Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve is a 467-acre protected area located in the west side of Redwood, just off 280 highways. The park is best known for its spring wildflower blooming that cover the open hills, but it provides excellent local destination for spending time in nature any other season.
The park has several trailheads entrances but the most popular is near the Education center on Edgewood Rd. and Old Stagecoach Rd. Redwood City, within easy access to Interstate 280. At the park entrance you can find 2 small parking lots.
Year round, the best time is during spring when the flowers blooming cover the high hills open grasslands.