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Golden Gate Park Bison, San Francisco, California

 
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Distance from city center: 10mi
Myguytrip's pictureby Myguytrip Outdoors Activities travel tip
added on the 13th of April, 2011
Yes, believe it or not. There are bison in Golden Gate Park. They are kept within fences on JFK road between MLK and Crossover.

The best times to view the bison are usually during the early morning/day as they are most active then.

Price:
FREE

 
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