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George Moscone Park

1734 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA      Phone 415-831-2700
Courts
4
Lighted
4
Indoor
-
Players
79
Access
Public


George Moscone Park is a public tennis establishment situated at 1734 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA 94123. There are 4 public tennis courts at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are lighted. We have 79 active tennis partners presently listed at George Moscone Park. You can get in touch with this tennis location at 415-831-2700. Sign up now at this tennis facility to compete with other tennis players. Check out the Automatic Player Matching Service - Tennis Round will connect you with other tennis players automatically based on your skill level and match history. Receive points for playing and move up in the rankings.


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