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.
  • Soft surface play area for younger kids includes a sandbox, water feature, swings, tricycle track, spinning bowls, and sitting ducks.
  • Older kids can scale a 17-foot climbing net, and an 8-foot climbing wall, then hurl down a turbo slide.
  • The wellness grove features a variety of medicinal plants.
  • Take a meditative walk through the labyrinth, with mosaic by artist Rachel Rodi.
  • Try the Pétanque court. This European tossing game is easy to play.
  • 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.

Activities

dog on leash
Dogs On Leash
hiking
Hike
playground
Kids Playground
acessible
Wheelchair Accessible

Amenities

Benches, Drinking Fountains, Lawn Turf, Picnic Tables, Restroom

Know Before You Go

  • 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.