Off-Leash Dog Parks in San Anselmo, CA

There are 2 off-leash dog parks in San Anselmo, and 88 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 San Anselmo.

Pet Friendly Robson-Harrington Park
Robson-Harrington Park Pets are welcome to join you at this lovely San Anselmo public park with community gardens, walkways, outdoor fireplaces and green lawns. See Details
Pet Friendly Red Hill Dog Park
Red Hill Dog Park Red Hill Dog Park is pet-friendly. This nice fenced-in dog park allows pups to play off-leash. Located next to the community athletic fields, there are lots of places nearby to go for a walk with your pup after you're finished playing fetch. Inside the park, you'll find seats, shade, and water fountains. See Details
Golden Gate Park Golden Gate Park is one of San Francisco's most popular pet-friendly parks. Dogs have a dedicated off-leash area near the entrance at Fulton St. and 38th Ave. There are four separate off-leash areas: the southeast section between Lincoln Way, King Drive and 2nd and 7th Avenues; the Northeast section at Stanyan and Grove Streets; the Southcentral area between King Drive, Middle Drive, and 34th and 38th Avenues; and the fenced training area at 38th Ave. and Fulton. See Details
Ocean Beach Ocean Beach in San Francisco is pet-friendly. From stairwell 1 to stairwell 21, dogs are allowed off-leash and can still enjoy the other areas on-leash. Dog owners are reminded to clean up after pups and to keep an eye on pups playing on the sand. See Details
Fort Funston Located on Skyline Blvd, Fort Funston is one of the best places in all of San Francisco to bring your dog for a day of fun. Plenty of open space allows your dog to run free (as long as they are well-behaved and under voice command), and there are several trails, beach areas and other dogs to keep your pup happy. Dogs must be on a leash in the Bank Swallow habitat areas. 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
Bernal Hill Dog Park at Bernal Heights This dog park is one of the largest in San Francisco with plenty of room for on or off-leash fun. Terrain is steep but scenic. Plastic bags are available at both entrances to the park, which can be found at the parking lot at the intersection of Folsom and Bernal Heights (north entrance) or where Bernal Heights dead ends (south entrance). See Details
Cesar Chavez Dog Park There's loads of open space to play in at this designated off-leash area, which is wide and grassy. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
McLaren Park McLaren Park is a park in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco. The park is less than 10 acres, but is fenced in, allowing dogs to run off leash. The dog run area is at the top of the hill at Shelly Dr. and Mansell St. 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
Glen Canyon Park Glen Canyon Park is a beautiful place for dogs and their humans to enjoy together, with plenty of trails and open spaces. Pets must be leashed at all times. See Details
Rocky Memorial Dog Park There's plenty of room for your pet to play off-leash at this no-frills, fenced, 9 acre Petaluma dog park. See Details
Alameda Dog Park Pets love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes a separate area for smaller pets. See Details
Mount Davidson Park Quiet park with plenty of room for dogs to roam off-leash. See Details
Corona Heights Park Off-leash dog park located adjacent to the Field Museum in the Corona Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. You'll get plenty of exercise climbing the hill here, and the views are great. See Details
Ohlone Dog Park Touted as the world's first off-leash dog park, this park is fully fenced with running water, waste stations, and plenty of trees. 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
Mill Valley Dog Park This off-leash dog park boasts beautiful views and water access at high tide. There's also plenty of shade and drinking water. Not fenced. See Details
Kennedy Park Off Leash Area Bring your pet for some off-leash exercise in the designated area of this public park, though be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Dog Bone Meadows at O'Hair Park This fenced, off-leash dog park includes 2 acres of play space, beautiful views, doggie swimming pool, running water, grass, and play equipment. See Details
Pine Lake Park Adjacent to Pine Lake, you'll find a spacious grassy off-leash area for dogs to play. See Details
Lucchesi Park Your pet will love to explore off-leash with you in the designated area of this Petaluma park. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Mountain Lake Park The off-leash dog park at Mountain Lake Park in the Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco is located in the far eastern corner of the park. A favorite spot for dog owners and their pups. See Details
Marin Humane Society Dog Park This lovely, fenced, off-leash dog park includes a separate area for small dogs, grass, shade, benches, and water fountains. There is no membership required to use the park. It is free and open to the public. See Details