Sunday Street’s longest route runs through the Outer Sunset and parts of Golden Gate Park, following the city’s western edge along the super-scenic Great Highway, providing car-free streets and fun, free activities for all.
This coastal neighborhood has a high concentration of families, children and seniors, and nearby Ocean Beach and the SF Zoo draws visitors. Come see why locals love Henry’s House of Coffee, check out the park’s own Bison Paddock, or explore local art at the Great Highway Gallery. Surfers frequent beachside cafes, and there are plenty restaurants to choose from, whether you’re craving hot pot, sushi or brunch.
Long before the event, Sunday Streets works with merchants – including outreach to monolingual business owners – to craft a fun and accessible day that meets the needs of the Sunset’s residents, small business owners, and community groups.
PLAN YOUR DAY
Download the Activity Guide to plan an epic day outdoors!
- Visit two Activity Hubs inside Golden Gate Park near the Murphy Windmill and Spreckels Lake by the Bison Paddock.
- Discover Outer Sunset small businesses with the Explore Local Guide, available at Sunday Streets Info Booths.
- Get a ticket to ride with free bike rentals from Ford GoBike and JUMP.
- Bring the kids for SF Bicycle Coalition’s Freedom from Training Wheels program, where toddlers and young children can learn to ride a bike
- Walk your dog (or other preferred pet) to enjoy scenic views along the east side of the Great Highway and all the way into Golden Gate Park!
- Take any epic selfies or perfect pet portraits? Tag Sunday Streets on social media to share.
Each Sunday Streets is made possible with the support and dedication of volunteers like you. From event prep and neighborhood outreach to staffing the event, there’s something for everyone
We strongly encourage biking, walking, or taking public transportation to get to Sunday Streets when possible.
MUNI: For trip planning and other Muni-related info, go to www.sfmta.com. Visit sfmta.com/alerts the week before the event for updated information on any MUNI lines that will be rerouted during the event. Bikes are allowed on front racks of buses. The Mission Sunday Streets route is served by the following MUNI lines:
- L Taraval to 46th Ave and Taraval
- N Judah to Lower Great Highway
- 5, 31 bus lines to La Playa just north of the route
- 44 crosses Golden Gate Park via concourse/JFL just east of the route
- 7 Haight/Noriega to Lower Great Highway
- 28, 29 to Golden Gate Park
Visit sfmta.com/alerts the week before the event for updated information on any MUNI lines that will be rerouted during the event. The following MUNI lines will be re-routed from their normal route during Sunday Streets:
- 18 rerouted at 46th and Lincoln to Crossover to 25th to Fulton and La Playa
- 23 Sloat/Great Highway stop moved to Sloat and 47th Ave
BART: Although the nearest BART station is several miles from the Sunday Streets route, combining BART with a bike ride or BART and MUNI can be a great way to get to Sunday Streets from the East Bay. For trip planning, go to www.bart.gov. For more information about bikes on BART, go to www.bart.gov/guide/bikes.
- Without a bike, take BART to Downtown BART Stations (Embarcadero, Montgomery, Powell, Civic Center) and transfer to the L Taraval to Ocean Beach or N Judah to Ocean Beach.
- With a bike: the Civic Center BART Station is the closest station to Golden Gate Park. Bike to the Panhandle and then enjoy car-free streets from JFK Dr to the start of Sunday Streets in Golden Gate Park.
- From Glen Park BART: Take Muni 23-Monterey to Sloat Blvd and Great Highway
- From Daly City BART: Take Muni 28 to Lincoln and 19th, then bike or walk to the start of the Sunday Streets route in Golden Gate Park
BIKE: Get in the spirit for Sunday Streets by biking there! Go to: www.sfbike.org to download a bike map to help find a flat, bike-friendly route from your area or the nearest transit stop to Sunday Streets. Got a long way to go? Shorten the trip by taking transit part of the way. Muni buses have bike racks for 2 bikes, BART and Caltrain both allow bikes on board.
By Car: Should you chose to drive, be aware that the Sunday Streets route is towed of all vehicles beginning at 8am and no stopping or parking is allowed on the streets after that (even if you’re just stopping for a moment for a cup of coffee), and no vehicles are allowed to drive onto the route after 10:00am.
- Ocean Beach lot on Great Highway between Lincoln and Fulton, accessible only from Fulton
- A smaller lot is located south of Sloat on the Great Highway
- On-street parking may be found along Lower Great Highway
Detours and Parking Changes
In addition to Sunset Sunday Streets, the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon will take place in and near Golden Gate Park on Sunday, June 3 between 6:00am and 2:30pm. Visit escapefromalcatraztriathlon.com for more information and a map of the course route.
TOWING: The Sunday Streets route is towed of all vehicles beginning at 8am.
No parking or stopping will be allowed after 8am (even if you’re just stopping for a quick cup of coffee, your car may be towed).
DETOURS & LOCAL ACCESS: Streets begin closing to vehicle traffic starting at 10:00am, and will remain closed to vehicle traffic until 4pm.
- North/South bound traffic should use Crossover Dr via 19th Ave or 25th/Park Presidio, Transverse Dr, or Chain of Lakes to cross the park.
- Southbound traffic on the Great Highway may take Lincoln Way to other southbound streets, or Fulton to Crossover Dr and continue south on 19th Ave;
- Northbound traffic on the Great Highway should take Sloat to 19th Ave, cross the park using Crossover Dr and continue north.
- Chain of Lakes Dr will also be open for vehicle traffic to cross the park during Sunday Streets, however it has limited capacity and will likely be backed up.
If you need vehicle access to/from your home or place of business during this time, please contact us as early as possible. Email SundayStreets@livablecity.org or call 415-344-0489 to coordinate access.