Community recreation on Treasure/Yerba Buena Islands

Information about recreation activities and programs for Island residents.

Athletics and activities

Treasure Island YMCA

Operated by the YMCA of San Francisco.  Recreational programming, basketball courts, weights, fitness and cardiovascular equipment are available.  Free for Island resident use, initial registration required. 

Questions?  Contact the Treasure Island Y at 415-765-9037.

Text "TIYMCA" to (844) 638-0090 to receive text message updates on facility closures, changes in hours and more.  Standard rates apply.

  • 749 9th Street, Treasure Island Gymnasium

Treasure Island athletic fields for resident use

The below fields are open daily for Island resident recreation when not in use by SFLL or SFGAA.  Posted rules apply.

  • SF Little League field # 2 (Ketcham) (Avenue M at 8th Street)
  • SF Gaelic Athletic Association field (Avenue D at 13th Street)

Treasure Island playgrounds

Open daily for Island children and families.  Posted rules apply.  All adults must be accompanying a child. 

Report damage to the playgrounds through SF 311. 

  • 9th Street at Avenue B
  • 13th Street at Avenue E

Treasure Island DIY skatepark

Open daily.  Posted rules apply.

Watch Real Skateboard's "Out of Sight:Treasure Island DIY" documentary

  • 600 Avenue M (at 8th Street)

Treasure Island tennis courts

Open daily.  First-come-first-serve.  Posted rules apply. 

Report damage at the tennis courts through SF 311

  • Avenue M at 8th Street.

Treasure Island Perimeter Path

A multi-use public path for walking/running/bicycling along Treasure Island's northern shoreline.

Report damage and debris along Perimeter Path through SF 311 

Gardening and nature

Treasure Island Community Garden

Managed by Indigenous Permaculture. The Community Garden offers the Island community an opportunity to learn about traditional approaches to agriculture and food security.

  • Gateview Avenue at Exposition Drive 

Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island Public Stewardship Program

Managed by TIDA and San Francisco Environment.  The Stewardship Program seeks to connect the Island community to nature existing on both Treasure and Yerba Buena Islands. 

Current on-Island volunteer opportunities are available through Golden Gate Audubon Society and Literacy for Environmental Justice..  

Dog park

Treasure Island Dog Park

Open daily for Island community use.  Posted rules apply.  Humans must be accompanied by a dog.

Report damage at the dog park through SF 311.

  • 9th Street at Avenue of Palms.  

The Rocks Dog Park - Yerba Buena Island

Open daily for Island community use.  Posted rules apply.  Humans must be accompanied by a dog.  Currently no on-site parking available.

Report damage at the dog park through SF 311.

  • Yerba Buena Loop Road at Macalla Road
Last updated January 17, 2024