In the wake of the partial government shutdown, we took some time to reflect on our partnerships with federal agencies. Welcome back, friends! We missed you.
We're lucky to live close to so many towering groves of redwood trees. But let's be honest, we all have our favorites. Here are our top four.
Want to take it easy? Here are some of our favorite easy trails through POST-protected open spaces. We'll also share tips on how to optimize your pack to make hikes more comfortable. Enjoy!
To keep you in the loop with our progress at Tunitas Creek Beach, we caught up with San Mateo County Parks to ask them a few questions about this project. Here's our conversation.
Learn more about our favorite dog-friendly hiking trails for you to explore with your furry friends!
Living and working in a city, it can be easy to think that you have to make a long trip to get outside and away from it all. Well, think again. There's a great hike waiting for you in our local baylands.
Nothing brings two people together like quality time in the great outdoors. That's why we were so excited when we found this 1.5 mile hike to Schilling Lake. It's a great spot for a weeknight date, or romantic weekend stroll.
POST’s involvement with Pillar Point Bluff didn’t end when we saved the land from development and transferred it to San Mateo County.
We know you love to hike, bike, and walk your dogs on our beloved local open spaces. One of those special places is Pillar Point Bluff, a POST-protected property just north of Half Moon Bay that’s a favorite destination for hikers, dog-walkers, and birdwatchers.
In 1976, a year before POST was founded, San Mateo County Parks completed their first comprehensive Trails Plan. In it, they envisioned a public trail hugging the coast all the way from Thornton Beach to Año Nuevo.
Help us protect open space on the Peninsula and in the South Bay for the benefit of all.