Edgewood Park and Preserve
This park is famous for its fields of wildflowers in the springtime. The protected wilderness area is 467 acres with elevation ranging from 240 to 873 feet above sea level. There is a variety of ecological diversity with grasslands, chaparral, coastal scrub regions, foothill woodlands that support over 500 distinct plant species, the threatened Bay Checkerspot Butterfly, frogs, lizards, foxes, coyote, bobcat, raccoon, deer, and over 70 resident and migratory birds. Activities include hiking, wildlife watching, horseback riding and picnicking. There are 5 trails throughout Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve: Edgewood Trail (1.93 Miles), Serpentine Loop (1.94 miles), Ridgeview Loop (1.38 miles), Clarkia Trail (.74 Mile), and the Sylvan Loop (2.5 Miles). The Sylvan Trail is the only trail that horses are not allowed. There are restrooms on site.
No bikes and no dogs are allowed.
Everyday from 8 am to dusk.
Free parking and entrance.
There is one designated handicapped parking space, and the trails are wheelchair accessible as far as the picnic area.
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Edgewood Road and Old Stage Coach Road near 280, Redwood City, CA 9406210 Old Stage Coach Rd
Phone: (650) 691-1200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org