(at Noe St)
San Francisco, CA 94117
Neighborhood: Duboce Triangle
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A little out of the way but well worth the trip. Attended Dogfest and a few other events held here. Parking can be hard but this is a wide open clean and green spot to check out.
Love this place. If you stop by between 5-7 pm on any weekday you'll find dog paradise.
The lower section section of the park was converted to the dog specific section, with the upper part being people only. The two are separated by a path, its fairly obvious which is which. On Friday's bunch of the locals organize an informal doggy happy hour, so bring the pup and be ready for a drink. The space if on the smaller side but because it is so dog specific even the biggest dogs tend to have enough room to run. Removed one star since the dog part of the park isn't fenced in.
A few safety warnings - 1. The park is not fenced and Steiner and Duboce can be fairly busy during commute hours, the most common time for owners to be out with their dogs. 2. There has been a rather aggressive Doberman here recently, keep an eye out for him - he'll be with an older gentleman.
A neighborhood gem, with a large enough area for running and playing. There is a kids park too that is fenced off just the way I like it!
This park just went through a small renovation, that improved the drainage, sidewalks, and benches. There usually are pleny of doggiebags, but owners arent always great about picking up after here.
Muni is very close, so make sure youve got good control before you let them loose
I'm a fan of this park b/c we live on the other side of town and it's always fun to come visit this area. The park is not fenced but my dog is great off-leash so that hasn't been an issue for us; in general the dogs here just seem to know to stay on the grass. There is a water fountain and ample space for running around, though the lawn is sloped and at the bottom of that slope there is a road, so it might be best to use caution when using that chuckit. I'd say it's a good low-key spot.
The cafe right across the street is great and dog friendly.
This is an unfenced park in the middle of the city. On a nice weekend day you'll find dogs and people enjoying the park. Be aware that it isn't fenced and there is a lot of traffic.
Very cool dog spot but it only gets three "bones" from me when compared to other parks in SF.
1. There is not fenced area and Duboce-Sanchez can get really traffic heavy.
2. Owners who frequent this park aren't the best at picking up the poo - check your shoes..yeah.
A great space for dog watching and dog socializing. There's no fenced area, and this park is next to Muni tracks, and flanked by intersections, so only approach with an off leasher if you're sure your guy/gal will stick to you.
Otherwise, there are tons of folks just hanging out with their dogs, reading a book, relaxing in the grass.
tons of water bowls and poop bag dispensers!
In my opinion, Duboce beats Dolores without question - low on the hispters drinking wine scale, and in general, the folks here watch their dogs and know what's going on.
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