Mission Creek Friends Test Page
Friends of Mission Creek SF is a loosely organized group that supports and encourages public access, use and awareness of the natural and human history of Mission Creek and the Mission Bay waterfront of San Francisco, especially aquatic recreation. We advocate for maintaining a broad range of water access options for San Francisco residents and visitors.
We will be having quarterly Creek Days to host social recreation on the Creek and waterfront, to help facilitate the public's use of the creek and waterfront.
Tue.July 4th - The next Creek Day is tentatively schedule for Tue July 4th when the Giants play the... wait for it... MARINERS! Of Course we have to have a day of boating and aquatic fun when the Mariners are here. We are (tentatively) planning a BBQ, boating and float-in to the Giants game. Mission Creek, and the Mission Bay waterfront is an excellent place to bring your kayaks, canoes, floaties, and even trailerable boats can be launched from the Mission Bay/SF Port boat launch on Terry Francois
Sat Sept.23rd - The California Coastal Clean Up Day is Sat. Sept. 23, 2023. We are planning a Mission Creek social/clean up/boat day! Come join us for work AND fun!
This page is a test page only, a more comprehensive website is currently being developed.
Are you a local water enthusiast? Have a water based business or host waterfront activities? We'd be happy to help spread the word as well as collaborate to continue to improve San Francisco Waterfront access.
Contact us at email@example.com to become involved!
Mission Creek once flowed from the central Mission District of San Francisco, to the broad, shallow Mission Bay.
Since the earliest days of Europeans residing in SF, We have been modifying the landscape to accomodate the changing needs of San Francisco.