Do you have to pay to get into Coyote Point? The Range is open separately to both the public and law enforcement personnel. The Rangemaster can be reached at (650) 573-2557. Admission is $5.00 for adults and $4.00 for youth 17 and under. The times for public use are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Can you swim at Coyote Point? Coyote Point is a recreation area with a public beach on the north most tip of San Mateo, California. With a semi sheltered stretch of water between the rocky point itself and Fisherman’s Park it’s one of the few places open water swimmers can take a dip in the bay and get some yardage in the bay.
Are dogs allowed at Coyote Point Beach? To preserve the natural environment of Coyote Point Recreation Area, all plants, animals and natural features are protected. During the San Mateo County Parks Dog Pilot Program, dogs are allowed on trail in designated areas. Please check signage for restrictions. Other pets are not allowed.
Is alcohol allowed in San Mateo Parks? Can we have alcohol at our party? Yes, at most parks. You will need to pay $50.00 for an alcohol permit. Alcohol is not permitted at Ryder Park, Harborview Park, Parkside Aquatic Park, Shoreview Park or Laurelwood Park.