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The Sutro Baths was a large, privately owned public saltwater swimming pool complex in the Lands End area of the Outer Richmond District in western San Francisco, California.
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The only place in San Francisco I could find that gave me an actuall outdoor experience. Beautiful scenery and hiking trails, trees, the whole nine! Definitely one of the best times I had in San Francisco. They have tons of viewing area's, an excellent little cafe and souvenir store. The caves and baths were cool to hike around and gave me some much needed time away from the city conveniently located right in San Francisco!
Sutro Baths is a really special place to visit, especially around sunset. Even during busy times of the day, there’s ample opportunity for some peace and quiet to take in the incredible views, smell the salty air, and listen to the sounds. Take a walk along the ruins, and explore the cave on the north side. A really special place to spend the afternoon.
I loved this place. I had 4 hours to spend close to the airport and every minute here was worth it. TRAFFIC- workday and rush hour and it was never more than 30 minutes either way GOLDEN GATE- great views and walks BEACH AND ROCKS- loved bouldering and roaming the shore. This is hands down a fantastic park. You don't have to walk far to see great sulfur but if you want to walk you can. Lots of nature to see and experience
This place is awesome for fun. Wear good boots or hiking shoes. Steep hills and difficult footing.
Good place to visit. Some eateries around and the start of the Lands End hike is here, which is an easy (although lots of steps) hike with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Great place to explore. Steep trails all around, but you can see most of it from on top if you don't feel like trekking up and down the hill. If you do go down, make sure to check out the cave; it's pretty awesome! Do be aware not to take many of the spider trails around the area; it contributes to the erosion of the land which could eventually make the whole area closed off to the public.
Nice. I came to this place by chance, and found it really a hidden treaure in the San Francisco area. San Francisco is now a city of breaking, and theft. People in this city welcome the democratic party, and now every now and then, they need to pay a bit price. But this place seems to be a safe place. But do not risk to put any bags inside your vehicle.
This place is so cool. If you are a tourist, or simply taking your friends around to see the city, this is a cool little place to stop and talk about SF History. Try to get here before sunset. It's so pretty watching the sun descend into the ocean. This place is so fun to explore! The little cave is always drafty and wet, but it's a cave and is to be expected. It's so cool listening to the drips and roar of the water from the inside of it! Climbing on the ruins is one of my favorite things to do. It's a great place to have your imagination run wild. There is parking, but it's always a hit or miss. There are three different ways to get to the baths. The stairs are most common. There are two street entrances that are like descending ramps. I'd be cautious when the ground is wet.
Beautiful place to hike in SF. It’s in the city, but feels so far away. The remains of the Baths are really cool, and you can walk around them. The history of Sutro Baths is great as well.
Great place to take in the views. Nice place to walk and take in how big it is. Restaurant and café / gift shop at the top if you want to grab a coffee or bite to eat. The only thing that’s disappointing is how people walk all over the ruins. If the ruins want to be preserved over time, people should be conscious of their surroundings.
Amazing site, even with a large amount of fog rolling in. Really nice to learn about the history, but also a bit upsetting. Some fantastic trails along the coast line from it as well. Don't be too afraid to wonder off the trails a bit, just be careful!
The Sutro Baths are worth visiting as there are plenty of other places nearby within walking distance. There is also a small gift shop. Parking is free and trails to access the place are well maintained and easy to walk on. The view from this landmark is stunning.
Fun place to walk around and explore the ruins. It's an easy hike for little kids. Parking can be a little rough, but if you circle enough times you'll find something. Can't beat free!
Interesting site to explore with friends! We visited when it wasn't so busy, so parking was a breeze. We went inside the graffitied structure, and its pretty cool if you dont mind crawling through the side. The bath structure itself is great, you can walk across close to the ocean and watch the water crash on the rocks. There's a short cave right there too, and makes you feel like Indiana Jones but without a giant boulder chasing you. Or lighting. The surrounding trails are easy to walk around too. Just make sure to go when there's sunlight or else you're gonna miss out on the views :^)
What a great day. Spectacular weather for a walk on the Lands End Trail starting at Sutro Baths. Great views of the Pacific Ocean, Marin Headlands, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Beautiful place to watch the sunset. Make sure to go in the cave. Be careful as there reports of car beakins on the parking lot