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Dog Areas in San Anselmo

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About 20 miles north of San Francisco is the lovely town of San Anselmo, California, which has a population of just under 13,000 people. San Anselmo is largely known for its boutiques and antique district as well as many of its trendy restaurants. Like most towns in California, San Anselmo is beautiful all year-long, with hot summers and mild, rainy winters, but there's always plenty of green space to explore in the town's parks and trails. San Anselmo's proximity to San Francisco gives residents access to San Fran's amenities, while still being able to return to a place with a small-town feel at the end of the day. There are a few veterinarians in San Anselmo, and when you venture further into surrounding areas, you'll find several other veterinary offices. 

Right in the heart of downtown San Anselmo is a popular restaurant called L'Appart Resto. This restaurant serves delicious French fare like duck confit, filet de lotte roti, tarte tatin, and creme brulee, and you can enjoy all of these dishes with your dog at your side at one of their outdoor pet-friendly tables. Once you get a taste of San Anselmo and all it has to offer dog owners, you won't be able to get enough of it!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Anselmo

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    Population Density 4,305/sq mi

    #1 South San Anselmo

    Central San Anselmo is home to the Robson-Harrington Park, which is only two blocks from downtown. This incredible city park embodies the spirit of San Anselmo and encourages community involvement and enjoyment of the outdoors with 30 garden plots that residents maintain. If you'd like to walk Rover here, you're welcome to as long as they're on a leash. The two of you can explore the many walking paths, green spaces, and even outdoor fireplaces! This park is over 100 years old and sits on 2.68 acres of land which is also home to the historic Robson-Harrington House. 
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    Population Density 6,715/sq mi

    #2 Westlake

    Fort Funston is a doggy paradise that's only a 35-minute drive from San Anselmo. Fort Funston is part of one of the most dog-friendly national parks in the United States, and all the happy dogs and happy owners you'll see during your visit are a testament to that. Not only is there so much space for your dog to run and play, but they're also allowed to do so off their leash at this dog beach. Many people hike and ride horses along the astounding 200-foot bluffs which surround the beach. There are also lots of walking paths surrounding Fort Funston if you're just looking to enjoy a quick walk.
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    Population Density 22,298/sq mi

    #3 Bernal Heights

    The Bernal Hill Dog Park at Bernal Heights is not only one of the biggest dog parks in all of San Francisco, but it's also one of the most fun, and the most scenic! It's a 22-mile drive from San Anselmo, and visitors love how friendly those who frequent the park are. The Bernal Hill Dog Park is a spacious 39-acre park which is the pawfect place to get a workout in alongside your dog. Parts of the park have steep terrain that's sure to get your heart rate up in no time, but you'll be pleasantly distracted by the panoramic views of San Francisco you get from the Bernal Hill Dog Park.
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    Population Density 916/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Berkeley

    In about a half an hour, you and Rover can drive from San Anselmo to northwest Berkeley and the Cesar Chavez Dog Park. This large dog park has bounds of green space for your pooch to explore, and you'll also be rewarded with breathtaking views of the ocean during your visit. You can rest on the benches while you enjoy them. This off-leash park isn't entirely fenced in, so it's best to keep your dog leashed if they don't respond well to voice commands. While most of the park is open green space, there is a small wooded area within the park that your dog will enjoy exploring.
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    Population Density 16,744/sq mi

    #5 SouBerkeley

    Berkeley is home to another great park where you and your pet are sure to have a doggone good time together! The Ohlone Dog Park is 20 miles from San Anselmo, located in South Berkeley. Built in 1979, this park has a special reputation for being one of the first ever off-leash dog parks in the world -- you could say Ohlone "pawoneered" dog parks! This park tends to be busy, yet still quiet because of the "quiet hours" that take place every day from 6-8 AM and 6-8 PM when dogs who bark must be removed from the park if they continue to make noise. 
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