Dog Friendly Activities in Orinda, CA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Orinda, and 248 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Orinda.

Pet Friendly Redwood Valley Railway (Tilden Steam Train)
Redwood Valley Railway (Tilden Steam Train) The Redwood Valley Railway, also known as the Tilden Steam Train, is a dog-friendly attraction in Orinda, CA. This 15 inch gauge steam railway circles through the forest lined with more than 600 coast redwood trees, specifically planted by the railway. The cars are small, open air with benches and the trip lasts about 15 minutes. There are restrooms and a small gift shop at the boarding site. Any size dog is welcome but all dogs must remain leashed while on the train. Hours vary by season so be sure to check their website for current schedule. See Details
Pet Friendly Crissy Field
Crissy Field Your dog will love strolling on the pet-friendly promenade, catching a frisbee in the grassy field, and play in the sand and surf at the designated off-leash beach at Crissy Field in San Francisco, CA. A doggie water fountain and washing station are available. See Details
Marina Green Marina Green in San Francisco, CA, is a dog-friendly, waterfront park with views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Pets find plenty of fun at this wide open park very popular with the local community. They're welcome on-leash. See Details
Point Isabel Regional Shoreline Dog Park Point Isabel Regional Shoreline is pet-friendly. With over 23 acres to explore off-leash, the park welcomes over half a million dogs every year. The park also offers a variety of recreational options including bay fishing, hiking, birdwatching, biking, and jogging. Any person allowing their animal to be off leash must carry a leash (six-foot maximum), keep their dog or other animal under voice control and within sight at all times, clean up after their dog, immediately leash any dog showing aggressiveness, and prevent dogs from digging or otherwise damaging park resources. See Details
Cordelia Community Dog Park Cordelia Community Dog Park in Fairfield features separate areas for large and small dog areas. The small dog area is level and mostly decomposed granite and concrete while the large dog area is on a slope with wood chip, concrete and drops created by landscape timbers where the slope is tiered. This area is known to be very breezy at times and cold with the winds arriving from the bay area so bring a jacket just in case. See Details
Mission Dolores Park Dog Park Located near San Francisco's Mission District and the Castro, the Mission Dolores Park Dog Park has an off-leash area that is popular with dog owners and their furry friends. The park is conveniently located near an underground station. The main park has some of the most stunning views of the city, and leashed dogs are welcome in the other areas of the park. See Details
Blair Park Pets are welcome to run and play off-leash at this nature area, as long as they have a city off-leash permit. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Dog-Friendly Wine Tours Dogs are welcome on these private wine tours conducted by a professional dog trainer who will pick you and your dog up for a tour of Napa or Sonoma Valley. Enjoy visiting personally-selected wineries or have your guide give you some insider secrets on the best local wineries to put on your itinerary. The cost for two people is a fee of $65 per hour from the time you are picked up and dropped off, there is a 4-hour minimum. For additional guests add $10 per hour per person. See Details
Redwood Regional Park Your pet will love to explore this beautiful, natural recreation area. They're allowed on-leash anywhere or can roam free in undeveloped areas. See Details
Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline Pets go wild for the chance to play off-leash at this San Leandro park. They're welcome to do so in undeveloped areas. Just be careful as the park is not fenced. See Details
Leona Canyon Trail This gorgeous preserve includes 290 acres of natural space, with wooded canyons, creeks, and climbing trails. Pets are welcome on-leash. See Details
Trailer Park Treasures Trailer Park Treasures is a dog-friendly pop-up shop in Port Costa, CA. The market is open on most weekends. Permanent vendors include That Kookie Vegan, Flower Fox Creations, Canned Ham Collective, and Dog Willing Pizza. There are picnic tables with umbrellas where you can relax with Fido. See Details
Alta Plaza Off Leash Dog Park Alta Plaza Off-Leash plaza is a place where both kids and dogs run free. It is located near schools, and has tennis courts and a basketball hoop available. The off-leash area is well marked with paint on the pathways. Dogs should be leashed when not in this area, and they must be cleaned up after at all times. See Details
Lake Chabot Regional Park This busy dog-friendly park is packed with fun activities, from fishing to running trails. Pets are welcome to join you on-leash in designated areas. There is a $2 fee per dog. Guide dogs and service dogs may enter for free. Swimming is not permitted at the park. See Details
Fort Mason Center Take your dog out for a stroll in this local-favorite public park. They're welcome as long as they remain on-leash. See Details
Sugarloaf Open Space Pets will love the chance to roam free across this Walnut Creek open space. A beautiful place for them to get some exercise. See Details
Las Trampas Regional Wilderness Your pet is welcome to play with you off-leash everywhere in this park except trails and sports fields, if under voice control. Area not fenced. See Details
Quarry Lakes Park welcomes leashed dogs. Walk along the trails surrounding the lakes. See Details
Upper Douglass Dog Play Area Bring your pet for some off-leash exercise at Upper Douglass Dog Play Area in San Francisco. Please note that this park is closed November through March. During the open season, it is closed on Wednesdays for maintenance. See Details
Alamo Square Park This park was featured in the opening credits of the classic sitcom Full House. Small but friendly, it's a great place to take your pet for some fresh air. Pets are welcome at this cute little park with stunning views of the city, as long as they remain on-leash. See Details
Walter Haas Park and Playground This neighborhood park includes a fenced, off-leash dog park where your pet can meet some of the neighbors. See Details
Benicia State Recreation Area Dogs are welcome at Benicia State Recreation Area, as long as they're on a leash under six-feet. The park is home to two and a half miles of road and bike paths for you and Fido to wander. Although tents are not permitted, there are three campsites available for people with motor homes or vehicles with trailers. The park is open every day from 8am to sunset. See Details