COVID-19 UPDATE

We’ve missed you! We are now offering small group naturalist-led hikes, programs for children working with a mini horse and private historic tours. Please contact us for more information.

The Carriage Room Museum at Wunderlich Park is open under COVID safety protocols on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-3. Visitors may not enter the facility if they have any COVID symptoms, face coverings are required and there are strict limits on the number of visitors allowed at one time. Please follow all the directions of the docent on duty for your health and safety.

Please see our annual report for more information on how we worked in the community during COVID-19.


We've long been known for our outstanding hiking program for young children. People keep asking for us to host docent led hikes for adults and families on weekends.

guided hikes

Docents can provide guided hikes in either park for groups of four or more upon request. Hikers can learn about the flora, fauna and/or history of the parks.

The Folger Stable Speaker Series features a wide range of interesting talks for the public to enjoy.

Join us for upcoming events and programs in the parks.

loggers

A Rough and Perilous Life: The Redwood Loggers of Woodside

There is a new exhibit at the Folger Stable Carriage Room Museum, highlighting the history of logging in the Woodside area from 1849 to the early 1860s.

2020 was the most challenging year in our 25-year history. COVID cancellations of nature hikes, field trips, and the closing the Carriage Room Museum affected more than 6,000 community members. Friends turned this challenge into opportunity.

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2019 was our best year yet serving more people and sharing our parks with new audiences and programs. See what we've been up to.

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Thanks to our sponsors, we had more visitors, more hikes, more field trips and more volunteer hours. Take a look at the numbers.

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Thanks to our sponsors, we had more visitors, more hikes, more field trips and more volunteer hours. Take a look at the numbers.

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Sunday, August 28, 2016: More than 150 people joined us on a beautiful day to dance with a live caller and band at the most beautiful barn and enjoy delicious food and drink. Thanks to everyone for their generous support for projects and programs in our much-loved parks! We can't wait to hold our next barn dance!