City Parks & Recreation in San Mateo County
Each city within San Mateo County offers parks to explore and recreational activities to suit your interests. Check out your local city park and recreation department today to learn what is happening in your community.
Redwood City offers more than 30 unique parks and play areas. Come and enjoy a park today.
The City of San Mateo has approximately 200 acres of open space, paths, trails, picnic and play areas.
Offers seasonal activities to serve the leisure time of the residents of Daly City.
South San Francisco offers over 270 acres of parks and open space.
The City of San Bruno offers many outdoor spaces, parks and other amenities to enjoy.
The beaches and coastline make Half Moon Bay a local, regional, and global destination.
Choose from a city park, nature preserve, or a special event facility for gatherings and activities.
A range of parks, facilities, and educational and entertainment programs and services.
Millbrae offers 13 parks, civic facilities, the Spur Trail, public events and beautiful urban landscaping.
The City of Menlo Park offers a wide range of park and recreation opportunities.
Hillsborough welcomes you and your family to visit one of our beautiful and welcoming parks.
Offering a wide range of educational, creative and fun programs for our community.
Burlingame has nearly 20 beautiful, interesting, diverse and welcoming parks for your enjoyment.
Brisbane has several parks and trails. At the center of town is the Community Park.
Belmont offers 14 parks on 31 acres and 337 acres of open space for hiking, running and bike riding.
Holbrook-Palmer Park is a 22-acre garden setting with indoor and outdoor facilities.