Inline skating trails in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. Scenic rollerblading paths with asphalt lanes or smooth surfaces.
Skating Places

Stats for Golden Gate Park Path
Official homepage: Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Entrance: Anywhere you can park.
Length: 7.5 miles
Terrain: In addition, some park roads are available for bicycling and skating on Sundays when they are closed to vehicular traffic. Some hills. Good asphalt between the entrances of the Steinhart Aquarium and the De Young Museum. Continuing up to 19th, the rest of Kennedy Drive is smooth terrain with slight hills. Avoid 19th Ave and Highway 1.
Description: One of the largest urban national parks in the world, with numerous historical and cultural resources, including Alcatraz, Marin Headlands, Nike Missile Site, Fort Mason, as well as Muir Woods National Monument, Fort Point National Historic Site, and the Presidio of San Francisco. No skating on certain paths leading to flower gardens and on paths that parallel the streets.
Directions: The path runs from the tip of the Panhandle through Golden Gate Park to Lake Merced. It is most easily accessed off 19th Avenue, which runs through the middle of it. You can also enter from any of the major streets that bound it.

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