East Beach, San Francisco California

WOW!!!  I've lived in San Francisco all my life and haven't been here until this past weekend.  Just happened to be driving by the Presidio and looking for a spot to have a little picnic and chill at.  And we drove into this little driveway to the right and we found a FANTASTIC VIEW.  This is one of the most scenic places in the world.  You have the Golden Gate Bridge to your left, Alcatraz to the right and Sausalito, Tiburon in front of you.

A great spot to bring some out of town guests and a great spot to check out when you just feel like having a "I feel so lucky to live in San Francisco" moment.  Smile and tell yourself "Damn, life is good!"
This beach is commonly known as China Beach, named after the history of Chinese fishermen who camped here in days past. It is located in Pacific Heights, at the intersection of Seacliff and 28thAvenue. This is one of the safest beaches for families, with shallow waters for the kids to play in and lifeguards on duty during the summer. There are also picnic areas here with grills available so people who want to get out and enjoy some barbecued food at the beach will find East Beach to be the best location. Travelers who want to make sure to see all there is to see in this neighborhood will want to make stops at the Exploratorium and Crissy Field on the day they visit this beach. This is also the beach closest to the Golden Gate Bridge on the Bay Side.

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