Dog's Guide to San Francisco

Dog's Guide to San Francisco

The city by the bay is an absolute haven for dogs.  Everywhere you go in the city's colorful neighborhoods, you'll see people walking their dogs, taking their dogs to the park, and sipping coffee next to their dogs outside coffee shops and cafes.  With its relaxed, friendly attitude, you won't find a better place to take your dog than San Francisco.

Baker Beach - Lincoln Blvd and Bowley St/Golden Gate Nat'l Rec Area
Fort Funston/Burton Beach - Skyline Blvd./Hwy 35
Lands End Off Leash Dog Area - El Camino Del Mar
Ocean Beach - Great Hwy

Dog-Friendly Parks
Dogs must be on-leash at these city parks.
Alta Plaza Park - Clay Street
Candlestick Point State Recreation Area
Crissy Field Park - Mason Street
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Presidio of San Francisco - Hwy 1/Park Presidio Blvd.

Off-Leash Dog Parks
Alamo Square Off Leash Dog Park - Scott Street, between Hayes and Fulton
Alta Plaza Off Leash Dog Park - Steiner and Clay Street
Bernal Heights Off Leash Dog Park - Bernal Heights and Esmerelda
Brotherhood Mini Off Leash Dog Park - Brotherhood Way
Buena Vista Off Lead Dog Park - Buena Vista West at Central Avenue
Corona Heights - 16th and Roosevelt
Crocker Amazon Off Leash Dog Park - At Geneva Avenue and Moscow Street
Delores Off Lead Dog Park - 19th Street and Delores Street
Douglass Park, Upper Field Off Leash Dog Area - 27th and Douglass Streets
Eureka Valley Off Leash Dog Park - 100 Collingwood Street
Fort Miley Off Lead Dog Area - Point Lobos and 48th Avenues
Glen Park Off Leash Dog Area - 400 O'Shaughnessy Blvd
Golden Gate Park Off Leash Dog Areas - Sloat & Great Highway
Jefferson Square Off Lead Dog Park - Eddy and Laguna Streets
Lafayette Park - Washington/Clay/Laguna
McKinley Off Leash Dog Park - 20th Street and Vermont  
McLaren Park Off Leash Dog Areas - 1600 Geneva Avenue  
Mountain Lake Off Leash Dog Park - 12th Avenue and Lake Street
Pine Lake Off Leash Dog Park - Sloat Boulevard & Vale Street
Pine Lake/Stern Grove Trail - Between H 1(Stern Grove) and Wawona (Pine Lake)  
Portrero Hill Mini Off Leash Dog Park - 22nd Street and Arkansas  
St Mary's Off Leash Dog Park - 95 Justin Drive
Stern Grove Off Leash Dog Park - 19th Avenue and Wawona Avenue  
Upper Noe Off Lead Dog Park - 30th and Church Street
Walter Haas Playground and Dog Park - Diamond Heights and Addison Street
West Pacific Avenue Park - Pacific Avenue and Lyon Street

Transportation Systems
Dogs are allowed both on the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and on the San Francisco Municipal Railway (MUNI).  BART will take you throughout the Bay Area, while the MUNI runs exclusively in the city.
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