Rose Page Mini Park

A bench along the park's walkway.

If you weren’t paying attention, you could altogether miss the Rose Page Mini Park. This quiet, green space is situated between Rose and Page Street on one side, and Laguna and Buchanan Street on the other.

The park opened in 1972, but subsequently fell into a state of disrepair. Neighborhood residents, organized through the Hayes Valley Neighborhood Parks Group, restored the facilities and the park reopened in April 1999. A more detailed history of the Rose Page Mini Park is available at the San Francisco Neighborhood Parks Council.

The mini park features a community garden, flower beds, and a welcoming bench to enjoy the resplendent nature tucked away in this green retreat.

Main entrance to the park from Page Street.


Flower beds and community garden.


Alternative entrance to the park from Rose Street.