This family-friendly event is drawing more and more people who want to enjoy a relaxing summer evening with new friends to Coyote Point. There are three more Coyote Nights this summer, so don’t miss out!
One family rode their bikes over to Coyote Nights. Another brought a picnic dinner to enjoy in the park. One couple arrived from out of town and joined family members to celebrate their grandson’s birthday. Some people took advantage of the REI clinics while others just wanted to lay in a hammock listening to our DJ spin good tunes. All had a good time.
This week, the San Mateo County Parks Foundation made another gift to the San Mateo County Parks Department. Thanks to our wonderful donors, this gift of $151,826 allows several programs and projects to move forward. They include:
- Continuing to offer low-income, public transportation-dependent communities the opportunity to access our stunning parks through the County Park Shuttle. The Park Shuttle is a free weekend service with two routes that connects the communities of East Palo Alto, North Fair Oaks and Downtown Redwood City to two parks: Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve in Redwood City and Wunderlich Park in Woodside.