San Francisco Parks
There are still some parks that are missing and some that are nothing more than a node from the GNIS GeoNames import. Even many the parks that have geometry are still missing important details such as walking paths, sports courts, playgrounds, water fountains and other amenities.
There are probably around 150 parks in SF at a very rough guess. This list will probably not be completed for some time but it is a starting point.
I included a "Wikipedia Page" column because I figured, hey, if you're going to go to a park and walk through it and map it why not take some pictures and start an article for it as well.
|10th & Clement Mini Park||80%||no||Done from satellite imagery. Needs a walk through to get more detail.|
|15th Avenue Steps||10%||no||Just a node. Needs everything.|
|24th & York Mini Park||30%||no||Basic Geometry. Needs everything else.|
|29th and Diamond Open Space||10%||no||Nothing but a node. Needs Everything.|
|Adam Rodgers Park||70%||no||Traced from satellite imagery. Needs more detail.|
|Alamo Square Park||90%||Yes||Needs walk through for details.|
|Alice Marble Tennis Courts||50%||no||On top of the reservoir.|
|Dolores Park||90%||Yes||Missing water fountains, benches and type of playground equipment|
|Golden Gate Park||70%||Yes||Missing some foot paths. Missing some facilities like sports fields, bathrooms and water fountains.|
|Sutro Heights Park||70%||Yes||Needs some footpaths done with GPS. Overall pretty good.|
|Utah & 18th Mini Park||70%||no||Done from satellite imagery. Needs a walk through to get more detail.|
|Willie "Woo Woo" Wong Park||95%||no||Needs benches and type of playground equipment. Everything else is there.|