Ride the County Park Shuttle
April 2017 - Bunnies are popping up all over, including at Edgewood Park and on the free Park Shuttle. Ride the shuttle to Edgewood and Wunderlich parks and pick up our new bunny critter pin to celebrate spring weather and wonderful outings.
San Mateo County Parks’ new Park Shuttle now links East Palo Alto residents to Edgewood County Park & Natural Preserve in Redwood City and Menlo Park residents to Wunderlich County Park in Woodside every Saturday and Sunday. Intermediate stops for both shuttles include the Fair Oaks Community Center on Middlefield Road and Redwood City Transit Center on Winslow in downtown Redwood City.
The shuttle service begins at 9 a.m. every weekend day at the East Palo Alto and Menlo Park shuttle stops. You can see where the shuttle is along its route by going to SanMateo.thebus.mobi.
People can also walk, bike or drive to a shuttle stop served by both shuttles at the Redwood City Transit Center, which is conveniently served by Caltrain and numerous SamTrans buses and shuttles.
It’s convenient – you can leave your car at home, avoid traffic congestion and crowded park parking lots and help reduce fuel emissions at the same time.
Enjoy hiking, picnicking or nature exploration at these parks and attend any scheduled nature walks, history programs or other events led by County Park Rangers or Park Partners.
Watch this webpage for updates.
Group Scheduling Available for Park Shuttle
If your group is considering a visit to Edgewood and Wunderlich parks on our new Park Shuttle, let us help you plan your trip. Complete our request form to let us know the size of your group and when you plan to visit. We can provide hike recommendations and even coordinate a docent led hike and tour of the Carriage House Museum at Wunderlich Park. Please contact us at least thirty days in advance of your visit.