We’ve compiled a partial list of dog friendly trails on the Peninsula.
We will continue to update this page as our efforts succeed.
- Fort Funston, (just off Highway 35 (Skyline Boulevard) with the main parking lot just south of John Muir Boulevard)
- Pillar Point Bluffs (Moss Beach near Mavericks above the Half Moon Bay Harbor and Pillar Point, pending pilot program)
- Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve (open Space Preserve located near Edgewood Road east of highway 280. Mainly on leash with a 17.5-acre off-leash area located in the center)
- Quarry Park (El Granada, pending pilot program)
- Stulsaft Park (city park in Redwood City with on-and off-leash trails of about a mile).
- Bay Trail (San Mateo)
- Bedwell Bayfront Park (located at the east end of Menlo Park along San Francisco Bay at Highway 101 and Marsh Road)
- Big Canyon Park (San Carlos city park with narrow, hilly trails)
- Coyote Park Recreation Area Bay Trail (San Mateo, pilot program)
- Junipero Serra Park (San Bruno, pilot program)
- Laurelwood Park (San Mateo city park in with hiking trails)
- Pillar Point Harbor District Beach (Princeton, just south of Mavericks. Stay away from seals)
- Thornwood Preserve (open Space Preserve near Woodside providing short trails). Note: multi-use trail
- Water Dog Lake Park and Open Space (city park in Belmont with several short trails)
- Windy Hill Preserve (open space preserve near Portola Valley with several longer trails open to dogs)