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Editorâ€™s note Welcome to the 15th annual INFO Menlo resource guide, published by The Almanac. Within these pages is a wealth of helpful information on everything from schools to parks to how to contact public officials. Want to know where to see live theater, play a game of badminton, take a hike or send your preschooler? Itâ€™s all inside. This book covers four municipalities: Atherton, Menlo Park, Portola Valley and Woodside. Each city and town section provides contact information for police, fire, libraries, building inspectors and more. Sections include the arts, community services, outdoors and recreation, activities for children, schools and government services. Much more information is available online, at www.AlmanacNews.com under â€œCommunity resources.â€? Extensive information online is also available about our surrounding communities, including Stanford, Palo Alto and Mountain View. Our cover photo this year â€” Abby Jorgensen giving her horse a smooch after riding practice at The Horse Park in Woodside â€” was shot by Almanac Photographer Michelle Le.
Danny Youstra sits on his father Billâ€™s shoulders to get a good view of the Flight Night Electric Airshow held at Portola Valley Town Center.
If you have suggestions for next yearâ€™s INFO Menlo, please send email to kkane@ paweekly.com or editor@AlmanacNews.com. Photos by Michelle Le
Sharvil Kekre studies his next move during the Bay Area Chess Tournament, held at Encinal Elementary School.
Karla Kane Editor, INFO Menlo
Inside By the Numbers ...............................................8
City & Towns ..................................................44
Arts & Entertainment ................................. 13
Public Officials............................................... 51
Outdoors & Recreation .............................. 19
Kidsâ€™ Stuff ........................................................23
City and Town map ..................................... 45
Education ........................................................ 27
Index ................................................................. 53
Our Community............................................ 37
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FAC TS AND STATISTICS ABOUT ATHERTON, MENLO PARK , PORTOL A VALLEY AND WOODSIDE People
Population (2010): 32,026
Households (2010): 1,689
Population (2000): 30,785
Persons per household (2010): 2.57
Population (1990): 28,040
Single-family housing (2010): 74%
Population (1980): 26,438
Median home selling price (through June 2011): $1,750,000
Racial/ethnic breakdown (2010)
Median home selling price (2005): $1,927,000
White: 70.2% Black: 4.8%
Education and income
Hispanic/Latino: 18.4% Asian/Pacific Islander: 1.4%
Adults with bachelorâ€™s degree or higher (2010): 87%
American Indian/Alaska native: 0.5%
Mean household income: $206,250
Photo by Michelle Le
Winemaker Michael Martella, center, manages the production process while Kaylan Sellingsloh fills a barrel full of wine at Fogarty Winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Incorporated: November 16, 1956
Persons per household (2010): 2.53
2011-12 town operating budget: $5.46 million
Single-family housing (2010): 61.3%
Town employees: 20 full-time employees and four part time employees
Median home selling price (through June 2011): $1,200,000 Median home selling price (2005): $1,270,000 Median condominium/townhouse selling price (through June 2011): $665,000
Town facts Incorporated: Sept. 12, 1923 2011-12 town operating and capital improvements budget: $11.6 million
Households (2005-09): 2,479
Police employees: 22.75
Median home selling price (through June 2011): $3,200,000
ZIP code: 94027
Median home selling price (2005): $3,012,500
People Population (2010): 6,914 Population (2000): 7,194 Population (1990): 7,163 Population (1980): 7,797
Median condominium/townhouse selling price (through June 2011): $545,000
Racial/ethnic breakdown (2010):* White: 80.4%
Median household income (2005-09): $185,000
Asian/Pacific Islander: 13.8%
Other/mixed: .45% *Bay Area Census
Incorporated: Nov. 23, 1927 2011-2012 general fund budget: $37.4 million (preliminary) City employees: 239 full-time equivalents Sworn police officers: 36 ZIP code: 94025
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Town facts Incorporated: July 14, 1964 2011-12 town operating budget: $3.86 million Town employees: 13 full-time; 2 part-time Police: By contract with San Mateo County Sheriffâ€™s Office ZIP code: 94028
Adults with bachelorâ€™s degree or higher (2005-09): 81%
ZIP code: 94062
Population (2010): 5,486 Population (2000): 5,352 Population (1990): 5,035 Population (1980): 5,291
Racial/ethnic breakdown (2005-09): White: 90% Asian/Pacific Islander: 5% Hispanic: 7 % Multiracial: 3%
Housing Households (2010): 1,914 Persons per household (2010): 3.29
Education and income
Adults with bachelorâ€™s degree or higher (2000): 76.2%
American Indian: 0.2%
Median household income (2005): $107,261
Persons per household (2005-09): 2.94 Single-family housing (2000): 99%
Police employees: By contract with San Mateo County Sheriffâ€™s Office.
People Education and income Adults with bachelorâ€™s degree or higher (2005): 68.1%
Households (2010): 13,085
People Population (2010): 4,348 Population (2000): 4,462 Population (1990): 4,194 Population (1980): 3,939 Racial/ethnic breakdown (2005-09):
Single-family housing (2010): 74.6% Median home selling price (through June 2011): $1,600,000 Median home selling price (2005): $2,065,000
Education and income
Adults with bachelorâ€™s degree or higher (2010): 74%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 4%
Median household income: $214,300
Hispanic: 4% Multiracial: 7.2%
(Sources: Bureau of Census, town & city halls, Association of Bay Area Governments, California State Department of Finance. Housing prices from the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors.)
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Anderson Collection in Menlo Park One of the most outstanding private collections of 20th-century art in the United States. Major post-war movements represented include Color Field Painting, California Funk Art, Bay Area Figurative Art and Contemporary Abstract Painting. Public monthly tours on the third Thursday of the month at noon. No tours in July, August, December and January. Free. Advance reservations required. t tLTBSBDJOP!BBDPMMFDUJPODPN tXXXBBDPMMFDUJPODPN Master Community Calendar You can get timely information on arts and entertainment or submit a listing at www. PaloAltoOnline.com. Click on Master Community Calendar. t Portola Art Gallery at Allied Arts Guild "SCPS3PBE .FOMP1BSL)JHIRVBMUJZ SFQSFTFOUBUJPOBMBSUCZSFHJPOBMMZBOE OBUJPOBMMZSFDPHOJ[FEBSUJTUT)PVST.PO 4BUBNQN t tXXXQPSUPMBBSUHBMMFSZDPN Redwood City Art Center#SPBEXBZ 4U 3FEXPPE$JUZ8PSLTCZJOIPVTF artists, including paintings and fine art jewelry. Classes for children and teens as well as adults. Scholarships available. Outreach programs to schools and the community. Nonprofit groups display their BSUTJOUIFGSPOUXJOEPX)PVST.PO'SJ BNQNBOECZBQQPJOUNFOU t tXXXSFEXPPEDJUZBSUDFOUFSPSH Stanford Art Spaces7JB1BMPV 1BVM G. Allen (C.I.S.), Stanford University. One of the largest galleries in the Bay Area. Exhibitions change every two months, XJUINPSFUIBOXPSLTQFSTIPX 8PSLTIJHIMJHIUFEBSFCZFTUBCMJTIFE BOEFNFSHJOHBSUJTUT)PVST.PO'SJ BNQN t tNBSJHSPT!DJTTUBOGPSEFEV tDJTTUBOGPSEFEV_NBSJHSPT Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery -BTVFO.BMM 4UBOGPSE5IF4UBOGPSE %FQBSUNFOUPG"SU"SU)JTUPSZFYIJCJUT student, faculty and other artists works. "ENJTTJPOGSFFQBSLJOHGSFFBGUFSQN on weekdays and all day on weekends. )PVST5VF'SJBNQN 4BU4VO BNQN t tIUUQBSUTUBOGPSEFEV
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Kings Mountain Archers P.O. Box 2794, Redwood City. Located at Huddart County Park, 1867 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside. Field-archery club meets for tournaments the second Sunday of each month. Informal archery range open to the public daily from 8 a.m.-dusk. Practice range to 100 yards. Roving field range with 28 paper targets. No reservations needed. $60 yearly household membership. tGPSSFDPSEFENFTTBHF tJOGP!LJOHTNPVOUBJOBSDIFSTPSH tXXXLJOHTNPVOUBJOBSDIFSTPSH
Badminton Royal Badminton Academy 190 Constitution Drive, Menlo Park. Geared for every level of play from novices to Olympic hopefuls, GGBC offers lessons taught by championship-level professionals, summer camps, private and group lessons. Monthly and annual memberships, drop-in, prepaid and court rentals available. t tXXXSPZBMCBENJOUPODPN Arrillaga Family Gym 600 Alma St., Menlo Park. Four courts are available for badminton and one court for volleyball. Drop-in on 4VOEBZQN$PTUJTCSJOH your own racquet and birdies. Gym shoes required. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH
Bike rental Menlo Velo Bicycles&M$BNJOP3FBM Menlo Park. Mountain bikes and road bikes for rent. Open Monday-Wednesday, Friday BNQN5IVSTEBZVOUJMQN 4BUVSEBZBNQN4VOEBZQN (April-September). t tNFOMPWFMPCJDZDMFTDPN
Biking CaĂąada Road5IJTNPTUMZĂ¸BUSPBE (pronounced â€œKan-ya-daâ€?) parallels I-280 GPSNJMFTGSPN8PPETJEF3PBEUP)XZ 92, past such scenic attractions as the Filoli &TUBUFBOEUIF1VMHBT8BUFS5FNQMF#JLF lanes accommodate riders for the entire length. On most Sundays the road is closed UPBVUPUSBĂłDBNQNGSPN&EHFXPPE Road to Hwy. 92, creating an ideal refuge for cyclists and in-line skaters. t 4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ#JDZDMF Sunday Info Line tXXXDIBJOSFBDUJPODPNDBOBEB@SPBE htm Kings Mountain Road Beginning out of Woodside, Kings Mountain Road provides a HPPESPVUFUPSFBDI4LZMJOF5IFDMJNCJT miles long with numerous switchbacks and DMJNCT GFFU8FFLFOEUSBĂłDJTIFBWZ compared to the weekdays, but the scenery is always worth it. tHSBQIJDTTUBOGPSEFEV_MVDBTQHSBEF kingsmountain.html
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Camping Huddart County Park 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside. Group campsites only, open May-September, by reservation. Picnic HSPVOET CBSCFDVFT HSBTTZBSFBT NJMFT of hiking and horse trails (no bikes allowed), QMBZBSFB/PQFUTFOUSZGFFQFSWFIJDMF per day. Huddart Park is open daily at 8 a.m. year round. Closing time varies by month. 4J[FBDSFT t GPSSFTFSWBtions tXXXFQBSLTOFU Memorial County Park1FTDBEFSP $SFFL3PBE -PNB.BS OFBS5VTDBEFSP Road and Hwy. 84 junction. Picnic and campgrounds set in a redwood forest. 4IPXFSTBWBJMBCMFGPSOPNJOBMGFFOJHIU per campsite by reservation only. Day use JTWFIJDMF/PQFUT#BDLQBDLJOHUSBJMT free with permit. Family and youth group camping, naturalist program and museum. Family and group picnic area. Open daily at 8 a.m. Closing time varies by month. Size: 499 acres. t HFOFSBM JOGPBOEDBNQTJUFBWBJMBCJMJUZ 4021 for camping reservations and horse camp availability and reservations. tXXXFQBSLTOFU Pescadero Creek Park1FTDBEFSP $SFFL3PBE -PNB.BS OFBS5VTDBEFSP
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Meredith Loughlin rides her horse Pilgrim at the Horse Park at Woodside.
Road and Hwy. 84 junction. Hiking, biking, IPSTFCBDLSJEJOHPO BDSFT1FTDBEFSP $SFFL XIJDIĂ¸PXTZFBSSPVOE JTBNBKPS steelhead trout spawning stream. Size: 8,020 acres. t DBNQTJUF BWBJMBCJMJUZ GPSSFTFSWBtions tXXXFQBSLTOFU Portola Redwoods State Park 9000 Portola 4UBUF1BSL3PBE' -B)POEB'SPN)XZ UBLF"MQJOF3PBEXFTUGPSNJMFT BOEUIFO turn onto Portola State Park Road. Portola IBTGBNJMZBOEGPVSHSPVQDBNQTJUFT 'BNJMZTJUFTDPTUQFSOJHIUUSBJMDBNQTJUFT BSFQFSOJHIU-JNJUTJYQFPQMF TJYTJUFT Day parking $10. Senior days are $9. Open 6 a.m. to sunset. tGPSHFOFSBMJOGPSNBUJPO GPS1PSUPMB3FEXPPET SFTFSWBUJPOTGPS4MBUF Creek reservations tXXXQBSLTDBHPW Sam McDonald County Park 1FTDBEFSP3PBE -PNB.BS OFBS5VTDBEFSP Road and Hwy. 84 junction. Family picnic BSFB IJLJOHBOEIPSTFCBDLSJEJOH BOE+BDL Brook Horse camp for families, groups or individuals who camp with their horses. No EPHTBMMPXFEBOZXIFSFJOQBSL4J[F acres. tFYUUPSFTFSWF4JFSSB $MVCIJLFSTIVUPSIUUQ SFTFSWBUJPOTFQBSLTOFUJOEFYBTQ QBSL@
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tMFTTPOT!DBMJGPSOJBSJEJOHBDBEFNZDPN tXXXDBMJGPSOJBSJEJOHBDBEFNZDPN Glenoaks Equestrian Center Alpine Road, Portola Valley. A full-service equestrian facility providing boarding, training and riding lessons for riders of all BHFTBOEFYQFSJFODFMFWFMT5BLFMFTTPOT on your own horse, a lease horse or one of Glenoaksâ€™ lesson horses and ponies. Home of Isola Stables, an award-winning A-Show jumper barn. One week summer camps available. t tHMFOPBLTTUBCMFT!HNBJMDPN tXXXHMFOPBLTFRVFTUSJBODPN Horse Park at Woodside, The4BOE Hill Road, Woodside. Site for equestrian FWFOUTBOEUSBJOJOH&WFOUJOH IVOUFS jumper, dressage, polo, carriage driving, reining, pony club and other equestrian events. Facilities open for dog walking and USBJOJOH5IFQBSLJTPQFOGSPNEBXOVOUJM dusk, office hours Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-4 p.m. t tJOGP!IPSTFQBSLPSH tXXXIPSTFQBSLPSH Horse rentals5IFSFBSFNBOZQMBDFTUPSFOU horses from Saratoga to Portola Valley and Half Moon Bay, many with trails and lessons. Check Yellow Page directory under Horse Rentals and Horse Stables. tXXXIPSTFSFOUBMTDPN
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Peninsula Carriage Driving Club P.O. Box 620448, Woodside. For people interested in FRVJOFQPXFSFEWFIJDMFT&WFOUTJODMVEFBO annual combined driving event, play days, driving clinics and pleasure drives. tLBUIJEBODFS!BPMDPN tBDPSONSDPNQDED
Kramer Training"OTFM-BOF .FOMP Park. Lesson program for all ages. Lessons can include grooming, saddling, tacking up, tacking down and other basics of horse NBJOUFOBODF5SBJOJOHGPSUIPTFXIPPXO their own horses. t5VF4BUBNQN tXXXKQUSBJOJOHDPN Misty Ridge Farm 1600 Arastradero Road, 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ&OHMJTIIVOUTFBUSJEJOH lessons for children and adults, beginners through advanced stressing the welfare of both horse and rider. Includes horse care and safe handling. Horses available for lease, show and practice rides. t#PCCJ1FUSPWBU tCQFUSPW!DPNDBTUOFU tXXXCQFUSPWDPN National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy (NCEFT) 880 Runnymede Road, Woodside. Specializes in â€œhippotherapy,â€? physical, occupational or speech therapy using the movement of the horse as a treatment strategy to address physical disabilities. Also offers therapeutic riding and interactive vaulting, therapeutic driving, recreational programs for people with EJTBCJMJUJFT'JOBODJBMBTTJTUBODF5SFBUNFOU TFTTJPOTBSFDPOEVDUFE.PO'SJBN p.m.
San Mateo County Horsemenâ€™s Association P.O. Box 620092, Woodside. Learn more about horses, equestrian events and issues important to the equestrian community. t tTNDIB!TNDIBPSH tXXXTNDIBPSH Shoestring Farm 1600 Arastradero Road, Portola Valley. Located at Portola Pastures, Shoestring offers private and group lessons in one of two outdoor arenas on the premises. Cross country lessons can CFHJWFOBU5IF)PSTF1BSLBU8PPETJEF $5&5" KVTUBTIPSUUSBJMFSSJEFBXBZGSPN the barn. t tXXXTIPFTUSJOHGBSNTDPN Spring Down Equestrian Center Portola Road, Portola Valley. Riding lessons EBJMZ CFHJOOFSUPBEWBODFE&OHMJTIIVOU seat and dressage. Private, semi-private and group lessons. Year-round camps, celebration parties for kids and Girl Scout badge parties. t
tTEFDFOUFS!BPMDPN tXXXTQSJOHEPXODPN Webb Ranch 2720 Alpine Road, Menlo Park. 3BODIPĂ˛FST&OHMJTIBOEXFTUFSOSJEJOH lessons, spring and summer camps, trail rides and boarding. Horsemanship badges for Girl Scouts available. t MFTTPOPĂłDF 3*%& tDJOEZ!XFCCSBODIJODDPN tXXXXFCCSBODIJODDPN Woodside Junior Riders5SJQQ3PBE 8PPETJEF4VNNFSQSPHSBNJO&OHMJTI riding and horsemanship for children ages 6-16 who live in the Woodside-Portola Valley Fire District. Course culminates in horse show in late August. Horses provided. Mailing address: 110 Laning Drive, Woodside, CA 94062. t tLBUIJEBODFS!BPMDPN tXXXXPPETJEFKVOJPSSJEFSTPSH
Ice Skating Nazareth Ice Oasis#BZ3PBE Redwood City. Public sessions, skating parties, adult and youth hockey, dance and private lessons, group lesson. Home to UIF*DF0BTJT4LBUJOH4DIPPM5IF*DF0BTJT Skating and Hockey Club for individuals and families, with an upstairs club viewing lounge, wireless Internet, game room, PVUTJEFEFDL MBSHFTDSFFO)%57BOE Nazareth Ice Oasis Grill. t tXXXJDFPBTJTDPN
hether you are looking for a great bottle of wine or a wide selection of organic produce & meats, Roberts Market has it all.
Try a sandwich from our famous deli, or choose from a large variety of specialty items as well as fresh fruits & vegetables - all under one roof. Our friendly and knowledgable staff will helpyou make all the best selections!
Open 6:30 am - 8:00 pm daily 3015 Woodside R Rd., Woodside, CA phone 650 650.851.1511 4420 Alpine Rd., Portola Valley, CA phone 650 650.851.1711
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Winter Lodge.JEEMFĂśFME3PBE 1BMP "MUP5IFPOMZQFSNBOFOUPVUEPPSTLBUJOH rink west of the Sierras is open September"QSJM"ENJTTJPO3FOUBMT%JTDPVOU cards available. Weekly lessons offered at all levels for both children and adults. Parties. t SFDPSEJOH tXXXXJOUFSMPEHFDPN
Open Space Areas Coal Creek Open Space Preserve5SBJMT NJMFTGPSIJLJOH CJDZDMJOH FRVFTUSJBO Rolling meadows, oaks, grasslands, large madrone trees, forested headwaters of two creeks. Leashed dogs permitted, ideal for hiking with dogs. Caltrans vista point on Skyline Boulevard approximately 1.2 miles OPSUIPG1BHF.JMM3PBE4J[FBDSFT t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve Skyline Boulevard, south of Kings .PVOUBJO3PBE 5SBJMTNJMFTGPSIJLJOH bicycling, equestrian. Parking: Limited spaces at Caltrans Skeggs Point vista parking BSFBMJNJUFESPBETJEFPO4LZMJOF#PVMFWBSE 3PVUF 4UFFQ IFBWJMZGPSFTUFEUFSSBJO SBSFBOEGSBHJMFTBOETUPOFGPSNBUJPOT SFEXPPETDSFFLIFBEXBUFST1PQVMBSXJUI bicyclists. No dogs allowed. Size: 2,817 acres. t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Los Trancos Open Space Preserve Page .JMM3PBE NJMFTFBTUPG4LZMJOF#MWE
5SBJMTNJMFT)JLJOHBOEIPSTFCBDLSJEJOH allowed. Bicycles and dogs are not allowed. 7JFXTPG4BO'SBODJTDPBOE.U%JBCMP mile self-guided San Andreas Fault trail with CSPDIVSFPOFBSUIRVBLFGFBUVSFT&OUSBODF on Page Mill Road, 7 miles west of Highway 280. Size: 274 acres. t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH
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Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District%JTUFM$JSDMF -PT"MUPT'PVOEFE by Santa Clara County voters in 1972, the Open Space District offers more than BDSFTPGVOEFWFMPQFEQVCMJDMBOET Most areas are open for hiking, cycling and horseback riding. Free docent-led activities. Steep trails, redwood canyons, madrone and pine forests mark the 26 preserves, which are open year-round from sunrise to a half-hour after sunset. Helmets are required for bicyclists at all times. Fires and smoking are prohibited at the preserves. Dogs permitted in some preserves. David Daniels Nature Center at Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve. t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSHBCPVU@VT Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve4LZMJOF#PVMFWBSE NJMFTTPVUI PG)XZ5SBJMTNJMFTPGEFWFMPQFE trails and historical logging roads provide opportunities for hikes, bikes or horse SJEFT%PHTBSFOPUBMMPXFE5SBJMTPVUPG UIFDBOZPODMJNCVQUP GFFU5IF centerpiece of this preserve is Purisima
Ravenswood Open Space Preserve&BTU Palo Alto. end of Bay Road, east of U.S. )JHIXBZ5IJTQSFTFSWFJTDPNQSJTFE of two noncontiguous areas located south of the Dumbarton Bridge and adjacent to 4BO'SBODJTDP#BZ5IFMBSHFSBSFBJTMPDBUFE OFBS$PPMFZ-BOEJOHJO&BTU1BMP"MUP5IF marsh attracts a variety of migrating birds including sandpipers, dowitchers and avocets. Great blue herons, white pelicans, BOEFHSFUTBSFBMTPDPNNPONJMFTPG trail. Wheelchair accessible. Hiking and bicycling is allowed, but horses and dogs are OPUBMMPXFEPOUIFUSBJMT4J[FBDSFT t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH
CFGPSFQBSLJOH4J[FBDSFT t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSHQSFTFSWFT QS@UIPSOFXPPEBTQ Windy Hill Open Space Preserve Skyline #PVMFWBSE 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ5XFMWFNJMFTPG trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, LJUFĂ¸ZJOH7JFXTPGUIF1FOJOTVMBBOEDPBTU picnic tables, creeks, grassland ridges, and BQPSUJPOPGUIF3JEHF5SBJM4QSJOH3JEHF QBSLJOHBSFBPO4LZMJOF#PVMFWBSE NJMFT south of Highway 84. Additional roadside parking is available along Skyline Boulevard. Hang gliding, paragliding and remote control gliding are allowed by obtaining a QFSNJU4J[F BDSFT t tJOGP!PQFOTQBDFPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSHQSFTFSWFT QS@XJOEZ@IJMMBTQ
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areas in Menlo Park. Located adjacent to the Civic Center complex, the park provides diverse facilities easily accessible to all Menlo Park residents. Swimming pool, tennis courts, gym, lighted tennis courts, playground, playing field for baseball or TPDDFS QJDOJDBSFB SFTUSPPNT4J[F acres. tHZNOBTJVN"GUFS TDIPPMQSPHSBN tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTCVSHFTTIUN City of Menlo Park5IF$JUZPG.FOMP Park website has pictures and information on all of the cityâ€™s parks and facilities. t$PNNVOJUZ4FSWJDFT%FQBSUNFOUBU tDTE!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTIUNM Edgewood County Natural Preserve 0ME4UBHFDPBDI3PBE PĂ˛&EHFXPPE Road near I-280, Redwood City. Hiking, horseback trails, picnic sites, barbecue pits, restrooms. Noted for spring displays PG$BMJGPSOJBOBUJWFXJMEĂ¸PXFST/PEPHT bikes or smoking. Open 8 a.m. to posted seasonal hours. Size: 467 acres. t tXXXFQBSLTOFU Flood Park#BZ3PBE .FOMP Park. Famous for its large native Oak and Bay trees, Flood Park is a 21-acre retreat located in the midst of urban development. Park users have access to areas for drop-in picnicking activities, as well as more active activities such as softball, tennis, horse shoes, volleyball BOEQFUBORVF5IFSFJTPGUFOBIJHI demand in the summer months by local teams for the baseball field located in the eastern portion of the park. Summer BNTVOEPXOBGUFS0DU QBSLDMPTFT earlier. No pets. Vehicle entry fees are charged at the gate house. Size: 21 acres. tHSPVQSFTFSWBUJPOTDBMM tXXXDPTBONBUFPDBVTQPSUBMTJUF parks Fremont Park Santa Cruz Avenue and University Drive, Menlo Park. Benches, lighted walkways, grassy spot for a downtown picnic lunch. Home to the 4VNNFS$PODFSU4FSJFT4J[FBDSF tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTIUNM Holbrook-Palmer Park8BULJOT"WF Atherton. Garden setting with indoor and outdoor facilities, including a main house, +FOOJOHT1BWJMJPO DBSSJBHFIPVTFBOE water tower, tennis center, walking path, playground and playschool. Size: 22 acres. t tBUIFSUPO!DJBUIFSUPODBVT tXXXDJBUIFSUPODBVT Huddart County Park 1100 Kings Mountain Road, Woodside. Hiking and horse trails, picnic tables, barbecues, grass lawn areas, archery range (maintained by Kingâ€™s Mountain Archery Club), group camping areas, restrooms. Also accessible through Huddart Park are trails JOUIF1IMFHFS&TUBUFGPSIJLJOH XJMEMJGF oakwood and redwood forest. Pets not permitted in San Mateo County parks. No bicycles allowed on trails. Vehicle entry GFFDIBSHFEBUHBUFIPVTF4J[FBDSFT 22 s WWWTHEALMANACONLINECOM s )NFO -ENLO 0ARK
tGPSSFTFSWBUJPOT tXXXFQBSLTOFU Jack W. Lyle Park Middle Avenue and Fremont Street, Menlo Park. Originally known as Los Amigos Park and part of UIFPME'SFNPOU&MFNFOUBSZ4DIPPM -ZMF Park is named in memory of the only active police officer killed while on duty in Menlo Park. Features walking path with benches, an open playing field, half court basketball and playgrounds. Located adjacent to the Rosener House in a SFTJEFOUJBMOFJHICPSIPPE4J[FBDSFT tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH Kelly Park5FSNJOBM"WF .FOMP1BSL Part of the Onetta Harris Community Center complex, Kelly Park includes a soccer field, baseball diamond, basketball court, picnic area and restrooms. Adjacent to senior center, swimming pool, youth center, community center and Belle Haven )FBMUI$MJOJD4J[FBDSFT t Marketplace Park Ivy Drive and Market Place, Menlo Park. Located across from the Boys and Girls Club, Marketplace Park JT.FOMP1BSLTOFXFTUQBSL5IFQBSL was renovated as part of the Belle Haven neighborhood improvement program. Features park lighting, playground, grassy area and paved walkways. Size: 1 acre. Nealon Park 800 Middle Ave., Menlo 1BSL/BNFEJOIPOPSPG+BNFT+/FBMPO Picnic area, large playground, softball field, lighted tennis courts and off-leash dog area. Size: 9 acres. tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNQBSLTOFBMPOIUN Pulgas Water Temple Canada Road CFUXFFO)XZBOE&EHFXPPE3PBE Redwood City. Closed in 2011 due to construction. t Seminary Oaks Park Santa Monica Avenue near Middlefield Road, Menlo Park. Originally a part of St. Patrickâ€™s Seminary, Seminary Oaks Park is located adjacent to the Vintage Oaks neighborhood. Includes open play field, a relaxing â€œserenityâ€? rock garden, walking USBJMTBOEQMBZHSPVOET4J[FBDSFT Sharon Hills Park West of Alameda de las Pulgas on Valparaiso Avenue, Menlo Park. A beautifully landscaped walkway, scenic views and serene surroundings. Benches BOEXBMLJOHQBUIT4J[FBDSFT
with benches and tennis courts. Size: BDSFT Willow Oaks Park Willow Road and Coleman Avenue, Menlo Park. Located BEKBDFOUUPUIF8JMMPX0BLT&MFNFOUBSZ School, the park provides a convenient location for weekend soccer matches or an afternoon tennis game as well as a comfortable meeting spot for neighborhood residents. Features lighted tennis courts, field, open space, playground, off-leash dog area and public art. Size: 2.6 acres. Wunderlich County Park 4040 8PPETJEF3PBE 8PPETJEF5IJTBSFBXBT once the ranch of the Folger family and was donated to the County by Martin 8VOEFSMJDI5XPNJMFTTPVUIXFTUPG the town of Woodside, this park offers miles of trails through redwood forests and madrone-covered hillsides for both hiking and horseback riding. Dogs are not permitted. Size: 942 acres. t tXXXFQBSLTOFU
Parks (further information) San Mateo County Parks and Recreation Foundation#BZ Road, Menlo Park. Foundation seeks tax-deductible donations of money and stock to help county parks. t tJOGP!TVQQPSUQBSLTPSH tXXXTVQQPSUQBSLTPSH
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Private Swim & Tennis Clubs Ladera Oaks"MQJOF3PBE 1PSUPMB Valley. Family-oriented swim, tennis and fitness club with two year-round pools, six lighted tennis courts, a fitness center and sports activity lawns. Offers swimming and tennis lessons, personal training, youth and masters swim teams, junior tennis program BOE645"UFBNT'JUOFTTDFOUFSPQFOEBJMZ BNQN.FNPSJBM%BZ-BCPS%BZ BOEBNQN-BCPS%BZ.FNPSJBM%BZ t tXXXMBEFSBPBLTDPN
Skateboarding Burgess Skate Park 700 Alma St., Menlo Park. Open for general skateboarding half hour before sunup to sundown. Users are required to wear helmets, elbow and knee pads. Facility is for skateboards and in-line skating only. Adult supervision required for children under age 14. tPS"BSPO+PIOTPOBU tBKPIOTPO!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNTLBUF@QSPKFDUIUNM
Outdoor Ice Skating & Tennis
Come Join the Fun! Ice Skating D Daily public sessions D Private parties available D Lessons for all ages D Open September - April Tennis D Lessons year round
Sharon Park Sharon Park Drive & Monte Rosa Drive, Menlo Park. Lake, paved pathways, benches, shaded gazebo, grass area, playground, natural wooded area. Size: 9.8 acres. Stanford Hills Park Branner Drive at Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park. Open space GPSQJDOJDT TVOCBUIJOH LJUFĂ¸ZJOH roller skating and a quiet stroll. Features benches, walkways, large grassy space and parking areas. Located near SLAC /BUJPOBM"DDFMFSBUPS-BCPSBUPSZ4J[F acres. Tinkers Park4BOUB$SV["WFOVFBU&MEFS Avenue, Menlo Park. Located next to )JMMWJFX4DIPPM 5JOLFST1BSLGFBUVSFTB fenced-in childâ€™s playground, picnic area
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Belle Haven Child Development Center 410 Ivy Drive, Menlo Park. Preschoolers. 3-5 yrs. Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Maximum capacity: 96. Director: Natalie Bonham. t tOBCPOIBN!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUTDPN DIJMEDBSFIUNM Beth Jacob Preschool"MBNFEBEFMBT 1VMHBT 3FEXPPE$JUZ1SPHSBNPOFUPÃ¶WF EBZTBXFFL NPTZST0Ã²FSTTJYXFFL TVNNFSDBNQGPSZST+FXJTIWBMVFT BOEFYQFSJFODF%JSFDUPS"OO$BVUFSVDDJ t tXXXCFUIKBDPCSXDPSH Carillon Preschool1PSUPMB3PBE Portola Valley. Developmentally appropriate, QMBZCBTFEQSPHSBNTGPST TBOEZPVOH T GPSDIJMESFOZST NPTZST NPT BO PVUSFBDIPG$ISJTU&QJTDPQBM$IVSDI)BMGEBZ QSPHSBN4QFDJBMNVTJDDMBTTFT TDJFODFBOE DIBQFM%JSFDUPS-ZOO4PXFST t tDBSJMMPOQSFTDIPPM!DDQWXPSH tXXXDDQWXPSH Childrensâ€™ Creative Learning Center Atherton-BT-PNJUBT&MFNFOUBSZ4DIPPM "MBNFEBEFMBT1VMHBT "UIFSUPO ZSTBNQN)PU-VODIBOE4QFDJBM /FFETQSPHSBNT4VNNFSDBNQBWBJMBCMF /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS%FCCJF5BN t tXXXDDMDDPN Family Connections10#PY 4BO $BSMPT"UVJUJPOGSFFQBSFOUQBSUJDJQBUJPO QSFTDIPPMGPSMPXJODPNFGBNJMJFTXJUI DIJMESFOVQUPZST1BSFOUTSFDFJWF MFBEFSTIJQBOECBTJDQBSFOUJOHUSBJOJOH $MBTTFTNFFUUXPUPUISFFUJNFTBXFFL %JSFDUPS3FOFF;JNNFSNBO t tJOGP!GBNJMZDPOOFDUJPOTPSH tXXXGBNJMZDPOOFDUJPOTPSH GeoKids/Menlo Survey Day Care Center .JEEMFÃ¶FME3PBE .BJM4UPQ .FOMP 1BSL*OGBOUT NPT UISPVHIQSF,/"&:$ BDDSFEJUFE1MBZCBTFEQSPHSBNMPDBUFE PO.FOMP1BSLDBNQVTPGUIF6OJUFE4UBUFT (FPMPHJDBM4VSWFZ 64(4 %JSFDUPS)FBUIFS .PSBEP t tIFBUIFS!HFPLJETPSH tXXXHFPLJETPSH Kirk House Preschool+PIOTPO4U .FOMP1BSLZST)BMGEBZNPSOJOHBOE BGUFSOPPODMBTTFTUJNFTQFSXFFL .PO 'SJ4VNNFSTFTTJPOTBWBJMBCMF%JSFDUPS $BSPM%BZ t tLIQ!NQQDPSH tXXXLJSLIPVTFQSFTDIPPMPSH Ladera Community Church Preschool "MQJOF3PBE 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ'PVS ZFBS QBSUUJNFQSPHSBNGPSZST/"&:$ BDDSFEJUFE PQQPSUVOJUJFTGPSTDIPMBSTIJQ Ã¶OBODJOH%JSFDUPS4BOEJ4OJEFS t
tMBEFSBQSFTDIPPM!TCDHMPCBMOFU tXXXMBEFSBQSFTDIPPMPSH Littlest Angels Preschool Bethany -VUIFSBO$IVSDI $MPVE"WF .FOMP 1BSL1SPHSBNTBWBJMBCMFGPSZST'PST Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-noon; 3-5 yrs Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-1 QN#FGPSFTDIPPMDBSFBWBJMBCMFTUBSUJOHBU BNBOEBGUFSTDIPPMDBSFBWBJMBCMFVOUJM QN&OSPMMNFOUGPS PSEBZTBXFFL %JSFDUPS,BUIZ4UJOTPO t tLBUIZT!CFUIBOZNQPSH tXXXCFUIBOZNQPSHQSFTDIPPM t tOSKPOFT!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUTDPN DIJMEDBSFIUNM Menlo Childrenâ€™s Center-BVSFM4U .FOMP1BSLNPTZST.PO'SJBN QN FYDFQUIPMJEBZT1BSFOUQBSUJDJQBUJPO FODPVSBHFE%JSFDUPS/BUBMZB+POFT t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUTDPN DIJMEDBSFIUNM Menlo-Atherton Cooperative Nursery School.JEEMF"WF .FOMP1BSL 1SFTDIPPMFSTBOE1SF, BHFTNPTZST Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Parent cooperative. /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS,SJTUZ3PPT 5BZMPS t3FHJTUSBUJPO tXXXNBDPPQPSH New Horizons School Age Center 4IBXOFF1BTT 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ,.PO'SJ QN%JSFDUPS"KNJS5IPNQLJOT t Palo Alto Preschool&M$BNJOP3FBM 1BMP"MUP1BMP"MUP1SFTDIPPMJTBCJMJOHVBM $IJOFTF NPOUFTTPSJQSFTDIPPMGPSBHFT ZST t tXXXQBMPBMUPQSFTDIPPMPSH Peninsula School1FOJOTVMB8BZ .FOMP 1BSL1SFTDIPPMHSBEF XJUIBOFOSPMMNFOU PG'PVOEFEJO$MBTTFTJONVTJD QIZTJDBMFEVDBUJPO TDJFODF BSU XFBWJOH DMBZ XPPETIPQ KFXFMSZ EBODF BOEESBNB 4VNNFSTDIPPM+VOF"VHVTUGPSDIJMESFO ZST%JSFDUPS,BUZ%BMHMFJTI t tLBUZ!QFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH tXXXQFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH Phillips Brooks School, The"WZ"WF .FOMP1BSL1SFTDIPPMFSTHSBEF'PVOEFE JO"OJOEFQFOEFOU DPFEVDBUJPOBMEBZ TDIPPMTUVEFOUT4QFDJBMJ[FEDMBTTFT JOBSU NVTJD QIZTJDBMFEVDBUJPO TDJFODF UFDIOPMPHZ BOEXPSMEMBOHVBHF 4QBOJTI BOE.BOEBSJO %JSFDUPS%FCSB+BSKPVSB t tXXXQIJMMJQTCSPPLTPSH Playschool, The)PMCSPPL1BMNFS1BSL 8BULJOT"WF "UIFSUPO1SFTDIPPMFST NPTZST/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE.PSOJOH BOEBGUFSOPPOQSPHSBNT4VNNFSDBNQT GPSDIJMESFOCFHJOOJOHBUZST +VOF"VHVTU %JSFDUPS"OOF-J[B4FMHB t tXXXLOPYQMBZTDIPPMTDPNBUIFSUPO
Child care centers & preschools
Camille Jones, 4, checks out her face paint during the annual summer block party in downtown Menlo Park.
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