Crane Cove Park is a much-needed and recently completed park along San Francisco’s Central Waterfront. Linking the Mission Bay and Dogpatch neighborhoods, this 7-acre park transformed an inaccessible industrial shoreline into a stunning vista. The park includes two historic cranes, as well as the last remaining shipbuilding slipway, which – when complete – will transform into a central plaza and gathering space; a two-acre multi-purpose lawn with picnic and barbecue areas; a new beach to support water recreation; two distinct children’s play areas; a dog run; an aquatic center for boaters with restrooms and a small café.
San Francisco Parks Alliance and SF Port have partnered to engage in a fundraising campaign to complete vital components of the overall Crane Cove project that were excluded from the Port’s budget, due to the escalating costs of construction. This campaign was created to ensure that all aspects of this exciting project are brought to life, especially those elements focused on children and families.
The Crane Cove Park Campaign revolves around the following primary components: