By the County of San Mateo
Special, limited-access events are coming to Edgewood Park to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Friends of Edgewood and of the designation of the park as a Natural Preserve.
Events include photography and nature walks, workshops, butterfly adoptions, stargazing and even a birthday party.
Space is limited for all events except the birthday party, so register early.
See a full list of events on the downloadable PDF document included in the photos section of this article.
Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve is located about 1.5 miles east of Interstate 280 on Edgwood Road, near Redwood City and San Carlos.
The serpentine grasslands of Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve are famous for their magnificent displays of wildflowers each spring. The park’s location, within easy access to Interstate 280 and Edgewood Road, makes this beautiful display readily accessible to people on the Peninsula. The park’s 467 acres of woodlands and grasslands afford wonderful hiking and sightseeing opportunities.
The Bay Checkerspot Butterfly, once an inhabitant of the entire Bay Area and now listed as an endangered species, is now found only in a select few areas including this park, Kirby Canyon in southern Santa Clara County, Coyote Ridge in San Jose, and San Bruno Mountain State and County Park in northern San Mateo County.
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