Local Dog Parks

For information about the rules and regulations governing the dog parks you see here, their operating hours and more, please contact the city or organization directly using the information provided.

Cipriani Dog Park

Cipriani Dog Park: 2525 Buena Vista Avenue, Belmont 94002 (behind Cipriani School).

Contact Belmont Parks & Rec at 650-595-7441, belmont.gov

Brisbane Dog Park

Brisbane Dog Park: 50 Park Lane, Brisbane 94005 (adjacent to City Hall parking lot).

Contact Brisbane Parks & Rec at 415-508-2142, ci.brisbane.ca.us

Bayside Dog Exercise Park

Bayside Dog Exercise Park: 1125 Airport Boulevard, Burlingame 94010.

Contact Burlingame Parks & Rec at 650-558-7300, burlingame.org

Cuernavaca Park

Cuernavaca Park: 3075 Hunt Drive, Burlingame 94010 (certain times of day only and not fenced).

Contact Burlingame Parks & Rec at 650-558-7300; burlingame.org.

Washington Park

Washington Park: 850 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame 94010 (behind the Rec Center).

Contact Burlingame Parks & Rec at 650-558-7300, burlingame.org

Bark Park

Bark Park: West End of D Street (400 Block), Colma, 94080.

Contact Colma Rec Services at 650-985-5678, colma.ca.gov

Mission Hills Dog Park

Mission Hills Dog Park: Frankfort Street & Guttenberg Street, Daly City 94014.

Contact Daly City Parks & Rec at 650-991-8001, dalycity.org

Palisades Park Dog Park

Palisades Park Dog Park: Palisades Drive & Westridge Avenue, Daly City 94015.

Contact Daly City Parks & Rec at 650-991-8001, dalycity.org

Boat Park

Boat Park: Foster City Boulevard & Bounty Drive, Foster City 94404. Contact Foster City Parks & Rec at 650-286-8140, fostercity.org

Coastside Dog Park

Coastside Dog Park: Wavecrest Road at Smith Field, Half Moon Bay 94019.

Contact the City of Half Moon Bay at 650-726-8297, hmbcity.com

Nealon Park

Nealon Park: 800 Middle Avenue, Menlo Park 94025.

Contact Menlo Park Community Services at 650-330-2200, menlopark.org

Willow Oaks Park

Willow Oaks Park: Willow Road & Coleman Avenue, Menlo Park 94025.

Contact Menlo Park Community Services at 650-330-2200, menlopark.org

Shore Dogs Park

Shore Dogs Park: 1393 Radio Road, Redwood City 94065.

Contact Redwood City Parks & Rec at 650-780-7250 or 650-654-6538, ci.redwood-city.ca.us

Commodore Park

Commodore Park: Commodore Drive & Cherry Avenue, San Bruno 94066.

Contact San Bruno Rec Services at 650-616-7180, sanbruno.ca.gov

Centennial Dog Park

Centennial Dog Park: Between Chestnut & Orange Avenues (end of Memorial Drive), South San Francisco 94080

Contact South San Francisco Parks & Rec at 650-829-3837, ssf.net

Seal Point Dog Park

Seal Point Dog Park: 1901 J. Hart Clinton Drive, San Mateo 94401

Contact San Mateo Parks & Rec at 650-522-7420, cityofsanmateo.org

Los Prados Park

Los Prados Park: 1837 Bahia Street, San Mateo 94403 (at the southwestern end of the park near the south diamond).

Contact San Mateo Parks & Rec at 650-522-7420, cityofsanmateo.org

Bayside-Joinville Park

Bayside Joinville Park: 2111 Kehoe Drive, San Mateo 94403 (near the Waste Water Treatment Plant off Detroit Drive)

Contact San Mateo Parks & Rec at 650-522-7420 or cityofsanmateo.org

Beresford Park

Beresford Park: 2720 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo 94403 (at Chanteloup Field – certain times/days only)

Contact San Mateo Parks & Rec at 650-522-7420, cityofsanmateo.org

Central Park

Central Park: 50 East 5th Avenue, San Mateo 94401 (Fitzgerald Field – certain days/times only)

Contact San Mateo Parks & Rec at 650-522-7420, cityofsanmateo.org

Before you take your dog to a dog park:

  • Visit the park without your dog, preferably at several different times of day, to get a feel for what kind and how many dogs your dog may encounter.
  • Gradually socialize your dog. Taking your dog immediately to such an exciting setting could set a shy dog back rather than help him or her. Start with a more disciplined arena like a training class, or supervised interactions on-leash with another dog. Once they’re comfortable with this, start having one-on-one off-leash interactions. If your dog does well in these situations, start allowing off-leash interactions with other dogs.
  • Familiarize yourself with the rules, regulations, operating hours, and more of the dog park.  Contact the city or organization listed in the descriptions above.

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