Thank you to our foundation and grant supporters who partner with us to provide community education and preservation of the environmental and historic legacies of Huddart and Wunderlich Parks.

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Chaparral at Woodside

Chaparral at Woodside offers trail rides, lessons and camps at Wunderlich Park.

Folger Stable

Boarding and horse care are available in Wunderlich Park, in addition to the 17 miles of riding trails. Groomed riding Arena is open to the public, suitable for all disciplines, including dressage, jumping, and cutting.

San Mateo County Department of Parks

The San Mateo County Department of Parks operates 19 separate parks, three regional trails and numerous other county and local trails encompassing 16,183 acres. The parks are located throughout the County, and represent a wide variety of natural settings including a coastal marine reserve, a bayside recreational area, coastal mountain woodland areas, and urban sites.

San Mateo County Historical Association

The San Mateo County Historical Association provides interactive school programs that meet California History-Social Science content standards. The hands-on field trips at Folger Stable are geared to 3rd and 4th grade students.

San Mateo County Parks Foundation

The San Mateo County Parks Foundation inspires people to care for, learn about and enjoy our parks. In partnership with the San Mateo County Department of Parks, the Foundation raises funds to support projects, programs, and volunteers to benefit parks and visitors.

Core programs supported by the Foundation include:

  • San Mateo County Parks Volunteer Program
  • Student Conservation Association Youth Crews
  • Programs to Preserve and Restore Diverse Habitats
  • Environmental Education Opportunities
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Bicycle Sunday

Huddart Park Map

Wunderlich Park Map