Half Moon Bay Dog Park Wavecrest Rd & Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Half Moon Bay Dog Park is an example of what can be accomplished when residents join together to improve their…More community. Located off of Highway 1 -- tucked away next to Smith Field Little League Park and the Half Moon Bay Horseshoe Pits -- the park opened in 2001 after the city agreed to set aside the area as a public space where dogs could run off leash. Although the park is under the jurisdiction of the Half Moon Bay Recreation Department, the Committee for a Coastside Dog Park pays for maintenance costs, which includes the fencing around the park, the grounds and cleaning. Since there is no entry fee, the committee holds periodic fundraising events. It also encourages users to join the committee and contribute a donation to keep the park open. The wood chip-covered grounds are well kept, and there are picnic tables and lawn chairs for the dogs' owners. A small walk-in structure holds cleaning supplies and information for visitors. There is no separate play area for small dogs. To enter the park, dogs must be fully immunized, dewormed, licensed by owners and wearing an identification tag. Dogs less than four months old, as well as those who have not been vaccinated for parvo virus or kennel cough, are not allowed in the park.
Burleigh H. Murray Ranch State Park 95 Kelly Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Burleigh H. Murray Ranch State Park is a 1,000-plus-acre park in San Mateo County. The park and ranch property was…More bought by the State of California in 1983 an includes all types of trees and areas, including wildlife, as well as eucalyptus trees. There are various hiking trails, as well as great views of the surrounding areas. Dogs are not permitted and there is no water in the park.
Smith Field, located at the end of Wavecrest Road, is the home turf for Half Moon Bay's Little League. To get there,…More turn right at the sign for Cameron's Restaurant and Inn when heading south on Highway 1.</p>
<p>Half Moon Bay Little League is comprised of teams in four leagues: the AAA League, Major League, Minor League, and Junior League. Players between the ages of 7 and 16 are eligible to join. The cost for each player is $65 per season. Teams practice once a week, and games are on Saturdays. More information about the League can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.</p>
<p>The field encompasses a group of five baseball diamonds clustered together (though fenced off separately) so that more than one game can be played at once. Bleachers are available for spectators, and classically-styled scoreboards bring the crowd back to a time before JumboTrons ever existed.</p>
<p>Dogs are not allowed on the field at any time, but there's a wide strip of grass with a trio of picnic tables on the side of one diamond, where dogs can hang out with their owners.</p>
The first thing you will notice about Flying Fish Grill is all the cars in the parking lot! This restaurant is known…More as "one of the worst kept secrets on the coast." With positive reviews in many national magazines and television shows, this small, unique restaurant is a definite destination stop for visitors when they come to Half Moon Bay. The Crabby Cheezy Bread, Jeaux's Special and cioppino are just a few of the popular items on the menu. The restaurant has a colorful, outdoor garden seating area which will make you feel like you are on vacation, even if you do have to go back to the office afterwards.</p>
<p>Flying Fish Grill is a dog-friendly business.</p>
At the Half Moon Bay State Beach, visitors can camp, fish, swim, surf and even try horseback riding on the trail…More above the beach. Located west of Highway 1, the four-mile beach has three parking lots that each give access to a different section: Francis Beach, Venice Beach and Dunes Beach. During weekends and holidays, a lifeguard is on duty.</p>
<p>A visitor center is open on weekends. Campers should make advance reservations by contacting Reserve America at 1-800-444-PARK (7275), or online at <a href="http://www.reserveamerica.com/">www.reserveamerica.com</a>. Fires, fireworks and dogs are not allowed on the beach at any time.</p>
<p>For those who don't want to leave Fido behind -- or would like to have the beach experience without getting sand between their toes -- it's possible to catch panoramic views from the picnic tables and the campgrounds.</p>
<p>Another option is walking, biking or running along the Coastside Trail, which overlooks the waves for an additional three-mile stretch. There's a generous smattering of benches, too. But be careful before setting out that picnic spread: Low-flying seagulls are plentiful.</p>