Used by hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians, this 5-mile stretch of road connects the Sam McDonald Park parking lot with Old Haul Road and is the access point for many trails in Pescadero Creek Park. As it has a steep grade, it is recommended for the downhill portion of your hike.
A .36 mile multi-use and ADA accessible trail from Magellan Ave. to Surfers Beach provides an important link in the California Coastal Trail, a popular trail for sea-side strolls, jogs, or rides. Another trail leads from Highway 1 to Quarry Park through Mirada Surf East. paths are open to hikers, joggers, equestrians, bicyclists and dogs on leash.
An excursion from Weiler Ranch Trail that winds through a small Eucalyptus forest, open grassland and Coastal Chaparral. Excellent views of Montara Mountain, the Middle Fork of San Pedro Creek valley and the coast. Horses are welcome.
The 1-mile Vista Point Trail begins as a service road in the main parking lot. The road enters a dense eucalyptus forest and begins to gain elevation. Enjoy great views through the trees of the Pacific Ocean.
This 0.3 mile trail connects the Pescadero Creek Park Trailhead (Wurr Road) at Wurr Flat Campground and Creek Flat Picnic Area. A steep spur trail near Pescadero Creek links with Sequoia Trail and gives access to Sequoia Flat Campground.