Mission Creek Walk
Walk begins: 11:00 AM at 18th and Market Streets
Walk ends: 1:00 PM at Pier 52 Public Boat Launch
Refreshments: 1:00 – 4:00 PM on Mission Bay
FREE and open to the public
Note: This walk is 3.3 miles in length. Bring sunblock, a water bottle and a snack. Be sure to hit up a restroom before arriving!
For the second of three creek walks, Chris Sollars leads us from source to Bay, carrying the creek’s doppelgänger (a city block length of rope) along the path of San Francisco's Mission Creek.
Tracing the hidden waterway, the group stops at various landmarks along the way to gather ingredients for a lunch along the water. The walk concludes with a gathering on Mission Creek, where participants will be ferried to and from Water Shed, a handmade raft crafted from recycled materials. Participants can join the walk anywhere along the route.
11:00 AM: Start at 18th Street and Market Street
11:15 AM: Departure
11:30 AM: Castro at 18th
11:45 AM: Dolores Park at Dolores and 18th Street
11:50 AM: Tartine Bakery pickup
11:55 AM: Valencia Street at 18th Street
12:05 PM: Mission Street (La Mission Market pickup)
12:08 PM: Capp Street
12:25 PM: Treat Ave at 16th Street (298 Alabama / Google building / Dandelion Chocolate)
12:35 PM: Division roundabout
12:45 PM: Mission Creek houseboat footpath (park pitstop bathroom break)
1:00 PM: Arrival at Mission Bay Public Shore
1:00 – 4:00 PM: Snack on Mission Bay
* If trying to join the rope walk along the path please allow for a window of 5 – 10 minutes around the indicated times.
Muni Station at Market & Castro Street; Allow 15 minutes to walk uphill to the meeting spot at 18th & Market
Train lines: F, KT, K, M, A
Bus Lines: 24, 25, 37
Muni 33: get off at 18th & Market
Muni 37: get off at Corbett Avenue & Mars Street; Allow 5 minutes to walk to the meeting spot
Muni Station at 4th & Townsend ; Take KT or N Line to Embarcadero Bart
Water Shed Crew: Haegen Anthony-Crosby, Matt Shapiro, Nolan Jankowski & Tim Kopra
Camera Crew: Rod Hartzog, Courtney Costello, Catherine McElhone
Food Sponsors: Tartine Bakery, Monterey Fish Market
Support for Chris Sollars' Water Shed project is generously provided by the San Francisco Arts Commission, Cultural Equity Grant Program through their Individual Artist Grant.