Did you know that San Francisco's second largest park has a cozy amphitheater that's nestled in a grove of Monterey Cypress trees, has great acoustics and is named after local legend Jerry Garcia?
The locals know about it though, and if you asked they'd tell you that McLaren Park is a bit wild, but in a good way. Wild in a way that allows you to get lost, but only momentarily. Wild in a way makes you forget you're in the middle of a City. Wild in a way that assures you that San Francisco still has plenty left for you to explore. Wild in a way that encourages you to grab a compass, some friends and your sense of adventure as you spend an afternoon in marshes, lakes, redwood groves and Wilde overlooks.
So the next time you hear someone mention McLaren Park or the Jerry Garcia Amphitheater, the question shouldn't be "where?", but when.