What better place to take advantage of your dog’s rocket recalls and heeled walks than at the San Francisco Bay Area parks, beaches and preserves that allow dogs off-leash?
While most national and California state park hiking trails do not allow dogs, there remain many options to exercise your dog on- or off-leash in the Bay Area. For each of these locations I have included description of the hiking trail, a link to the relevant website and another for Google Maps directions to the trailhead.
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Website: GGNRA: Tennessee Valley
Directions to Tennessee Valley Trailhead
Website: Las Trampas Regional Wilderness
Directions to Las Trampas public parking lot
Website: Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park
Directions to Skyline Gate Staging Area
Website: Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve
Directions to San Andreas Fire Road
Website: Lucas Valley Open Space Preserve
Directions to Luiz Fire Road
Website: San Mateo County’s Redondo Beach
Directions to Redondo Beach, Half Moon Bay
Website: Giacomini Open Space Preserve
Directions to Edgewood Trailhead
Website: Lake Chabot Regional Park
Directions to Bork Meadow Staging Area
Website: Loma Alta Open Space Preserve
Directions to Glen Drive Trailhead
Website: Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve
Directions to Blue Oak Trailhead