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Bayview Heights is a small neighborhood within the larger Bayview area of San Francisco, California. It is located in the southwestern corner of Bayview with the 101 Freeway to the west and Candlestick Point to the east. As a neighborhood boasting a combination of single-family homes and condominiums, it is a sidewalk-heavy community with Bayview Park nestled in the northeast corner. Bayview Heights is a suburban area with no retail establishments, so you may need to travel to find amenities for your pet. Treescapes are present but do not offer a significant amount of shade for a long walk so come prepared with water for you and your canine friend on those hotter summer days. You may be able to find a grassy patch here and there to cool down, but you shouldn't need it too often as San Francisco’s climate is moderate with low rainfall amounts and unusually cool summer days.  

Terrain in Bayview Heights
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Mostly Hilly
Bayview Heights is typical of San Francisco's hilly terrain which can be a bit of a strain for elderly pups or those who are not very prone to doing higher intensity exercise. Come prepared for a walking work out! As you plan your walk, keep in mind your dog's experience level to keep them comfortable and content. The hilly terrain can wear out an inexperienced dog. There is a combination of sidewalks and natural turf in Bayview Heights, making for nice and pleasant variation. In the residential parts, you will find the common sidewalk experience and need to plan accordingly for sensitive paws on hotter days. Bayview Park is a natural park environment with plenty of open spaces and trail experiences if you're looking for something different. It will be good practice to start with when walking in a wooded area to check your dog for ticks, scratches, or debris when returning home.
Greenways in Bayview Heights
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
16 Greenways
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Bayview Park is located in the northeast corner of this neighborhood and has a little over 46 acres of natural turf to explore and run around on as long as your pup has good manners to avoid running afoul of any other pedestrians in the area. A large hill called Bayview Hill or Candlestick Hill takes up a considerable amount of the park which can make for an exciting climb to the peak. The main trail is a paved road that runs through the park. There is grassland with a wide variety of plants and animals so keep in mind that this is a natural habitat for many of these wild species. Certain dog breeds might challenge the leash as they spot birds or small wildlife. History abounds with sightings of depression-era steps and retaining walls. Bayview Park is not a dog park so you will need to keep your dog on the leash! 

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