Sergeant John Macaulay Park

Sergeant John Macaulay Park is named in honor of a local police sergeant fallen in the line of duty in 1982. First built in 1983, this unique park eventually become a haven for illegal activity. It was closed for a number of years and was reopened in 2000. Unlike many parks, Sergeant Macaulay Park is “kids only” and all adults must be accompanied by a child. Macaulay Park is also special in that it is located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, and is one of the few local play spaces available for children.

This community-supported Macaulay Park website features a listing of park rules, an event calendar, a handy map, Macaulay Park news, and a simple way to contact us.

SgtMacaulayPark.org is maintained and supported by La Voz Latina and the Lower Polk Community Benefit District.

Rules

Children Required

All adults must be accompanied by a child. In addition, all children must be supervised by an adult.

No Tree Climbing

For safety reasons, please climb only on the playground equipment. Climbing on the trees is not allowed.

Park Hours

Sgt. John Macaulay Park is open from 5am to midnight, seven days per week. La Voz Latina events happen from 5pm to 6pm.

No Drugs or Alcohol

Absolutely no illegal drugs or alcohol are allowed in Sgt. John Macaulay Park at any time.

No Smoking

For your sake, and the sake of your children, there is no smoking of any substance in or near the park at any time. That also means no vaping.

No Dogs Allowed

We love our dogs, and we know you do too. But for safety and insurance reasons, dogs are not allowed in Macaulay Park. Service animals are welcome.

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Countdown to 25-Oct-2017 / “Spooky Halloween Park!” – Haunted house, treats, mummy, costumes.

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