Do not forget to take the afternoon off work to enjoy the Pedro Point Headlands and celebrate the completion of the Pedro Point Headlands Restoration and Trails Project. Mark your calendars for May 18th, 2018, (1:00 PM to 4:00 PM PDT). Pedro Point Headlands, Pacifica.
Please join the Board of Directors of the Pacifica Land Trust, San Mateo County District 3 Supervisor Don Horsley and representatives from all of the partners of the project: California State Parks - Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division, The California Coastal Conservancy, the County of San Mateo and the City of Pacifica and everyone that has worked so very hard to make the amazing transformation of the headlands possible.
Joining the celebration will be the City of Pacifica's Mayor John Keener and Professor Tom Parker. John will be making a proclamation on behalf of the city and Tom (who is an Pacifica Land Trust Board Member) will give a brief history of the Pedro Point Headlands and the role of the Pacifica Land in its acquisition and Preservation.
1:00 PM - The gate to Pedro Point Headlands (PPH) will open and you will get a chance to see the before and after photographs of the restoration and trail work.
2:00 PM - Gather at the demonstration garden at the trailhead where we will recognize and thank all of the representatives of the PPH project partners. The speakers are:
We will tour the demonstration garden and for those that are interested we will head out for a group hike. There will be Virtual Pedro Point learning stations along the way, so bring your cell phone and QR code reader to get an augmented tour.
Up to 4:00 PM - We encourage everyone to explore Pedro Point Headlands and enjoy the spectacular vistas that are now preserved and protected for all to enjoy.
4:45 - The last shuttle to the Pedro Point Firehouse will leave.
Logistics: On-site parking is limited. We recommend that you take the shuttle at the Pedro Point Firehouse, 1227 Danmann Ave., Pacifica, CA 94044. We will be there to greet you. The shuttle will take you to and from PPH. For directions to the Firehouse go to: http://www.pedropoint.org/location
For those who cannot meet up at the Firehouse, there is limited parking at the north end of the Tom Lantos Tunnels Devil's Slide Trail. From there it is a short hike to the Nursery and Trailhead. See the trail map below. If you plan on driving north on Highway 1 from Half Moon Bay, we do not recommend parking on the South end of the Tom Lantos Tunnels - it is a beautiful but long hike from there to Pedro Point Headlands.
Be prepared for warm or cold weather. Please wear comfortable clothes, bring some extra layers and good hiking shoes. A hat and sunscreen are recommended. Refreshments will be provided.
On behalf of the entire Pacifica Land Trust Board of Directors, we hope to see you there!
President, Member of the Board of Directors,
Pacifica Land Trust
Pacifica Land Trust
P.O. Box 988, Pacifica, CA 94044
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Last updated - May 17, 2018