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Candlestick Point Park Pier

Basics
Location:
San Francisco

Description

While the pier can be windy, the Point has been a favorite of local anglers because of the better than average fishing offered at the small pier out at the end of the point. The 170-acre park has attractive hiking trails, picnic areas, nature areas, and an exercise course. It is also a favorite of wind surfers, which keeps things colorful provided the breeze is blowing, which it often is.

Fishing

Fish:
Bass
Perch

Details

Location:
San Francisco
Additional Details:

The park is open from 7 am to 8 pm

There are lights and fish cleaning stations on the piers. There are restrooms at the foot of the far pier, restrooms near the parking lot for the near pier. There are picnic tables and windbreaks near the foot of the far pier. There is considerable parking at the entrance of the park. There is a $ 7 fee to enter the park.

Amenities

Water Activities
  • Fishing

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Highway 101, take the Candlestick Park exit and follow the road to the park.


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