Faude Park is best enjoyed by those who want to enjoy San Anselmo in its natural state. This 13.5 acre rock outcropping offers hiking and picnicking in a relatively untouched natural setting. Faude offers the visitor the chance to experience the quiet and tranquility of the San Anselmo hills, wooded areas and a meadow with a panoramic view of the Ross Valley. Fire roads and trails offer extensive hiking opportunities.
The park land was donated to the Town of San Anselmo in 1974 by C. Frederick Faude.
The park is located at the top of Broadmoor Avenue between Indian Rock Road and Tomahawk Drive.
Faude Park has no developed facilities so plan to bring what you need with you.