Twin Peaks Road Has Been Closed
According to an alert from SF Rec and Park,
Twin Peaks Road Closed; Updated List of Closures
Twin Peaks Road is currently closed until further notice for health precautions around COVID-19, the coronavirus.
Here’s an updated list of all park-related closures:
+ Twin Peaks Road
+ Parking lots at Ocean Beach, Beach Chalet, Marina Green and Little Marina
+ Outdoor fitness courts
+ Golf courses
+ Swimming pools
+ Angler’s Lodge (Golden Gate Park)
+ Lawn Bowling Club (Golden Gate Park)
+ Model Yacht Club (Golden Gate Park)
+ Disc Golf (Golden Gate Park)
+ Ornamental Gardens, including the SF Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers and the Japanese Tea Garden (Golden Gate Park)
+ Stow Lake Boat Rentals, Bike Rentals and Segway Rentals
+ Carousel (Golden Gate Park)
+ Sharon Art Studio (Golden Gate Park)
All regular recreation programs remain suspended, including all citywide senior programs and SFYBL games and practices. Summer day camp registration, originally scheduled for March 21, is postponed to date to be determined.
All indoor permits and athletic field permits through March 31 are cancelled. Additionally, no new permits will be issued until the situation stabilizes. If you need to reach staff about cancelling or refunding a reservation, please email RPDReservations@sfgov.org.
All community meetings and volunteer events are also cancelled until further notice.
All other parks, trails and open spaces remain open at this time, however, you are encouraged to exercise and get outside subject to DPH guidance around social distancing.
Sport courts and fields are currently open, but please remember:
+ Exercise alone, not in groups
+ Do not share balls or equipment
+ Practice social distancing by staying at least 6 feet apart
But just remember, everyone in SF lives within a 10 minute walk to a park
With 220+ parks in SF, everyone lives within a 10 min walk to a park. This weekend, stay safe & stay local by exercising in your own neighborhood and staying 6+ feet away from others. This is not the time to drive to the beach or a regional park – if you need a car, it’s too far. pic.twitter.com/J1d2P704te
— SF Rec and Park (@RecParkSF) March 27, 2020