Amphitheater

This amphitheater site approximately 1.5 acres in size with a wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-5%. There is partial shade due to surrounding vegetation composed of redwood, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny but occasionally, damp and cool. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Bay Picnic Area

This area is approximately 80' with 0% slope and an asphalt, wood chips surface. Pine and Oak trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and horseshoe pit are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Barbecues can be raised or lowered. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. Private vehicles are not allowed in the picnic areas.

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Bay View Shelter

Please Note: Bay View Shelter is available by reservation ONLY. This shelter is approximately 32' x 62' with a 0% slope, concrete surface. Thanks to its roof, shade is always provided. The surrounding vegetation is made up of Eucalyptus and Pine trees, plus schrubs. Expect cold, windy weather in the summer. A magnificent view of the Bay Area can be seen from here. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Beach Picnic Area

The Beach Picnic Area, located near the northern beach front, has four picnic sites. It enjoys access to large lawn areas which are great for softball, volleyball and football. Areas 5 and 6 and areas 7 and 8 may be coupled to accommodate groups of 150, respectively.

Beach Picnic Area 5

This area is located northeast of the park entrance. The area is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt surface, 0% slope. Pine trees can be found on the perimeter, but provide no shade over the picnic area. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F the winter. The wind picks up in the afternoon. There are large lawn areas great for softball, volleyball and football. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. One food truck per site is permitted.

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Beach Picnic Area 6

This area is located northeast of the park entrance. The area is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt surface, 0% slope.Pine trees can be found on the perimeter, but provide very little shade over the picnic area. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F the winter. The wind picks up in the afternoon. There are large lawn areas great for softball, volleyball and football. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Beach Picnic Area 7

This area is located northeast of the park entrance. The area is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt surface, 0% slope. Pine trees can be found on perimeter, but provide no shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F the winter. The wind picks up in the afternoon. There are large lawn areas great for softball, volleyball and football. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. One food truck per site is permitted.

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Beach Picnic Area 8

This area is located Northeast of the park entrance. The area is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt surface, 0% slope. Pine trees can be found on perimeter, but provide no shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F the winter. The wind picks up in the afternoon. There are large lawn areas great for softball, volleyball and football. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. One food truck per site is permitted.

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Buckeye Picnic Area

Please Note: Buckeye Picnic Area is available by reservation ONLY. This area is approximately 40' x 60' with a 15% slope, wood chips surface. Eucalyptus trees provide some shade. Expect cold, windy weather in the summer. This site is adjacent to an open meadow area with a spectacular view of the Bay Area, and to the Meadow View Playground with climbing structures and slides for kids. No jumpers are allowed in this area. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Chinook Youth Campground

Please note: The Chinook Youth Campground is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October.

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Choctaw Youth Campground

Please note: The Choctaw Youth Campground is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October.

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Creekside Picnic Area

The Creekside reservation site is approximately 50'x70' with 5 tables and 3 BBQ pits. The site is surrounded by willow trees and the South Fork of San Pedro Valley creek. The trees and creek provide a shaded, peaceful setting for a summer time picnic. The creek is not accessible due to native steal-head trout habitat.The site is available on a reservation basis for groups of up to 35 people. If the site is not reserved, the site is available on a first come, first served basis.

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De Anza Picnic Area

Please Note: De Anza Picnic Area is available by reservation ONLY. Located next to creek, this area is approximately 45' x 60' with a 1% slope, wood chips surface. Oak trees provide some shade. Expect cold, windy weather in the summer. A volleyball court and playground can be found near the area. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Doug Fir Group Campground

Memorial Park's newest reservable site, the Doug Fir Group Campground, combines sections of what was formerly the Sequioa B area. It is a spacious group site with a capacity of up to 30 people and eight cars/vehicles, which is set apart from other campsites and overlooks Pescadero Creek. The site has two large BBQs, a redwood serving table, four picnic tables, two fire rings, and one stone fire pit. This site is not trailer-friendly as there are no turn-arounds for trailers. There are currently no electrical connections at this site.

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East Meadow Picnic Area

This area is approximately 40' x 55' with a surface composed of wood chips and dirt, with a 5% slope. This area is mostly shady due to its surround vegetation of coast redwood, madrone, and oak brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provide, but not equipment, nor it is rented. About 200 ft. from the picnic area, there is a grass field, a great place to sunbathe. The field is open to all visitors and not just meadow picnickers.

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Edward Bacciocco Jr.Day/Overnight Youth Camp

The Edward Bacciocco Jr. Youth Camp Area is an area designed for day or overnight youth group camping. Set among eucalyptus, oaks, and coastal prairie, the area includes eleven campsites, a group picnic site, an amphitheater, restrooms with showers, and electrical outlets. The camp is located near trails where hikers can enjoy views of the bay, the San Francisco skyline, and the Pacific Ocean. Wildlife in the area include coyote, rabbit, several species of raptors, rare and endangered butterflies, as well as fourteen species of rare or endangered plants.

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Eucalyptus Picnic Area

The Eucalyptus Picnic Area is in the south of the park near Coyote Point Marina and contains four sites. These sites share use of a nearby volleyball court, a horse shoe pit, and playground. Areas 1 and 2 and areas 3 and 4 maybe be coupled to accommodate up to 150 people, respectively.

Eucalyptus Picnic Area 1

This area is Southeast of the park entrance. It is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt/wood chips surface, 0% slope. Eucalyptus trees provide partial shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F in the winter. The serving area is sheltered by a roof. This site is next to an asphalt bike/walk path and in front of the Coyote Point Marina. Volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are available. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Eucalyptus Picnic Area 2

This area is Southeast of the park entrance. It is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt/wood chips surface, a 0% slope. Eucalyptus trees provide partial shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F in the winter. The serving area is sheltered under a roof. This site is next to an asphalt bike/walk path and in front of the Coyote Point Marina. Volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are available. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Eucalyptus Picnic Area 3

This area is Southeast of the park entrance. It is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt/wood chips surface, 0% slope. Eucalyptus trees provide partial shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F in the winter. The serving area is sheltered under a roof. This site is next to an asphalt bike/walk path and in front of the Coyote Point Marina. Volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are available. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Eucalyptus Picnic Area 4

This area is Southeast of the park entrance. It is approximately 80' x 80' with a flat asphalt/wood chips surface, 0% slope. Eucalyptus trees provide partial shade. It is 80°-95°F in the summer and 45°-65°F in the winter. The serving area is sheltered by a roof. This site is next to an asphalt bike/walk path and in front of the Coyote Point Marina. Volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are available. Please bring your own equipment since none is provided nor rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Family Camping at Memorial Park

There are two Family Camping Areas in Memorial Park: the Azalea Flat, and the Sequoia Flat  with a total  of 126 camp sites. A maximum of eight people can be accommodated per site in these areas. Firewood is sold on site—check with Rangers for campfire restrictions. A limited number of sites can accommodate recreational vehicles up to 35 feet in length.

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Fir Picnic Area

This area is approximately 50' with a 0% slope and a wood chips surface. Oak and Fir trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and horseshoe pit are available on a first come, first served basis. Barbecues can be raised or lowered.

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Flood Park Baseball Diamond

CLOSED FOR RENOVATION

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Homestead Youth Camp #6

Please note: This is currently the only Homestead Youth Camp Area available for reservation. This area is reservable by groups with proof of youth group status. It offers tables and stone bbqs among redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry forest. The surface is a composed of natural forest ground cover and is partially shady. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Huckleberry Flat

The Huckleberry Flat group picnic area, surrounded by lush redwood, tan oak, and huckleberry forest, is divided into four separately reservable sections. Please note: Homestead Site 1 is currently closed to use.

Huckleberry Flat #1

Please note: this site is currently closed.

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Huckleberry Flat #2

This area is approximately 3 acre in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-2%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. There is a bathroom facility that serves four different Huckleberry Flat Group Picnic Areas. The restroom facility is near Huckeberry Flat #2 and it is wheel chair accessible. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Huckleberry Flat #3

This area is approximately 3/4 of an acre in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-2%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. There is a bathroom facility that serves four different Huckleberry Flat Group Picnic Areas. The restroom facility is near Huckeberry Flat #2 and it is wheel chair accessible. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Huckleberry Flat #4

This area is approximately 1.5 acres in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-1%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. There is a bathroom facility that serves four different Huckleberry Flat Group Picnic Areas. The restroom facility is near Huckeberry Flat #2 and it is wheel chair accessible. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Iris Point Picnic and Youth Day Camp

Iris Point Sites Closed Plans to rennovate for Junipero Serra Park's Iris Point youth day camp are in development.

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Jack Brook Horse Camp Area 1

This site is approximately 500' x 150' and has dirt and wood chip surface with a 5% slope. The surrounding vegetation is made up of redwood and live oak, which provides some shade. Expect hot summer days, cool nights and occasional heavy fog. Among the amenities of the site are showers/restrooms, a horse wash-rack, and an outdoor kitchen with refrigerator, freezer, and microwave (shared by all the camps). The area offers 48 horse paddocks and 6 tie posts available on a first come-first-serve basis. Portable corrals are permitted and firewood is available.

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Jack Brook Horse Camp Area 2

This site is approximately 50' x 30' and has dirt and wood chips surface with a 5% slope. The surrounding vegetation is made up of eucalyptus trees, which provide very little shade. Expect hot summer days, cool nights, and ocassional heavy fog. It rains in early May and after September. The area offers 48 horse paddocks and 6 tie posts available on a first come-first-serve basis. Among the amenities of the site are showers/restrooms, a horse wash-rack, and an outdoor kitchen with refrigerator, freezer, and microwave (shared by all the camps).

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Jack Brook Horse Camp Area 3

This site is approximately 500' x 150' and has dirt and wood chip surface with a 5% slope. The surrounding vegetation is made up of redwood and live oak, which provides some shade. Expect hot summer days, cool nights and occasional heavy fog. Among the amenities of the site are showers/restrooms, a horse wash-rack, and an outdoor kitchen with refrigerator, freezer, and microwave (shared by all the camps). The area offers 48 horse paddocks and 6 tie posts available on a first come-first-serve basis. Portable corrals are permitted and firewood is available.

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Knoll Day Camp Area

Knoll Day Camp Area is located atop the park knoll and is available by reservation year-round for Day Camp activities for organized Scout groups. This is a non-paved site with picnic tables that is nestled among shady eucalyptus trees. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. See day camping fees for pricing information.

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Madrone Picnic Area

This area is approximately 50' with a 0% slope and a wood chips surface. Oak trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball and horseshoe pit are available on a first come, first served basis; volleyballs and horseshoes are available for rent at the gatehouse. Barbecues can be raised or lowered.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area

Magic Mountain Picnic Area 9 (Capacity: 40) Magic Mountain Picnic Area 10 (Capacity: 40)

Magic Mountain Picnic Area 10

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has four tables and large group grill and can accommodate forty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 9 to accommodate a party of up to 80 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 11

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has four tables and large group grill and can accommodate forty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 12 to accommodate a party of up to 80 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 12

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has four tables and large group grill and can accommodate forty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 11 to accommodate a party of up to 80 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 13

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 14 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 14

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 13 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 15

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 16 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 16

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 15 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 17

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 18 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 18

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 17 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 19

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 20 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 20

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 19 to accommodate a party of up to 40 people.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 21

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 22

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. This is the largest of the Magic Mountain Picnic Sites. It has six tables, two serving tables and two group grills and will accommodate sixty persons. There is no electricity at the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 23

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has two tables and one grill that will accommodate up to twenty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Magic Mountain Picnic Area 9

This picnic site is conveniently situated near the Magic Mountain Playground as well as a large grass playing field. Trees provide partial shade, and a paved surface provides accessibility. The site has four tables and large group grill and can accommodate forty persons. There is no electricity to the site and all sites share common water. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis. This site may be combined with Magic Mountain Picnic Area 10 to accommodate a party of up to 80 people.

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Manzanita Picnic Area

This area is approximately 50' with a 0% slope and a partial paved and partial wood chips surface. Oak trees provide some shade. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. This area’s location near the playground and adjacent to a small lawn make it ideal for children’s birthday parties. (Because of size, no jump houses are allowed with the Manzanita Picnic site) Barbecues can be raised or lowered. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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Maple Picnic Area

This area is approximately 60' with a 0% slope and a wood chips surface. Oak, Redwood, Maple and Bay trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and horseshoe pit are available on a first come, first served basis; volleyballs and horseshoes are available for rent at the gatehouse. Barbecues can be raised or lowered. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis. Private vehicles are not allowed in the picnic areas.

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Meadow View Picnic Area

Please Note: Meadow View Picnic Area is available by reservation ONLY. This area is approximately 50' x 85' with a 15% slope, wood chips surface. Surrounding trees provide some shade. Expect cold, windy weather in the summer. This site is adjacent to an open meadow area with a spectacular view of the Bay Area, and to the Meadow View Playground with climbing structures and slides for kids. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Miwok Shelter

This area is approximately 45' x 75' with a flat surface made of concrete, 0% slope. This area is shady due to its large roof. Its surrounding vegetation is made up of oak, madrone, coast redwood and brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provided, but not equipment, nor it is rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Modoc Youth Campground

Please note: The Modoc Youth Campground is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October.

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North Walnut Grove Picnic Area

This site is approximately 75' x 90' with a quarry fines surface and a 0% slope. Its surrounding vegetation is made up of grass and eucalyptus, which provide partial shade.

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Oak Cove Youth Day and Overnight Camp Area

Please Note: Oak Cove Picnic Area is available by reservation ONLY.

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Oak Picnic Area

This area is approximately 35' x 60' with a surface composed of wood chips and a slope of 2%. It's well shaded due to a surrounding vegetation of coastal redwood, madrone, and brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby horseshoe pits are available for use, but equipment isn't provided, nor can it be rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Oak Premium Picnic Area

This area is approximately 125' with a 0% slope and an asphalt, dirt surface. Surrounding trees and shrubs provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and a softball diamond, near the Madrone & Fir areas, are available on a first come, first served basis. The softball field can be reserved for one hour at the gate house on the day of the picnic. The Oak Premium Picnic Area is divided into 3 areas, 2 are under the shade shelter.

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Overnight Youth Area

This site is approximately 30' x 80' with a surface of dirt and wood chips and a 0% slope. Its vegetation is made up willows, which provide some shade. Expect temperatures of 75°-90°F in the summer. Carts are provided as needed to carry in picnic supplies. No ground fires are allowed at this site. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis. Please contact the reservations desk for availability, fees, regulations and any questions you may have.

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Pine Picnic Area

This area is approximately 80' with a 0% slope and wood chips surface. Pine and Oak trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and horseshoe pit are available on a first come, first served basis. Barbecues can be raised or lowered. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis. Private vehicles are not allowed in the picnic areas.

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Redwood Flat

This area is approximately 2 acres in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-2%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Redwood Flat Youth Camp #1

This area is approximately 1 acre in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-2%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Redwood Flat Youth Camp #2

This area is approximately 1 acre in size with a crushed rock and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-2%. The area is partly shady due to its surrounding vegetation made up of redwood, tan oak, doug fir and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but sometimes damp and cool. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Redwood Picnic Area

This area is approximately 50' with a 0% slope and a wood chips surface. Redwood, Bay and Oak trees provide some shade, but it is mostly sunny. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer; light breeze in the afternoons. A nearby volleyball court and horseshoe pit are available on a first come, first served basis; volleyballs and horseshoes are available for rent at the gatehouse. Barbecues can be raised or lowered.

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Redwood Picnic Area

This area is approximately 55' x 50' with a surface composed of wood chips and dirt, with a 2% slope. This area is mostly shady due to its surround vegetation of coast redwood, madrone, and brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in summertime. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provide, but not equipment, nor rented. A small amphitheater is connected to the area and is available for use with your reservation. The parking area is made of gravel. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Redwood Shelter

This area is approximately 35' x 60' with a flat surface made of concrete, 0% slope. This area is shady due to its large roof. Its surrounding vegetation is made up of coast redwood, madrone and brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provided, but not equipment, nor it is rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Sequoia Amphitheater / Youth Day Camp

This amphitheater can be found at the Sequoia Day Camp Area behind the restroom. The amphitheater can accommodate up to 100 people. An amphitheater picnic area is also available near the grassy meadow where the flag pole stands. Electricity is not available, except for lights in the restroom. Parking in this area is limited is shared among all park users on a first come, first served basis.

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Sequoia Day Camp

This area is approximately 4 acres in size. It has a woodchip surface with a 5%-15% slope; paths are paved. Some shade is provided by wood structures built on each site. The surrounding vegetation includes oaks and small redwoods. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. An amphitheater is available upon request or permission. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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South Walnut Grove Picnic Area

This site is approximately 1/4 acre in size with a surface of quarry fines and a 0% slope. Its vegetation is made up of grass, willows and walnuts, which provide partial shade. Expect temperatures of 75°-90°F in the summer. A volleyball court and horse-shoe pits are available on a first come, first served basis; visitors provide their own equipment: nets, balls, horseshoes, etc.

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Toyon Campground

The three areas of Toyon Campground, set in a dense forest of redwood, madrone, and oak, are available for group camping by reservation only from the 2nd Sunday in May through the 3rd Sunday in October (closed Nov-April).

Toyon Campground #1

Toyon Campground #1 is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October. Please Note: A campfire permit is required. For more info contact Huddart Park, (650)851-1210.

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Toyon Campground #2

Toyon Campground #2 is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October. Please Note: A campfire permit is required. For more info contact Huddart Park, (650)851-1210.

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Toyon Campground #3

Toyon Youth Campground #3 is available for use by reservation ONLY and open from the 2nd Sunday in May to the 3rd Sunday in October. Please Note: A campfire permit is required. For more info contact Huddart Park, (650)851-1210.

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Werder Shelter

This area is approximately 85' x 35' with a flat surface made of concrete. This area is shady due to its large roof. Its surrounding vegetation is made up of redwood and a grassy meadow. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provided, but not equipment, nor it is rented. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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West Meadow Picnic Area

This area is approximately 50' x 45' with a surface composed of wood chips and dirt, 3% slope. It is mostly shady due to its vegetation of coast redwood, madrone, and oak brush. Expect temperatures of 70°F-90°F in the summer. Nearby volleyball poles and horseshoe pits are provide, but not equipment, nor it is rented. There is a grassy meadow about 200 ft. from the picnic area, which is open to all visitors and not just meadow picnickers. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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Willow Shelter Picnic Area

This shelter is approximately 32' x 62' with a 0% slope, concrete surface. Thanks to its roof, shade is always provided. The surrounding vegetation is made up of oak woodland and shrubs. Expect cold, windy weather in the summer. A creek can be found next to this facility. First come, first served parking is shared with Oak Cove and is therefore limited.

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Wurr Flat

The two group camping areas of Wurr Flat are located in the southeasterly portion of the park.

Wurr Flat #1

This area is approximately 2 acres in size with an asphalt and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-10%. The area is partly shady due to surrounding vegetation composed of redwood, doug fir, tan oak and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but can be cool and damp after sunfall. The site has room for 15 trailers or 15 tents and will seat 75 people. The bathroom and shower facilities are shared with Wurr Flat Camping Area #2. The area includes a lighted barbeque area. Be cautious of poison oak just off the trails.

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Wurr Flat #2

This area is approximately 2 acres in size with an asphalt and wood chip surface. Its surface slope varies from 0%-12%. The area is partly shady due to surrounding vegetation composed of redwood, doug fir tan oak and huckleberry. Days are usually sunny, but can be cool and damp after sunfall. The site has room for 15 trailers or 15 tents and well seat 75 people. The bathroom and shower facilities are shared with Wur Flat Camping Area #1. The facility includes a lighted barbeque area. Be cautious of poison oak just off the trails.

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Zwierlein Picnic Area

This area is approximately 75' x 110' with a wood chips and dirt surface, with a 2% slope. The surrounding vegetation is made up of coast redwood, madrone and brush. Expect warm to hot weather in the summer ranging from 70°F-90°F. A nearby horseshoe pit is provided, but equipment is not, nor is it rented. There are also two sand volleyball courts with nets (bring your own volleyball) at the end of the grassy meadows. Parking is shared among all park users and is available on a first come, first served basis.

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