A recent Curbed SF list named Rincon Park and the Chapel at the future site of the Treasure Island Cultural Park as some of the most beautiful San Francisco Wedding Locations.
Completed in 2002, Rincon Park and the Cupid’s Span sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen remain an iconic San Francisco location. Situated at the foot of Folsom Street, Rincon Park completes the open space edge on San Francisco’s central waterfront. The park is situated on a tilted plane of green, giving way to a sweeping view of the bay.
Treasure Island Cultural Park is planned as part of the larger Treasure Island Redevelopment project. The park aims to be a focal point and civic gathering space for the growing Treasure Island community. It will provide an idyllic setting for the existing World War II-era Chapel and many future weddings to come.
Check out CurbedSF’s full list here.