Comfort Inn & Suites San Francisco Airport West
611 San Bruno Ave. East
San Bruno, CA 94066
Phone: (650) 589-5089
Fax: (650) 837-9701
611 San Bruno Ave. East , San Bruno, CA, US, 94066
- Phone: (650) 589-5089
- Fax: (650) 837-9701
A scenic, 18-hole, par-72 course in the rolling green hills south of the city. Duffers can practice their driving late into the night thanks to a well lit range. Tee times can be arranged up to seven days in advance. Golf lessons are available, as are libations at the on-site restaurant and bar. The drive to get here can be as relaxing an experience as the golf game itself. You'll follow a winding road through the rustic heart of Silicon Valley.
Spread across 5,500 square feet, Poplar Creek Golf Course is lined with abundant trees. The rolling fairways are built to suit everyone's needs from professionals to even amateurs. This San Mateo course is a treat to the eyes with a backdrop of waterfalls. It also has a magnificent club house that lends a spectacular view of the course. The 18 hole course is designed by Steve Halsey. Dress code is predefined and soft spikes are preferred. Enjoy a game of golf in the of midst streaming waterfalls and scenic backdrop.
This state park, located on the shore line next to the San Francisco 49ers' 3Com Park, offers a variety of outdoor activities to enjoy. In addition to great views of the San Francisco Bay, it features picnic and barbecue facilities, an exercise trail and a bike trail lined with California poppies. It also has two piers available for fishing with fish-cleaning facilities. Windharp Hill, which consists of permanent metal wind chimes and harps, is what visitors usually remember about Candlestick Point. The park is popular with windsurfers (big winds, small waves) but is not recommended for beginners.
This nine-hole golf course is a beautiful patch of green, surrounded by mountains. The windy conditions don't stop enthusiastic golfers from teeing it off any day. This course is also known to host championships from time to time and despite its low-key image, it happens to be one of the most sought after clubs. Call for tee times; rates vary daily.
The Olympic Club is America's oldest Athletic club with three golf courses namely Cliff, Lake and Ocean. This Lake course at Daly City is recognized by Golf Magazine as one of the Top 100 Courses in the United States. It is a venue for many big events and sports competitions. One of the most practiced sport in this club is cycling, apart from golf and other activities. There are around 5,000 members and counting.
No college campus is complete without a quad, and San Francisco State University is no exception. Typical quad activities include lounging on the grass, reading, and if the weather permits (which it rarely does), tanning. On a sunny day, people can be seen throwing a football around, playing soccer, and even slacklining. There is also a stage in front of the Cesar Chavez Student Center where student organizations often play music or put on performances. The quad is typically the busiest location on campus as everyone passes through it to get to class.
A golf course located in the Bay Area, Mariners Point Golf Center is better known as a golf learning center. Separate lessons for beginners are provided on nothing less than 64 stalls exclusively for practicing this precision sport. The center has six professional instructors to bring the nuances of the game to those interested in learning. The nine-hole course has interesting challenges that will help beginners learn to maneuver the golf club in all possible ways. The center also provides event facilities. Check the website for details and tee time reservations.
Precita Park, located Folsom Street is a wonderful shaded haven smack between Mission District and Bernal Heights. The beautiful park features several benches, playgrounds, and is exceedingly popular with kids from the neighboring school areas. Although not as popular as the neighboring Dolores Park, it has all the trappings of a low-key fun day out where everyone in the family can enjoy. Established in 1894, Precita Park, witnesses many a fun, kiddie birthday parties, dog training sessions and quick lunches relished by workers from neighboring areas. It makes for a nice stop-by when you're in Bernal Heights with the family.
After a complete and thorough renovation, the Potrero del Sol Park or La Raza is fully-equipped to entertain the locals and tourists. This green spot is certainly a refreshing change from the chaotic city life and is an ideal place to relax or read a book. You can simply sit on the benches and watch the people around or stroll round the beautiful park. For sports buff, it has a modern skating park and a playground too. Apart from that, it also has a small performance area for hosting concerts and other community events. Call for more details.
A pretty, 18-hole, par 72 city-owned course around Lake Merced in the quiet Park Merced District, Harding is longer and flatter than other city courses. In recent years, the course has attracted big-name professional tours such as the 2005 World Golf Championship and the 2009 Presidents Cup. Tee times are usually available on a walk-up basis during the week; for weekend reservations, however, it is highly recommended to call a week in advance.
See more than 250 different species of wildlife from all over the globe at the San Francisco Zoo, many of which are endangered. There are a variety of attractions including childrens' petting zoo and an insect zoo, an Australian Walk, Penguin Island, a Primate Discovery Center, and the Otter River. It also features a one of the world's largest gorilla exhibits, a lion house, a feline conservation center, a carousel, and a kiddie train. For those looking for a more in-depth and informative visit, try the Zoo Ranger, a hand held multimedia GPS device that gives video and informative background on the exhibits as you walk around. You are able to rent them for a day at the zoo's gift shop. Visit website for more information.
Dolores Park is one of the main hot spots in San Francisco and is the major meet-up place for many citizens. Though it is not very large, it attracts crowds of people and the beautiful views make it worth the visit. Recreational resources include a few tennis courts, basketball courts, two soccer fields and a children's playground but most of all Dolores Park is often used as a venue for special events such as movies in the park. Its surrounding area is known for some of San Francisco's major culinary attractions: Delfina, Pizzeria Delfina and the Tartine Bakery. It is also a great place to chill with some ice cream from the Bi-Rite Creamery. Saturday hang-outs in the park are often events themselves and it's always packed on weekends. Given its location, it's almost always sunny; the famous fog knows better than to ruin the oasis that is Dolores Park. Whether you choose to sit in Dog Beach, Hipster Beach, Speedo Ridge or partake in actual activity at the playground or tennis courts you are sure to have an unforgettable time.