Cowell-Purisima Trail, just south of Half Moon Bay, is a 3.6-mile gently graded path that winds along bluffs where farmland meets the Pacific Ocean.
Coyote Point Marina offers berths for sailboats, motorboats, and multi-hull boats in a beautiful and convenient location.
Coyote Point is a regional recreation area that provides a wide variety of opportunities: picnicking, swimming, windsurfing, bicycling, jogging, fishing, boating, and sailing.
The Crystal Springs Regional Trail is a planned 17.5-mile trail that, when finished, will extend from San Bruno to Woodside.
Devil’s Slide Trail is a 1.3-mile multi-use trail, converted from a former segment of Highway 1, that gives hikers, runners, bicyclists and equestrians access the rocky heights of Devil’s Slide above the Pacific Ocean.
The serpentine grasslands of Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve are famous for their magnificent displays of wildflowers each spring.
This rocky seashore hosts a living community of marine life that is of great interest to visitor and naturalist alike.
Famous for its large native Oak and Bay trees, Flood Park is a 21-acre retreat located in the midst of urban development.
Friendship Park, less than an acre in size, is a recreational neighborhood space with thirty community garden planters, colorful climbing structures, swing slides and more.
The forested slopes and steep, cool canyons of Huddart Park are located within easy reach of the population centers of the San Francisco Peninsula.
Nestled behind the cities of Millbrae and San Bruno, Junipero Serra Park affords a spectacular panorama of the Bay Area with unequaled views to San Bruno Mountain, San Francisco Airport, San Francisco Bay and Mount Diablo.
Memorial Park provides an opportunity to view outstanding old-growth redwoods and has picnic facilities, a nature center, a camp store, and campfire programs.
Mirada Surf West is located in the town of El Granada just south of Pillar Point Harbor. It is one of the few undeveloped coastal bluffs in the region.
The whimsical shipwreck-themed playground at Moss Beach Park features a sea creatures, a plank-walk, a tots area, and a crow's nest with climbable rigging.
This vast parkland of 8,020 acres is comprised of Sam McDonald, Pescadero Creek, and Memorial county parks.
Pillar Point Bluff offers hikers, joggers, bicyclists, and dog-walkers a chance to take in the breathtaking sights and sounds of the Pacific Ocean.
Quarry Park offers a play area for tots (ages 1-5) and youth (ages 5-12), ten picnic tables with four double barbecues and one single barbecue, a community garden, a tree house, open grassy areas, a restroom, and a parking area.
Sam McDonald, a unique and interesting 850-acre facility, is located approximately 3 miles west of La Honda on Pescadero Road. The park actually represents contrast between two separate natural environments.
San Bruno Mountain Park is a landmark of local and regional significance, standing as a unique open-space island in the midst of the peninsula's urbanization at the northern end of the Santa Cruz Mountain Range.
A 1,052-acre area embracing the middle and south forks of San Pedro Creek, which are Steelhead spawning grounds, this park is nestled amongst the Santa Cruz Mountain range and the foothills of Pacifica.
Along with a restored adobe residence from the mid 1800's furnished with period pieces, the area also contains the archaeological evidence of the Mission Dolores Outpost. The site now stands as a reminder of the more spacious and leisurely life of the past.
Tunitas Creek Beach currently has no facilities and is only accessible when accompanied by park staff.
The Woodside Store is a house museum containing artifacts of the period displayed in the fashion of the times, offering a glimpse into the past of this once bustling logging area.
Wunderlich Park is a hillside area of redwood forest, open meadows, and beautiful oaks and madrones. The park is largely open space, with a system of beautiful trails.