Thanks to a grant from the San Mateo County Parks Foundation, the Friends of San Pedro Valley Park have published a guide to the more common mushrooms found in the […]
Below is the work plan developed by the San Pedro Creek Watershed Coalition. We will have a meeting sponsored by the Friends and held in the park’s Visitors Center on […]
Homemade walking sticks crafted from bamboo. Only $8 at the visitor center store.
San Pedro Valley Park Visitor Center Grand Opening, Saturday September 2, 2017 Join our rangers and Friends for Take a Hike starting at 9 AM Grand opening is set for […]
Brooks Fall has a limited source of water and thus does not flow all year round. Right after a heavy rain is the best time to hike the Brooks Falls […]
The renovations at the Visitor Center included a new water fountain that is water bottle friendly. So the Friends are now selling stainless steel water bottles with a San […]
Brooks Falls trail is now opened and the bridge has been replaced thanks to the hard work of our rangers and with a little help from the friends.
March 8, 2016 Hikers should be alerted that bridge crossing a small stream half way up the Brooks Falls Trail was washed out in the recent heavy rains. We […]
Montara Mountain is back in print! Barbara VanderWerf’s guidebook to the trails, plants and fascinating historical lore of the Montara Mountain area including San Pedro Valley Park is available at […]
Allow us to introduce you to our new website. Through the design process we have focused on helping others to discover the rich natural features of San Pedro Valley Park. As well, we hope to keep you up to date with what’s currently happening in the park, via our news and events feeds.