McInnis Park

Please observe park rules to make your visit safe and enjoyable.


  • Keep the park clean and litter-free. Use garbage cans provided, and carry out all your belongings.
  • Dogs may be off leash if under voice control. Leash must be no longer than 6 feet.
  • Dogs are not allowed in tennis courts, with the exception of service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Individuals accompanying dogs are required to clean up and dispose of pet waste.
  • Keep the park peaceful. Loud noise and amplified music are not allowed.
  • No smoking, campstoves, or campfires. Fires are only allowed within designated BBQs.
  • No firearms or weapons of any kind.
  • No operating or landing aircraft of any kind, including drones.
  • No alcoholic beverages.
  • No camping or overnight stays.
  • Groups of 20 or more people must make an advance reservation. Learn more about group reservations.
  • Some park locations may require permits for commercial use, including tours, classes, camps, film, or photography. Learn about permit applications.
  • Fishing is allowed subject to regulations of California Fish and Game, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Marin County Parks. No live bait. Valid fishing license required.
  • Do not follow, approach, or feed wildlife.


  • Open sunrise to sunset.
  • Tennis and pickleball only.
  • Rubber-soled shoes only.
  • No pets in court.
  • Reservation play has priority over walk-on play. Call (415) 473-6387 to reserve play time. Play time is reserved in one-hour increments. Back-to-back reservations allowed.
  • If court is not reserved and others are waiting, play time is one hour or to the conclusion of set.
  • Courts 1 and 2 are set aside for pickleball.
  • Commercial use allowed by permit only, call (415) 473-7608.


Always listen to park rangers. Rule violations can result in citation and fines. Read the official Parks regulations: Marin County Municipal Code Title 10.

Call (415) 473-6387 for more information regarding allowable types and use of mobility devices for people with qualified disabilities.