Point Isabel Regional Shoreline

2701 Isabel Street

There are beautiful views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin County and Brooks Island from this popular 23 acre park located at the west end of Central Avenue in Richmond. There are 20 more acres at North Point Isabel, which is located across the Hoffman Channel. Also, there are more than 2.5 miles of San Francisco Bay Trail in the vicinity of the park. A unique feature at Point Isabel is the special rules that allow dogs to be off-leash, but under the voice control of their owner, throughout the park. Well over one million visitors come to the park each year, most of them with their dogs.


Reviews

Adam Glazier

Rating:
Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017

Excellent shoreline park for running, but most popular for letting your dog off leash. It takes about 40 min to walk art the whole thing. My water dog loves going for a swim and then getting a cleaning. There's free parking, a dog bath place, cafe and nice views of the Bay. Also a great place to bring kids and have a picnic.

Sharon Demeuse

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Monday, Nov. 20, 2017

My dog loves this place. The dogs get to run free and no problems with dogs not getting along. Normally my dog gets aggressive on our walks ON leash. Here, no problems. Sunny, nice afternoon walk with the pooch. You meet nice people too. 4 outta 5 because parking can be tough. It's pretty busy on weekends.

Eugene Laczynski

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Monday, Jan. 8, 2018

Like Dogs? like S. F. Bay coastlines? Like great views? Well then you'll love Pt. Isabel. You're dog already loves it or heard about it from one of their friends. Oh, there's also a great Cafe and baths for your dog.

Tom Kelly

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Monday, Dec. 18, 2017

Great place for a walk or bike ride along the paved trail. And don't miss it if you have a dog. Amazing opportunity to let Rover run! Also, Hoffman Marsh is a bird watchers paradise!

Pedro Gil

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Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018

Hidden gem of a park with great views of San Pablo Bay. Dogs can be off leash on non paved trails. New lot and expended trails. Only thing is they charge during Spring/Summer but u can park outside.