After the heavy rainfall in Winter 2019, Brooks Creek in San Pedro Valley Park has a healthy flow of water runoff from the mountain. Video taken by Ron Wilson.`
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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 […]