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Dog Areas in Colma

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Colma is a small California town with a population of around 1,500 people, and it's just minutes south of San Francisco. This idyllic town is neatly manicured, with several suburban neighborhoods and plenty of green space to explore with your dog! Colma is also known for more than 70% of its land consisting of cemeteries, a reputation the town itself pokes fun at with their motto, "It's great to be alive in Colma!" It's also great to be a pet owner in Colma, as the town is home to its own dog park, and there are paw-lenty of others just a short drive away!

The Colma Dog Park is a 39-feet by 90-feet dog park that's the pawfect size for medium and small dogs! The park also includes water stations, lots of green space for running around, and a gravel track for walking. Colma Bark Park is a quiet off-leash park, and those who frequent it are known for being friendly and respectful about cleaning up after their pets. If you're looking for a bigger off-leash park or one that's busier, you're in luck, because there are several just minutes away! There are also a handful of beaches nearby that have dog-friendly sections you can explore with your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Colma

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    Population Density 17,017/sq mi

    #1 Presidio

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    The northern San Francisco area known as Presidio is just ten miles north of Colma. Presidio is also where you'll find Baker Beach, a great spot that's just a mile south of the Golden Gate Bridge. Not only will you get fabulous views of famous San Francisco landmarks from Baker Beach, but it's also an excellent spot for your dog to get some off-leash exercise! There are specific areas of Baker Beach where your dog is allowed to be off-leash, but be advised that the off-leash areas aren't fully fenced. If you'd like to go on a little adventure with your dog, there are also trails surrounding Baker Beach the two of you can explore together.
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    Population Density 6,175/sq mi

    #2 Lakeshore

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    Fort Funston Doggie Beach is just a ten-minute drive from Colma, and it's located in the southwestern San Francisco area of Lakeshore. Fort Funston Doggie Beach is a true paradise for dogs and their humans. There are a whole bunch of off-leash trails surrounding Fort Funston, and each one leads back to the doggie beach! This dog beach tends to be quite busy, but there's lots of space, so it never feels too crowded even though your dog will have so many friends to play with. Make sure you dress for cool weather when you visit, and be sure to bring your own drinking water for you and Sparky.
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    Population Density 22,298/sq mi

    #3 Bernal Heights

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    One of the biggest dog parks in San Francisco is just a 15-minute drive from Colma in the southeastern community of Bernal Heights. True to most areas of San Francisco, Bernal Hill Dog Park has steep hills you and your dog can climb throughout the park, ensuring you both get a good workout. The benefit of a dog park being at the top of a hill means you're rewarded with incredible views of the city! Bernal Hill Dog Park allows dogs of all sizes and breeds to play together in one space. There are two separate entrances to the park, and each section has waste disposal stations.
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    Population Density 7,066/sq mi

    #4 Bayview

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    The southeastern quadrant of San Francisco is home to another dog park, and this one is in the Bayview area. John McLaren Park is a 327-acre park, making it the city's second largest park, and it's only a 13-minute drive from Colma. McLaren Park has sports fields, playgrounds, an amphitheater, a golf course, and seven miles of walking trails. To top it all off, McLaren Park also has two dog parks that total nearly 10 acres! Dogs of all sizes can play together in these spaces, and your dogs are welcome to join you on the trails as well as other areas of the park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #5 Wavecrest Rd.

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    The Coast Side Dog Park in Half Moon Bay, California is 20 miles south of Colma, and it's sure to become a new favorite of yours and your dog's! This dog park isn't a particularly big one, but it's very well-kept and it has a reputation for being frequented by very friendly owners and dogs! The off-leash area is about two acres, and it features covered areas for rainy days, as well as seating and a water hose for dogs to drink from. Surrounding the off-leash park, you'll find a handful of trails you can trek with your dog on a leash, and the dog park is also just minutes from a dog-friendly beach as well.
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