Bringing the Benefits of Nature to All

People need access to nature for recreation and for their physical and mental health. Our parks, trails and natural areas play a key role in our quality of life and attract visitors from near and far. POST works to protect lands that create a more connected network of regional trails and open spaces that can be enjoyed by all. Additionally, in collaboration with our public agency partners, we support opportunities to develop and improve public access amenities on those protected lands.

Tunitas Creek Beach: A New Public Park

At the end of 2017, POST purchased 58 acres of Tunitas Creek Beach, a popular spot near Half Moon Bay that had suffered severe environmental degradation.

In collaboration with San Mateo County Parks, we are currently working on opening it as a public beach. You can help make this exciting vision a reality! Learn more about the process.

 

Areas of Impact

POST’s work has been instrumental in protecting land for public use. Here are a few stand-out projects that we encourage you to visit.

Bay Area Regional Trails

Bay Area’s Regional Trails

Learn about the makings of thousands of miles of connected trails!
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Rancho Corral de Tierra

Rancho Corral de Tierra

Explore this southern gateway to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
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Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve

Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve

This south bay treasure contains over 4,000 acres of POST-protected land.
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Learn More About Our Other Program Areas

POST is working to create a more connected system of open space and increase access for all. You can help us!

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