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San Pedro Valley Park
KEYWORDS:   chaparral, coastal scrub, grassland
ABOUT 
A 1,052-acre area embracing the middle and south forks of San Pedro Creek, this park is nestled among the Santa Cruz Mountain range and the foothills of Pacifica.

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Coutny of San Mateo Parks Department: About San Pedro Valley Park
Among the sensitive streamside habitat thrive common plants such as Coast and Giant Trillium, Creek Dogwood, Arroyo Willow, Watercress, and several species of ferns. In the springtime, the meadows of the Middle Valley show off an array of wildflowers: California Popies, Suncups, Buttercups, Wild Radish and Wild Mustard. The thick Coastal Scrub protects some rare plants: Giant Golden Chinaquapin, Montara Manzanita, Fetid Adders-tongue, and California Hazelnut.
Friends of San Pedro Valley Park: Species
lists of plants and animals...
CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Santa Clara Valley

AREA OF THE POLYGON::   1,166 acres
DENSITY::   0.221 native species per acre