This is a fully restored wooden structure once used by Dr. Tripp as a general store, post office, and dental office in the heyday of Lumber industry in Woodside. Today, it is a county store filled with goods that a teamster, wagon maker, lumberman, or blacksmith might want.....in the 1800s that is! The Woodside Store is a house museum containing artifacts of the period displayed in the fashion of the times, offering a glimpse into the past of this once bustling logging area.
No dogs or other pets are allowed at the Woodside Store. See more park Regulations »
The Woodside Store is operated for the Department of Parks by the San Mateo County Historical Association. The docents working at the Store are volunteers. Special presentations and exhibits are also the work of these dedicated Association volunteers. If you are a history buff, a person interested in the County's colorful background, or just someone who would like to help the Association operate and maintain the Woodside Store, Sanchez Adobe, or the History Museum in Redwood City, you can call them at (650) 299-0104.