301 Windsor Blvd
Cambria, CA, US 93428
Cambria, CA, US 93428
Fiscalini Ranch Preserve Overview
This trail is beautiful and very dog friendly. This 440 acre preserve stretches along one stunning mile of oceanfront. Dogs are allowed to be on leash on most trails. The Bluff trail is even ADA accessible. This is a beautiful and fun place to come for a hike with your dog.
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Average Rating:Fiscalini Ranch Preserve in Cambria, CA, US has an average rating of 3.4 based on 5 member reviews.
great place to let dogs run
Jessie in Cambria
I am not sure where Melanie in Cambria got her information, but dogs under voice control are allowed off leash in some areas. Dogs must be on leash on the bluff trails. Remember that voice control means that your dog comes back immediately when called, otherwise he must be on leash. This area has both grassy areas and forest for your dog to explore as long as you don't let him run up to people or leashed dogs.
Great place for dogs
Scott in La Crescenta
Great place to let your dog run off leash. There is also a dog park in Cambria and by Hearst Castle, it's ok to have your dog off leash there as well.
Great for dog lovers
Bernie in Calabasas, Ca
What a great spot! Cambria has no where to let your dogs run free and this was a welcome relief. It is a beautiful spot and the dogs ran all over and had a blast. Grounds are kept very clean by dog owners. Made it worth the trip to Cambria.
Elee in Winnetka, CA
Will be in Cambria for a vacation and bringing Tasha too. Thought this would be a nice place to take her, however, will pass as so many reviewers think it's ok to let their pets "run free" here.
Melanie in Cambria
Despite what I have read on this web site, Fiscalini Ranch is NOT a dog park. As a matter of fact, dogs are SUPPOSED to be on leashes at all times. This preserve has some very ecologically sensitive areas that can be disturbed by unleashed pooches. There are also some residents who would like for the leash laws to be obeyed.