We're thrilled to tell you that a high ropes challenge course is under construction in San Francisco's John McLaren Park in conjunction with San Francisco Parks and Recreation
Schools and non-profit groups that serve low-income students will receive up to 75 percent scholarship for a day on the course, with students themselves typically attending free of charge.
Third Saturday each month are open and free to the community, led by Outward Bound instructors.
About John McLaren Park
At over 300 acres, John McLaren Park is the second largest park in San Francisco. The park was created in 1927 and currently includes playgrounds, picnic areas, game courts, the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, a golf course, McNab Lake and the Coffman Pool. It provides more than 7 miles of trails. The Wilde Overlook Area was opened to the public in 1981. Previously the Wilde Reservoir, the area was used to store tap water for San Francisco. After its operation ceased, the old walls of the reservoir were retained as a viewing platform and a 35-foot tower was constructed as its center.
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