Pulgas Ridge Open Space Edmond Dr & Crestview Dr, San Carlos, CA94070 Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve is a beautiful, natural area with several hiking trails that vary in length and…More difficulty. In addition, there is a paved loop in the center of the park, encompassing 17.5 acres of land in which dogs are allowed to run off-leash. The trail features beautiful views, a creek, a meadow, and a vast selection of vegetation. Restrooms are available at the parking lot.
High Adventure Fitness 22 Del Rey Ct, San Carlos, CA94070 High Adventure Fitness is a fitness program that uses the forests and mountains of the San Francisco peninsula as its…More very own gym. The program offers individuals backpacking, climbing and hiking trips that increase physical fitness and stimulate weight loss. Each participant is accompanied by a certified personal trainer who oversees his or her progress, provides two to three months of training a few days a week, acts as a personal guide while on the trails and offers outdoor skills training. Trips are available for order online through the company's website.
Brittan Heights Condominium Association Club House 3323 Brittan Ave, San Carlos, CA94070 Brittan Heights' condos and townhouses are located in the peaceful San Carlos hills, close to hiking trails and the…More scenic Edgewood Park. The association's Club House is available for residents' special events and features a kitchen, fireplace, ping pong and pool tables; the complex also offers 3 pools and 2 tennis courts.
Heather Dog Area 2700 Melendy Dr, San Carlos, CA94070 Located adjacent to Heather School, the Heather Dog Exercise Area offers a hilly and wooded area for dogs to run around…More in off-leash. The park features a bench, a hiking trail, natural open space and a pooper scooper dispenser for clean up. The views of the canyon are attractive, making this a great place for owners to enjoy as well.
Big Canyon Park 3200 Brittan Ave, San Carlos, CA94070 Big Canyon Park is a large, undeveloped area offering beautiful and natural scenery of trees, grasses and shrubbery.…More Views of the city and East Bay can be seen from the hillside portion of the park. There's a 1.2-mile walking trail often used by hikers and joggers. The path can be connected with Eaton Park for a longer hike.