Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve is open for hiking and equestrian use. The Bill and Jean Lane Education Center reopened March 5, 2022.
The Clarkia Trail entrance and the Edgewood Trail entrance at the intersection of Edgewood and Cañada roads are now open.
Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve near Redwood City has miles of trails, shady picnic areas and some of the Bay Area’s most spectacular displays of spring wildflowers, native grasslands, and oak woodlands. Learn more about Edgewood Park.
Open 8:00 am every day of the year (including holidays).
The park closes at preset times prior to sunset.
The Bill and Jean Lane Education Center Hours
Since March 5th, the Ed Center has been open Saturdays & Sundays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Learn more about the Ed Center.
The main entrance at 10 Old Stage Coach Road accommodates about 36 cars, with some overflow street parking. There are other entrances with limited parking at the west Edgewood and Clarkia Trailheads. More details on parking and public transportation options.
There are over 10 miles of trails at Edgewood Park winding through woodlands, grasslands, and chaparral that offer magnificent views of the San Francisco Bay and the Santa Cruz Mountains. While bikes are not allowed within the park, most trails are open for equestrian use. Trail guide and map.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed at Edgewood Park, but you can find dog-friendly trails nearby at Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve.
10 Old Stage Coach Road,
Redwood City CA 94062.