Four years following an announcement by San Mateo County and Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) to protect Tunitas Creek Beach and create a new beach park, a milestone was celebrated on December 15 at the groundbreaking ceremony for visitor facilities.
Park passes are now available to checkout for free from San Mateo County Libraries thanks to a partnership between libraries and the San Mateo County Parks Foundation focused on increasing access to local parks.
Phase 1 plans will be presented to the Board of Supervisors at their Dec 13 meeting. Learn how to attend the board meeting in person or by teleconference.
At the November 15, 2022 Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board accepted recommendations from its ad hoc subcommittee including rate changes for the annual park pass and tent and trailer camping fees for the 2023 camping season.
The Climate and Habitat Resiliency Plan for Pescadero Creek Park will be presented to the Board of Supervisors on December 6 for review.
The Board of Supervisors has voted to provide an annual County Parks pass to individuals and families with low incomes.
The full Pescadero Creek Park Climate & Habitat Resiliency Plan is now posted on the San Mateo County Parks website.
Any US military veterans who provide proof of veteran status are granted free entrance to the twenty parks spread throughout San Mateo County.
Visit any of several San Mateo County Park locations that allow for recreational use by you and your dog.
We are excited to share the Pescadero Creek Park Climate & Habitat Resiliency Plan. Read the Plan summary and join us at two events planned for the first week in November.
On Wednesday October 26, the Tunitas Creek Beach Improvement Project will be presented to the Planning Commission to be considered for a Coastal Development Permit.