There's some history to this area and it's fun & free to explore not far from Seal Rock & the Cliff House.
About Sutro Baths
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All the ancient great cities of Europe have their ruins and so too are the Sutro Baths in the category of America's great "ancient" ruins. The Sutro Baths were once the largest set of indoor swimming pools in the world when they opened in 1896...More
Arrive right before sunset, find a parking spot and enjoy the views of the sun setting along the Pacific Coast. Lot of FREE parking near the beach, or up the Hill past the Cliff House near the National Park entrance.
Wear your comfy shoes and clothes and get down to the rocks, sand and surf here. Lots of fun, great views and you'll see the Pacific coast as few do. Every view can be a postcard, and be sure to go through the cave to...More
This little gem is out of the general tourist areas, but is worth the distance! The baths themselves have an interesting history, but go for the views - cliffs and rock outcroppings set against the ocean. There are walking paths along the coast as well...More
We came here to have lunch on a calm, warm sunny Sunday afternoon in November around 2:00 PM and we were treated to a dazzling array of beautiful subjects to shoot. Among them were; Surfers cutting through the waves, Beachcombers, Dog Walkers, Volleyball Players, Bikers,...More
This was pretty cool to see when we visited SF. It is close to the ocean and interesting to see the sutro baths. Its on the way to a couple of ocean view walks and you can check out this area.
Sutro Baths is a very cool San Francisco location. No, no, it is no longer an actual public bath. If you want to see what it looked like in days gone past, you can look it up online to see some great photos. But, long...More