Address:37°53'48.7"N 122°29'23.9"W (Entrance to the right off of Tiburon Blvd, next exit past Reed Ranch Rd, Tiburon, CA Parking: Free parking lot at the address above (it's a large lot but tends to fill up mid-day) Hours: Not posted Type: Walk (easy) Regulations: Dogs allowed on-leash Best time to visit: Anytime Description: This large open space centers around a huge bronze statue of Blackie - a horse that could be seen grazing in this pasture for 28 years. After Blackie's death, a statue was created in 1995 by Bay Area artist Albert Guitar. In the center of this park is a small hill with the remnants of railroad tracks, to remember the historical railroad that once crossed Tiburon Blvd. However, most visitors take the waterfront trail which has beautiful views of the San Francisco Bay, and you can even view the tip of the Golden Gate Bridge on a clear day. This waterfront trail runs for over 2 miles along the highway, hugging the water the entire way. It's a great place for a leisurely walk anytime, because the trail tends to stay cool because of the bay's breeze, even on a hot day. This park has nice restrooms with running water, water fountains outside the restroom and trash cans throughout the park.