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Dog Areas in Half Moon Bay

1 Park
1 Trail
18 Eateries

Half Moon Bay, California is a coastal city located 25 miles south of San Francisco that was established in 1776. The city a great place for dog owners to visit or live; there are so many activities that you and your furry friend can enjoy together in this little slice of doggie heaven!

There are eighteen restaurants that are dog-friendly in this city, which offer a variety of cuisines so you and your pooch are sure to find something to please both your palates! There are Italian restaurants, seafood establishments, brewing companies, beachfront restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, Spanish eateries, all-American cuisine and so much more! All of the establishments welcome dogs and have tables set up to accommodate you and your canine pal.

There are four dog beaches here where you and your furry friend can have some fun in the sun. You'll also find a dog park and a nice trail in Half Moon Bay, which means you'll have plenty of op-paw-tunities for adventure! This city is also full of pet-friendly hotels and houses that can be rented out for your stay. No matter where you turn, there is something for you and your canine friend to do or see. This city was made for you and your canine companion!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Half Moon Bay

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 362/sq mi

    #1 Poplar St.


    If you and your pooch are looking for a fun day at the beach, this neighborhood has a great spot for you! The Poplar Beach welcomes dogs and has a great view. The beach is supposed to be an on-leash beach, but many of the locals let their pups off their leashes. Use your best judgment, and ensure your pal responds well to voice commands and behaves himself while off-leash. You'll find plenty of parking here, but you will need to pay for it. There is a trail that leads down to the beach, but it's pretty steep and is mostly gravel, so it can be hard to manage. You will need to bring water and an umbrella for shade along with supplies for cleaning up. The sand is soft and the surf is very inviting; what are you waiting fur?

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 362/sq mi

    #2 Montara Beach


    Montara Beach is the pawfect place to relax! Your pooch will need to stay on their leash at this beach, but there is plenty of space to explore and make a splash. Make sure to bring plenty of water and something for shade. Keep in mind that there are no trash cans to throw away doggie waste, so you will need to take a separate bag with you. There is a lot of parking here, but you'll need to make sure there aren't any events going on when you visit, or else parking will be hard to find. Getting to the beach from the parking lot is a bit of a hassle, but once on the beach, the sand is warm and soft under your canine pal’s paws and the water is easily accessible.  Grab your swimsuit for a pawesome time at the beach!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 362/sq mi

    #3 Seymour Bridge


    Hankering for a hike? Head to Half Moon Bay Coastside Trail! This trail is an easy 4.7-mile paved trail that welcomes your leashed pooch to explore with you. It is part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, a nationwide effort which converts old rail lines into walking trails. This trail will take you along the Pacific Coast, so you can expect to see some stunning views! Your pooch will get to explore all of the nature along the trail, there are several beaches to stop at along the way. Close to the end of the trail is an open grassy field and a few trees. Grab your pup’s leash and see how far you can get on this pawesome trail!

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    Population Density 362/sq mi

    #4 Johnson Pier


    This dog-friendly neighborhood has the best place for your pup to enjoy a swim. The Pillar Point Harbor has a sea wall that is enclosed, making it a safe place for your pooch to enjoy making a splash in the water. There's also a designated off-leash area where your pal can run free for a game of fetch. This is a fun place to enjoy the outdoors with your furry friend! Just keep in mind that it gets crowded here, and you will need to bring along your own supplies, such as doggie waste bags, water, towels and something for shade on the hot days.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 362/sq mi

    #5 Wavecrest Rd.


    If you're looking for a good ol' fashioned dog park instead of a beach, this neighborhood has got you covered! The Coast Side Dog Park is a completely fenced-in, off-leash dog park where your pup will have a blast exploring and making new canine friends. This park is run by volunteers, who ask for a $20 annual, optional donation to contribute to the upkeep of the park. The surface of the dog park is wood chips, and there are plenty of chairs for pet parents. If you want to enjoy a picnic with your pup, there are also picnic tables available for your use. Grab a ball and head over to this puptastic dog park!

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