Balboa Park, San Francisco
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Balboa Park is a neighborhood and public park in San Francisco, California. It was created in 1909, and parts of it were built over time. The neighborhood (sometimes referred to as Mission Terrace, Cayuga, or Ingleside) is located between Mission Street and Interstate 280 north of Geneva Avenue, and the park is located on San Jose Avenue, north of Ocean Avenue. Inside of the park there is a public swimming pool, a children's playground, a stadium, baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and the Ingleside police station. The only public soccer-specific stadium, Boxer Stadium, is located within Balboa Park.
Balboa High School is situated on Cayuga Avenue, and City College of San Francisco is on the other side of Interstate 280. Public transportation in Balboa Park is centered on Balboa Park Station in the southwest corner of the neighborhood, a Bay Area Rapid Transit Station that also serves as the terminal of the J, K, and M Muni Metro lines.
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