. Here, you can marvel in the majestic Golden Gate Bridge, take a stroll along the bay and see views of Alcatraz Island. There is a small gift shop along the way, where you can also get snacks and also see Torpedo Wharf (dogs not allowed on it). Visiting this area will allow you to have a peaceful, scenic view of the city.
3 - HAIGHT-ASHBURY STREET
The intersection of Haight-Ashbury Streets is known for being the origin of the hippie subculture in the 60's. Here you can find remanence of that era. Discover music at Amoeba Records, grab a bite to eat and a tie dye.
Grab a delicious sandwich and juice at Cafe Cole. The staff is warm and inviting, and there is outside seating for your pup, they were even gracious enough to let us wait inside with the lil guy while a table cleared.
4 - LOMBARD STREET
Lombard Street is known for its very steep, one way block of brick road, boasting 8 hairpin curves! Driving up Lombard to drive down feels like a rollercoaster, and I dare you not to giggle the whole way down! Once successfully down the hill, park and walk around to take pictures and admire the view!
5 - THE PAINTED LADIES
The Painted Ladies are a famous block of decorated Victorian era houses. There are many beautifully decorated homes in San Fransisco, but something just utterly regal about these ladies. Here you can marvel at their architecture, all while giving Fido some play time at the dog park in front of the ladies!
Dog Camp City was created to help dog lovers find the areas within National Parks, Federal Parks and surrounding State Parks that are accessable with your dog.