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San Francisco is rich with great dog parks, offering anything from sunny stretches of grass to wooded hiking trails. If you don't see your favorites here, email me at info@radpup.com and I'll add them!

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    Potrero Hill Recreation Center

    This is an all-in-one rec center, with a dog play area, children’s playground, baseball field, basketball court, tennis courts, picnic tables, and BBQs. Come to give your dog some exercise, and then stay for some adult play time!  

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    Marina Green

    A nice long patch of grass, where you can walk with your dog along the water. Be sure to keep him on-leash here because it’s bordered by the busy Marina Boulevard.

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    Crissy Field

    Continuing your walk by the water, you’ll come to Crissy Field, which covers the big grassy square and the beach near Golden Gate Bridge. You’ll always find a ton of dogs in the East Beach, which is one of the few off-leash dog parks in the city, making it a great place for your dog […]

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    Fort Mason

    While dogs aren’t technically allowed off-leash here, you can sometimes get away with it at off hours like dusk, when you’ll see other dog owners out getting that before- or after-dinner pee. Either way, it’s a great park to walk around with your dog.

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    Allyne Park

    This is a tiny square park hidden in the middle of Cow Hollow, where you’ll almost always find a few dogs playing fetch or chase. It’s not completely closed off to the street, but it’s fenced in almost all the way around, so it feels pretty safe.

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    Lafayette Park

    After a year of renovations, this has become one of — if not THE — nicest parks in the city. There are two different off-leash dog areas, as well as a number of other nicely landscaped grassy areas to play with your pup.

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    Alta Plaza Park

    This steep park offers great views of the city, and will give your dog some good exercise running up the hills. There are tall grasses along the slope, but shorter grass at the top where you can hang out in sun or shade while your dog runs around.

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    Duboce Park

    This has become our favorite dog spot, since moving a few blocks away. It’s a beautiful little park, lined by cute streets filled with old Edwardian buildings, and there are always a lot of dogs of various sizes running around and playing with one another.

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    Dolores Park

    Weekends are a better time for people hanging than dog walking since the park gets very crowded, being one of the sunniest and warmest spots in the city. But if you can get here on a weekday or early on a weekend day before all the hipsters wake up, it’s a great place to let […]

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    Bernal Heights Park

    This is a great spot to let your dog blow off some steam. The entire park is off-leash, so you can do a hike with your pup or let him run up and down the grassy hills, while you enjoy panoramic views of the city below!