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Ina Coolbrith Park is a hidden gem on Russian Hill. It is a steep, stair-way garden park, a place for some peace and quiet or perhaps a nap during a busy day of sightseeing - not really the type to take the family for a picnic.

The park is named after Ina Coolbrith who was a well known Californian poet.

Take the steep steps up from Vallejo Street and you will be in the leafy 'park'. Climb to the top of the stairs, slide onto a sunny/shady bench and enjoy the gorgeous views across the city to the Bay Bridge in the distance.

Address: Vallejo Street, Russian Hill

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  • Written Feb 8, 2009
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