McNears Beach Park

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


  • Dogs and other domestic animals are not allowed, with the exception of dogs trained and used as service animals, as defined by the American with Disabilities Act. Individuals accompanying dogs are required to clean up and dispose of pet waste.
  • Keep the park clean and litter-free. Use garbage cans provided, and carry out all your belongings.
  • Keep the park peaceful. Loud noise and amplified music are not allowed.
  • No smoking, campstoves, or campfires. Fires are only allowed within designated BBQ pits. Portable BBQs must be raised from the ground by at least two feet. Dispose of hot coals in cans.
  • No camping or overnight stays.
  • No firearms or weapons of any kind.
  • Groups of 20 or more people must make a group reservation.
  • 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 license required to fish from the pier. When fishing from the shore, a valid fishing license is required.
  • Do not follow, approach, or feed wildlife.
  • No operating or landing aircraft of any kind, including drones.


  • Open during regular park hours. 
  • Tennis and pickleball play only.
  • Rubber-soled shoes only.
  • No dogs are permitted in the park.
  • First come, first serve. Play time is one hour or conclusion of set when others are waiting.
  • Commercial use is not allowed. Violators will be asked to leave the courts..
  • Tournaments and other special events require an approved Special Event Permit. Call (415) 473-7608 for more information.
  • To report maintenance or hazardous conditions please contact McNears park rangers at (415) 446-4424 or complete an Incident Report.

Always listen to Parks staff. 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.