Dog-friendly Rancho Corral de Tierra

Rancho Corral de Tierra

San Pedro Mountain Rd.
Moss Beach, California 94038
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Local Phone: (415) 561-4700

Rancho Corral de Tierra (Rancho) is the newest addition to Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

At nearly 4,000 acres, Rancho is one of the largest undeveloped parcels of land on the San Mateo peninsula. Once planned for development, this land is now protected as part of our nation's natural legacy.

While visiting Rancho, please note that the National Park Service management of the area has just begun. Many of the existing trails are very steep and eroded and may be difficult to traverse until they are repaired or re-routed.

For access to Rancho, park at Gray Whale Cove and hike through McNee Ranch State Park.

• Dogs are welcome on leash.

Best friends hike at Sweeney Ridge. Photo Credit: steph_schwartz
Best friends hike at Sweeney Ridge. Photo Credit: steph_schwartz
Stretching from Pacifica to Half Moon Bay, the San Mateo County coastside has long been a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and dog lovers. Where else can one find a world-famous big wave surf spot named after a dog, Maverick?

Starting in early 2017, this way of life will be severely impacted if the Park Service’s proposed dog management rule goes through. In San Mateo County, the rule will cut on-leash dog walking trails by 50-65% at four popular dog walking sites—Mori Point, Sweeney Ridge, Milagra Ridge and Rancho Corral de Tierramore »
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