Flood Park Pump Track, located under towering redwood trees, is a paved circuit of rollers and banked turns for use by those on bicycles, skateboards, and scooters who can track solely by "pumping"—generating momentum by up and down body movements—instead of pedaling or pushing.
We encourage visitors who are coming to Flood Park specifically to use the pump track to park near the fields for easy access.
Flood Pump Track Rules
- Helmets are required; knee and elbow pads are recommended
- Children 8 years and under must be supervised by an adult
- Bicycles, skateboards, and scooters are allowed
- Please help us make this track safe and fun for everyone!
- Pay attention while you are riding, wait your turn, watch for other riders, and call out when passing
- If you're not riding or skating, stay off the track
- Keep food and drink containers outside of the track
- Don't alter track features or add ramps, rails, or cones
- Using the pump track is a "Hazardous Recreational Activity" per California Government Code 831.7
- All San Mateo County Park rules and regulations apply
Pump Track Tips
Realize Flood Park
Completion of the pump track is part of the first phase of construction for Realize Flood Park, a project focused on redesigning and revitalizing Flood Park in collaboration with the community. See the full landscape plan and learn more about the project at Realize Flood Park