Golden Gate Park is filled with hundreds of places
worth exploring...large and small, populated and private. This book
has identified only a portion of the more private places in the park.
You may wish to set out exploring other similar spots, and you'll be
able to find plenty. As you find favorite places of your own, be
mindful of preserving the natural beauty of the park, and being
respectful of both the people who may not want to watch you play in
the park, and of the people for whom the park is a place to live.
Unfortunately, a sizeable population of people in San
Francisco have no home other than the park. These people are most
populous toward the east end of the park, particularly near the park
perimeter. It's possible that you may find someone using a place
listed in this book as their residence. The park is large and the
places within it to visit are plentiful. So it shouldn't cause you
much hassle to be considerate of such people's personal space, even if
it happens to be in a public park.