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KABOOM! and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department are working to ensure that every San Francisco child has a place to play at a City park, emphasizing nature-based playspaces.


KABOOM! and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department will lead an ambitious plan to address gaps in access to quality places to play in communities that disproportionately lack resources, resulting in improvements to a number of playgrounds in the City’s Equity Zones (areas with the highest concentration of residents exhibiting one or more vulnerable population characteristics).

The partners will prioritize expanding access to nature-based play across the city by creating eco-friendly playspaces for kids and communities to enjoy.

Having access to the outdoors is vital to children’s development and sense of community. Equity and access to the benefits of nature and creative play drive so many of our projects, and our partnership with KABOOM! will help us take it further by guaranteeing innovative playspaces for all San Francisco kids, no matter where they live.

Phil Ginsburg, Rec and Park General Manager

Learn More About Our Partnership

  • Press Release

    Partnership Announcement

    San Francisco Joins KABOOM! in National Effort to End Playspace Inequity

  • Media

    Media In San Francisco

    Randolph And Bright Mini Park Is Getting a Much-Needed Renovation. Photograph Credit: Anne Marie Kristoff/Ingleside Light

  • Prior Work Together

    Award Winning Partnership

    Nature Exploration Area at Heron’s Head Park was awarded the UNICEF Cities Inspire Award!