Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District

The District’s purpose is to create a regional greenbelt of open space lands, linking District preserves with other public parklands.

The open space preserves are generally kept in a natural condition in order to best protect the environment and animal habitat, and are developed with only the amenities needed to provide public access for low-intensity recreation. The diverse ecosystems on the preserves include redwood, oak, and fir forests, chaparral-covered hillsides, riparian corridors, meadows, grasslands, and shore frontage along San Francisco Bay.

Website: www.openspace.orgEmail: info@openspace.orgPhone: 650 691-1200Mailing Address:330 Distel Circle
Los Altos, CA 94022-1404Date Updated: 2/15/2013