Dogs allowed on city streets and most city parks including Golden Gate Park, TH3 and TH4. Dogs are not permitted in some areas of Golden Gate Park, such as gardens and arboretums. Corona Heights dog park, TH2, has a great view. Pine Lake Park, TH5, is a doggie oasis in the city. For a complete city listing for off-and-on leash zones, check out the “Run Wild” section at www.sfdog.org.
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Golden Gate National Recreation Area-San Francisco
Fort Funston, TH6, is a popular dog walking area, as is Ocean Beach, TH7, which is immediately north. Baker Beach, TH9, also welcomes the pooch, on the north side of the beach. Dogs are allowed at Sutro Baths and Sutro Heights Park, TH9. The trails of the Presidio, TH10, are open to dogs, as is the Golden Gate Promenade at Crissy Field, TH13. The east end of the beach at Crissy Field is also dog city. You may also walk Spot along the waterfront toward Fort Mason, TH12, and Aquatic Park.
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Dogs generally are not allowed on Headlands trails, but there are a number of exceptions: In TH16, dogs are allowed on the Coastal Trail all the way to Muir Beach, the Rodeo Lagoon Trail, Miwok Trail to Wolf Ridge Trail, and the westbound portion of the Wolf Ridge Trail. They are also allowed on Rodeo Beach. Stop by the Headlands Vistiors Center for a free map, which shows these trails.
You can escort the dog around Horseshoe Bay at Fort Baker, TH17. Dogs are also permitted on the first part of the Alta Trail, described in TH19. In TH20, Tennessee Valley, dogs are allowed to walk through on the Coastal Trail, but you cannot access that trail from here. You can take the canine on the Oakwood Valley loop, as well as the Miwok Trail heading north from the Tennessee Valley parking area. Dogs are permitted at Muir Beach, TH55.