There are many off-leash parks in the area. We recommend these particular parks and have compiled a list of features on each. Remember before you go to the off-leash dog park, that it is important to have off leash control of your dog and follow rules of doggy etiquette there.
This week we have first three tips on places where to take your pups to play with other dogs off the leash. Enjoy!
McLaren ParkThe sprawling, serene southern San Francisco park is canine heaven with plenty of space and even a doggie pond. Bordering neighborhoods like the Excelsior, Visitacion Valley, and the Outer Mission. There's a large off-leash area, with plenty of rolling hills, open fields, and trails. What more could your dog's heart desire?
Bernal Heights Dog Park (Bernal Heights Blvd.)A popular destination amongst both residents and non-residents of the Bernal Heights neighborhood, this scenic 35-acre, the off-leash dog park is set at the peak of an old rock quarry and provides visitors with world-class panoramic views of the city. If your dog isn't into that, he's sure to enjoy fresh air and spacious room to roam through and investigate. Waste bags are usually available at park entrances, but bringing extras is always a good idea.
Duboce Dog Park (Duboce Ave, and Noe St.)Nestled neatly between Duboce Triangle and Lower Haight, Duboce Park provides the ultimate in dog-friendly recreation. The park is prized amongst vocational dog walkers and features both on-leash areas and off-leash sections where pets and their owners can meet and play with neighbors. Duboce Park holds an annual DogFest to celebrate all of the man's best friends.
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