Cascade Canyon Preserve

All visitors must respect rules to keep the preserves safe and sustainable.

ALL VISITORS

  • No smoking or fires.
  • Weapons and hunting prohibited.
  • Motorized vehicles prohibited. (Individuals with qualified disabilities may operate certain kinds of zero-emission mobility devices on some roads,multiuse trails, and certain other facilities.)
  • Everyone must yield the right-of-way to horses. Bikes must also yield to pedestrians.
  • No model airplanes, drones, or other self-propelled crafts.
  • Permit required for commercial use and groups of more than 15 people.
  • Dispose of waste property. Pack it out.
  • All resources are protected. Do not follow, approach, or feed wildlife.

DOGS

  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. Leash must not exceed 6 feet in length.
  • Leashed dogs are only allowed on signed fire roads and trails. Off-fire road and off-trail use prohibited.
  • Individuals accompanying dogs are required to clean up and remove pet waste.
  • A maximum of 3 dogs per person is permitted. No commercial dog walking.

BIKES

  • Permitted on signed fire roads and trails designated for multiuse and hikers/bikes.
  • Off-fire road and off-trail use prohibited.
  • Speed limit is 15 mph or less. Must slow to 5 mph when passing others or around blind turns.

HORSES

  • Permitted on signed fire roads and trails designated for multiuse and hikers/horses.
  • Off-fire road and off-trail use prohibited except when watering or resting the horse.

In an emergency, call 911. To report an incident or suspicious activity, call the Ranger Field Office at (415) 473-2816 or submit an Incident Report via online form.

Visitors are responsible for knowing and obeying all Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD) regulations. Citations will be issued for violations. Read the official regulations: Marin County Municipal Code Appendix A.

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

The MCOSD is a special district pursuant to the California Public Resources Code. Marin County Parks oversees the management of the county parks system and provides public information on behalf of the MCOSD.