Huddart County Park
Huddart Park covers 900 acres of hiking and equestrian trails with views of the valley. Trails cover gulches, creeks, hillsides, coastal redwood forest, mixed evergreen forest and chaparral. Wildlife inhabitants include black-tailed deer, raccoons, black squirrels, jackrabbits, brush bunnies, chipmunks, lizards, a few bobcats, coyotes and grey foxes. Birds that make their home here are acorn woodpeckers, chickadees, towhees, Steller's Jays, quail, scrub jays, and wrentits. Shrubs include manzanita, chamise, chaparral pea, yerba santa, sticky monkey flower, wild lilac, toyon, wood rose, and poison oak. Wildflowers, such as western hound's tongue, indian warrior, and fremont's star lily (zygadene lily) also live here.
No dogs allowed. Bicycles are permitted only on paved roadways and in established parking areas.
Park opens at 8:00 A.M. and closes at the one half hour before sunset.
The vehicle entrance fee is waived for seniors 62 and older (non-holiday Mon - Fri only).
The Chickadee Nature Trail is a three quarter mile long wheelchair accessible trail.
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Address1100 Kings Mountain Road
From Highway 280, take the Woodside Road (Highway 84) exit. Turn westbound (towards Woodside). Proceed approximately 1.5 miles through the Town of Woodside. Turn right on Kings Mountain Road. Proceed up the hill to the main park entrance on the right hand side of the road.