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Crane Creek (Sunday Hike)

Crane Creek
http://www.bahiker.com/northbayhikes/crane.html

Directions: http://mapq.st/1152Mlj

"Large paved parking lot. $7 parking fee (no parking along the road outside the gate) via self registration. On-leash only". The solar-powered parking machine here takes credit/debit cards, in addition to cash.

This trail is under 1 hour and has fairly level terrain. We can also do multiple loops depending on energy levels.

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  • Caren L.

    We would love to hike with our dog but am waiting for a hike where the doggies cango off leash. Is there such a thing?

    December 6, 2013

    • Andrew

      To my knowledge, there are only two [legal] predominantly off-leash hikes in the North Bay: Sleepy Hollow and Dillon Beach. The Easy Bay has at least two (and probably more): Pt Pinole and Pt Isabelle

      December 6, 2013

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