San Pedro Valley Park contains seven trails offering a variety of habitats, lengths and levels of difficulty. One of the most scenic trails, Montara Mountain Trail, offers views of Pacific Ocean, the Farallon Islands and the exterior of Pacifica. Brooks Creek Trail offers views of Brooks Falls as it drops 175 feet in three tiers during the rainy months of winter and spring. Learn more about specific San Pedro Valley Trails below.

Observe all trail signs and posted speed limits. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not allowed off designated paved areas. Please respect your fellow trail users and follow the trail etiquette guidelines for safe and courteous trail use.

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Brooks Creek Trail

Brooks Creek Trail offers views of Brooks Falls as it drops 175 feet in three tiers during the rainy months of winter and spring. The trail forms a 2.2-mile loop with Montara Mountain Trail.

Brooks Creek Trail Photo
Hazelnut Trail

The thick vegetation of Hazelnut Trail offers a good survey of native flora. The trail links the valleys of the South and the Middle Forks at a considerable elevation and enjoys views of the Montara Mountain side, the Pacific Ocean, Sweeney Ridge, and the expansive valleys of the park. Horses are welcome.

Hazelnut Trail Photo
Montara Mountain Trail

One of San Pedro Valley Park's most scenic trails, Montara Mountain Trail offers views of Pacific Ocean, the Farallon Islands and the exterior of Pacifica.

Montara Mountain Trail Photo
Old Trout Farm Loop Trail

A mostly level road that travels from the Trout Farm picnic area along the South Fork of San Pedro Creek.

Old Trout Farm Loop Trail Photo
Plaskon Nature Trail

A short trail great for easy plant identification and experiencing nature up close in a riparian environment.

Plaskon Nature Trail Photo