Rancho Corral de Tierra
Rancho Corral de Tierra (Rancho) is the newest addition to Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
At nearly 4,000 acres, Rancho is one of the largest undeveloped parcels of land on the San Mateo peninsula. Once planned for development, this land is now protected as part of our nation's natural legacy.
As the National Park Service assumes management at Rancho, we will be working with the community, California State Parks, and San Mateo County Parks to improve trails, trailheads, and trail connections.
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Local authorities may respond more quickly than park rangers. NPS Park Rangers will still respond for reporting medical or law enforcement issues.
For non-emergencies and to file a report with NPS Law Enforcement call (415) 561-5505.
For more information on volunteering with the National Park Service, visit us at: Volunteer at Golden Gate National Recreation Area
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Did You Know?
Nearly half of the serpentinite found in North America is located in California, making it a natural choice for the state rock.