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:: Seward Street Slides ::

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Over in the hills of Noe Valley, lies Seward Minipark. This park was initially created back in the 1970’s and has certainly remained a unique SF hidden gem – with its double-barrelled, concrete twisting tubes nestled into this woodsy enclave – you have the chance to be a kid again for a few minutes . There are talks of some crazy aproned witch that chases all the fun-seekers away, but we didn’t encounter that. Just a few kids, their parents, and some other hipsters like ourselves.

Written by kapshure

August 4, 2008 at 5:41 am

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  1. Oh, man. I bruised myself on those one drunken evening. We got yelled at by a neighbor. “You’re disturbing us!” she bellowed. It became a mantra for us that weekend.


    August 5, 2008 at 6:42 pm

  2. So glad to see you have never lost your sense of fun


    Marilyn Probe

    June 14, 2009 at 4:00 am

  3. […] a Comment Some of my fondest memories of a childhood spent in San Francisco are visits to the Seward St. Slides. It’s just a little sliver of a playground that consists solely of two enormous (or so it […]

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