Playground at Quarry Park
Playground at Quarry Park
Quarry Floor at Quarry Park
Vista Point Trail at Quarry Park

This 517-acre park is located in the community of El Granada, 25 miles south of San Francisco, and just 4 miles north of Half Moon Bay's historic district. From Highway 1 in El Granada, exit at Coronado St. and follow the signs. The entrance to Quarry Park is located at the corner of Santa Maria Ave. and Columbus St.

Quarry Park offers a play area for tots (ages 1-5) and youth (ages 5-12), ten picnic tables with four double barbecues and one single barbecue, a community garden, a tree house, open grassy areas, a restroom, and a parking area. Take a self-guided tour »

Reservations are not required to use picnic sites. However, reservations are required for special events or to use a jumper in the park (recreational play structure fees apply). Lean how to obtain a jumper permit or call (650) 363-4020 for more information.

Dogs on leash are permitted on the trails of Quarry Park. However, dogs aren't allowed in the playground area.

Vista Point Trail

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.

The Wicklow Property

Added to Quarry Park, Summer 2014

The Wicklow Property is a natural addition to Quarry Park in the quaint coastside community of El Granada. It includes 478 acres of grassy hillsides, coastal ridges, a massive eucalyptus forest and pine and cypress groves. There is a system of trails throughout the property that go right up from the playground, restroom and parking lot already present at Quarry Park. Trails meander through meadows, forests and the quarry floor, and lead to destinations like a cool, algae-covered lake and a raised boardwalk at the harbor view vista point. The Wicklow property (as well as the grassy fields adjacent to the playground at Quarry Park) is dog-friendly and even includes a dog station in the parking lot. This is a welcome policy for dog-loving coastside residents. We hope you come out and enjoy one of San Mateo County's newest additions -- there is plenty to explore and discover in this beautiful park!

Community Garden

Interested in getting involved with the Quarry Park community garden? Email QPCGarden@gmail.com.