Hours of the parks are from sunrise to sunset, except for lighted sports areas which will continue to be open until 10:30pm. Dogs are allowed in the parks on leash but not on sports fields or in children's playgrounds. During City-sponsored, culturally-related events such as the Music in the Parks Series (by permit only) alcohol may be consumed. Park availability is on a first come, first served basis except at the ten (10) parks where we take picnic reservations. Click here for Picnic Reservation info.
We invite you to experience the sense of community you get when visiting a park in Redwood City.
- Grass Area
- Hiking Trails
- Off-leash Dog Area
- Picnic Tables - First Come, First Served
- Picnic Tables - Reservable Area
- Playground (Tot Lot)
- Water Feature (June-September)
|The Redwood City Fire Department, Menlo Park Fire Protection District & Woodside Fire Protection District will be conducting wildland firefighting training in Stulstaft Park on May 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, and June 15 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., conducting training on wildland shelter deployments, using technology in the wildland firefighting setting, reinforcing radio communications and inspecting wildland personal protective equipment. Multiple fire engines will be parked within the gates and firefighters will be walking around the park to different stations for the training. The off-leash dog trails will be closed during these times. Thank you for your patience as multiple fire agencies practice and refine skills to protect and serve the Redwood City, San Carlos, Menlo Park, and Woodside communities.|
This Park allows Picnic Reservations - Click to reserve.
||Reservable & First Come First Served.
|Grass Area + Hiking Trails
June 1 through September 30, 2019
On from 10:30am-12:00 Noon & 2:00-6:00pm
|Off-Leash Dog Area
YES - Enter on Recreation Way (off Goodwin Ave)
Please note: The Recreation Way Gate will lock to entering foot traffic at 6pm until April 30, 2019 and will extend to 7pm on May 1, 2019.