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Sorich Ranch Open Space Park
500 San Francisco Blvd, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Sorich Ranch Open Space Park features the native beauty of the rolling San Anslemo hills. This mostly undeveloped parkMore provides just a few benches and picnic tables at the entrance. Hiking trails in varying degrees of difficulty are available in several directions.  This park is located at the very end of San Francisco Boulevard.
Red Hill Community Park
525 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Red Hill Community Park is a public space maintained by the Friends of Red Hill Community Park association of MarinMore County. It includes a synthetic turf atheltic field used by the community for football, soccer, lacrosse, etc. It also features an officially sanctioned dog park, a walking track, and a multi-use court. 
Fairfax Women's Club
46 Park Rd, Fairfax, CA 94930
This space was donated to the town by the Fairfax Women’s Club. This building is a meeting place for theMore community, and hosts meetings, events and activities, including the famed Fat Tire Festival. This facility is close to a creek and a playground and is surrounded by plant life and the Bocce Court. Persons interested in joining the Women's Club or learning more about it are advised to call the Town of Fairfax.
San Anselmo Recreation Department
1000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Ste 14, San Anselmo, CA 94960
San Anselmo Recreation Department hosts events for community residents in public parks and communal spaces. The eventsMore organized by the San Anselmo Recreation Department include pick up sports activities like yoga, soccer, dance, softball and more. Additionally, picnic areas can be reserved through the Recreation Department web site. 
Leonard Charles & Associates
7 Roble Ct, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Since 1977, Leonard Charles & Associates has offered environmental impact analysis, resource planning, park and openMore space planning, community and land use planning and public infrastructure. Its clients include city and county planning departments, city and county public works departments, water districts, sanitation districts, school districts and county and state councils and governments.
Terra Linda-Sleepy Hollow Divide Northern Preserve
270 Fawn Dr, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Linda-Sleepy Holly Divide Northern Preserve is part of an open space preserve that consists of 1,168 acres ofMore rolling hills, trees, plants and wildlife. A multiuse pathway called Mission Pass Path is located on the 300 block of Fawn Drive in a residential area. This wide, paved fire road is often used for hiking, biking, running and dog walking. The path winds through coast live oak, California bay, toyon, young valley oak, coyote brush and buckeye. There are no drinking fountains, park benches, picnic tables, grills or other amenities, so bring what you need. Dogs are permitted on leash on trails and off leash under voice command on fire roads.