Located in west central San Francisco and on the coast of California, lies the Inner and Outer Sunset Districts.
Not only is the Sunset the largest and most populous neighborhood in the city, it is also considered the foggiest; though MWS team member Hannah will strongly debate this now that she's a resident on the corner of La Playa and Kirkham streets. When the sun is shining, you can find hundreds out and about enjoying all that Ocean Beach has to offer. For a bite to eat, stop by the Beach Chalet and Park Chalet for a brew out on the lawn, enjoy a sando from Java Beach Cafe, or a fresh catch burrito at Hook Fish Co.
With Golden Gate Park just a hop, skip and a jump away, the possibilities for outdoor activities and leisure are truly endless. The North Dutch Windmill can be seen from the Sunset and according to GGP's website is, "situated next to the Beach Chalet and stands tall at about 75 feet into the air. Although the windmill was originally constructed to pump water, after a round of restoration, the arms were able to move once again on the structure, but water no longer pumped through". During the spring, colorful tulips surround the base of the windmill and draw crowds of admirers from all over the city. Also found near the windmill, is the 45th Avenue Playground, called the "Boat Park" by local families draws hundreds of children weekly and is an ideal place to celebrate a birthday or get together with neighboring families.
Check out a semi-secret spot in the Sunset (Turtle Hill), visit the San Francisco Zoo and more!