Visitacion Valley Community Center

This is a great place for kids to go to after school and during the summer to stay active. In addition to the eight outdoor basketball courts, running track, and three multipurpose courts, there are plenty of youth and adult activities offered by the rec center.

The Visitacion Valley Community Center is owned by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department.

Additional Info

Muni access:

56-Rutland: Leland Ave. and Alpha St.; walk one block north on Alpha to Raymond, then east to the rec. center.

The rec. center is also accessible by the T-Third rail line. Exit at Arleta Avenue, walk down Bayshore to Raymond, then west about a half block.

The Visitacion Valley Community Beacon Center is a non-profit organization that is one of 8 Beacon Centers located in San Francisco County. The Visitacion Valley Beacon opened in May 1996. They provide mentoring and youth services as well as adult services to individuals in and around the Visitacion Valley Community. The Beacon Center is staffed with a Director, Site Manager, Case Manager, Youth Program Director, Adult Program Director, Safety and Support, Computer Technical Director, Recreation Coordinator, College Bound Coordinators, 21st Cluster Coordinator, Tutorial Coordinator, Office Manager, AACE Trio Staff (college information), and College Interns.

Group Activities
To learn more about how you can donate and/or volunteer for our organization, call (415) 452-4907.

Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

Beacon After-School Youth Programs
Beacon Adult Programs

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