San Mateo County Parks
Wunderlich Park is a mostly wild hillside area of redwood forest and open meadows.
467 acres of woodlands and grasslands that afford wonderful hiking and sightseeing opportunities.
900+ acres of coastal mountain side with trails running over unique hillside habitats.
Picnicking, swimming, windsurfing, and more. Magic Mountain Playground and CuriOdyssey museum.
Friendship Park is a recreational neighborhood space with thirty community garden planters.
Flood Park is a recreational oasis in the heart of urban development with picnic and sports facilities.
The 1,314-foot San Bruno Mountain and 2,416 acres of rugged landscape.
Junipero Serra Park affords a spectacular panorama of the Bay Area.
A vast area of creeks and meadowland nestled in Pacifica’s foothills.
A dense redwood forest popular for its family camping areas and educational trails.
A unique and interesting 850-acre facility, approximately 3 miles west of La Honda.
Just south of Half Moon Bay, this is a 3.6-mile gently graded path that winds along bluffs where farms meet the Pacific.
This Marina offers berths for sailboats, motorboats, and multi-hull boats in a beautiful and convenient location.
Over 15 miles of trail for running, biking, or strolling along the beautiful Peninsula Watershed.
1.3-mile multi-use trail that gives hikers, runners, bicyclists and equestrians access the rocky heights of Devil’s Slide.
The Fitzgerald Marine Reserve’s rocky tidepools are rich with diverse marine life.
One of few undeveloped coastal bluffs. The California Coastal Trail meanders through.
A community playground in Moss Beach with whimsical shipwreck theme.
A vast forested parkland with trails that cater to hikers and equestrians.
Pillar Point Bluff lets hikers, joggers, bicyclists, and dog-walkers take in the sights and sounds of the Ocean.
A 517-acre park located in El Granada with a play area kids, picnic tables and a community garden.
Sanchez Adobe a historical, restored residence from the mid-1800’s furnished with period pieces.
Tunitas Creek Beach lies halfway between Half Moon Bay and Pescadero.
The Woodside Store historical site was once used as a general store and post office.