Oddstad Park and Cultural Arts Center 1050 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Oddstad Park has a playground, some grassy areas and benches, perfect for grilling outdoors. It's also the home of the…More playhouse and performing arts school of the local Pacifica Spindrift Players.
CEG & Associated 1005 Terra Nova Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 CGEG & Associated is located on the corner of Terra Nova and Oddstad, in front of the Park Mall Center. Call,…More stop by or visit Barbara Burns online, where customers can pre-qualify for loans and request updates on loans in progress.
Pacifica 76 765 Oddstad Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 Across from the Park Mall shopping center, Pacifica 76 features a tiny convenience store and a full-service garage. This…More 76 station has been refilling tanks and repairing engines since 1996. The employees say the location is what makes the gas station special, surrounded as it is by Pacifica's lush hills. The store stocks only a few basic snacks and drinks. The service lot can be packed tight, but there is plenty of on-street parking.
Frontierland Park is a huge expanse of open space and wooded area in Southeast Pacifica's foothills. Within its…More borders are a large, by-reservation-only picnic and event ground that contains grills and a prep counter, playground and horseshoe field.
The trails in Frontierland Park are long, easy-sloping and well maintained, suitable for a leisurely stroll or a run. Once deep inside the park, it almost feels as if no suburb or city is near: to the north, a steep, wooded embankment hides a residential neighborhood, and to the south, San Pedro Valley County Park makes the near-wilderness appear endless--until you reach the veritable palace of a playground.
Restrictions on dogs, fireworks, fires and smoking keep the park clean and quiet, and being that it borders--and yet somehow feels removed from--busy Oddstad Blvd. means it's close enough to enjoy even on a lunch break.
Seven distinct trails of varying difficulty, 1,150 acres of coastal mountain woods and panoramic views of the Pacific…More ocean make San Pedro Valley County Park ample relief from the suburbs and city for any outdoor enthusiast.
Three freshwater creeks span the park, providing both cool places for hikers to rest and one of the few spawning grounds for migratory steelhead trout left in Northern California. The south fork of the San Pedro Creek, one of those that cut the valley, is used as as a seasonal water source by Pacificans and was previously a trout farm.
The dense flora of the San Pedro Valley, which was once used by Spanish missionaries as an agriculture hub because they could not grow the food they needed or graze their cattle on the sand dunes of eastern San Francisco, offers amateur or serious botanists a trip. Common plants such as Creek dogwood, watercress and species of fern populate the area while, during the springtime, wildflowers crowd sunny meadows.
Like most parks in this area, there are no dogs, ground fires (barbecues only), or smoking permitted.