In keeping with the community focus of most of Sausalito’s design and atmosphere, the city maintains a group of some of the most used and enjoyed public parks in the San Francisco Bay Area. Sausalito’s parks serve the community of residents who enjoy the downtown areas and neighborhoods of their city as well as enchanting visitors who stop in regularly to admire the sculptures and public art and to use the park facilities.
If you are looking for a place to enjoy the sunshine and have a picnic with the family, play a game of tennis, or to take your dog out for some exercise, Sausalito’s parks have the facilities to accommodate! Take a look at the quick guide below for a sampling of the activities and options in some of Sausalito’s public parks.
Vina Del Mar Plaza – A tribute to Sausalito’s sister city in Chile, this park’s name translates to “Vineyard of the Sea” and is one of the city’s most well known and beloved parks. With the historic elephant statues and fountain, this park has become an iconic place remembered by almost all visitors to Sausalito and is one of the favorite places to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Yee Tock Chee Park – This spot is thought by some to be the perfect place in Sausalito to relax and unwind for a bit. With uncompromising views across the water of San Francisco, Angel Island, and more this park offers a peaceful atmosphere and will help soothe and rejuvenate you.
Marinship Park – One of Sausalito’s many parks that feature both access for dog owners and lighted tennis courts for those who would like to play a game. Located just near the Bay Model, this park is a favorite for an afternoon or evening match up of tennis.
Dunphy Park – This park gives visitors the perfect balance between the grass and outdoor experience and the water of the San Francisco Bay lapping at the shore. Many dog owners frequent this park because it allows for plenty of room for their companions to roam and offers the perfect swimming spot as well!
Robin Sweeny Park – Consistently called Sausalito’s best children’s park by many residents, this park features a full playground with swings, slides, and more for kids to play on. Located near City Hall, and also featuring a basketball court for players, this is one of the more popular parks in the downtown area.
Martin Luther King Park and Dog Park – Best known as tone of the best dog parks in the Bay Area, this park is a favorite for the canine residents and visitors of Sausalito and their owners. With a larger than normal open area for dogs of all sizes to play and exercise, this park has long been a destination.
For residents or visitors in Sausalito looking for a break and a place to get outside and enjoy the fresh air and views to relax, or even those looking to get out and partake of a game of basketball or tennis and get some exercise, the public parks scattered throughout town are the answer!
City Parks in Sausalito, CA:
Bridgeway at east end of North St.
Bridgeway at end of North St.
East end of Valley St.
Bridgeway between Napa St. and Litho St.
Martin Luther King Park and Dog Park
Intersection of Coloma St. and Olima St.
Intersection of Girard Ave. and Cazneau Ave.
Municipal Fishing Pier
500 block of Bridgeway
Robin Sweeny Park
City Hall area
Marinship Way north of Bay Model
Turney St. Boat Ramp
Turney St. east of Bridgeway
Parking Lot #1 at Anchor St.
Liberty Ship Way south of marina
Vina Del Mar Plaza
Intersection of Bridgeway, El Portal St. and Anchor St.
South View Park
North St. between Third and Fourth St.
Cloud View Park
Cloud View Rd. west of Booker Ave.
Yee Tock Chee Park
Bridgeway at Princess St.
Sausalito Dog Park
Bridgeway and Ebbtide
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