Hal Brown Park at Creekside

27-acre Hal Brown Park in Greenbrae has something for everyone.

Rangers Recommend

  • Travel walking paths along Corte Madera Creek, with views of Mount Tam.
  • Enjoy free play on a large expanse of pesticide-free turf.
  • The wellness grove features a variety of medicinal plants.
  • Take a meditative walk through the labyrinth, with mosaic by artist Rachel Rodi.
  • An amphitheater provides space for community music and theater.
  • The park is named for Supervisor Hal Brown, who served from 1982–2010, the longest term to date in Marin County.
  • Friendly dogs on leash are welcome. No dogs allowed in the playground area.


dog on leash
Dogs On Leash
Wheelchair Accessible


Benches, Lawn Turf, Restroom

Know Before You Go

  • Due to COVID-19 pandemic, visitors must maintain six feet of social distance, and carry a face covering to wear when necessary.
  • To protect sensitive habitat and wildlife species, people and dogs are not allowed in wetland areas.
  • If you want to bring a bounce house to the park, no reservation is required, but you need a short term use permit.
  • No organized sports at this park. Check the Activity Finder for other locations.