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Parks and trails are beautiful gathering places for our community members. Belmont offers 14 developed parks on 31 acres and 337 acres of open space for hiking, running and bike riding. 

Parks Directory & Info          Open Space Trail Map

You can also browse though the map below by clicking on the park icon or see a printer-friendly list, click here

 

For more information on parks, contact Daniel Ourtiague at  DOurtiague@Belmont.gov

 

For information on Athletic Fields, go to our Athletic Fields Page

  • Twin Pines Park

    Twin Pines Park & Picnic Areas map
    1. Address:One Twin Pines Lane
      Belmont, CA 94002
    2. Phone:(650) 595-7441
    3. Capacity:100 +
    Details:
    1. BBQ
    2. Compost Receptacle
    3. Drinking Fountain
    4. Historical Photo Tour Location
    5. Lawn Area
    6. Multi-use Field
    7. Open Space Trails
    8. Picnic Area
    9. Playground
    10. Recreational Facility
    11. Recycling Receptacle
    12. Rental Facilities
    13. Restrooms
    14. Stage
    15. Wheelchair accessible
    Categories:
    1. City Hall
    2. City Parks
    3. Facility Rental
    4. Picnic Area Rental

"A lovely, intimate park located in a ravine alongside Ralston Ave north of El Camino in hilly Belmont. The park follows a babbling brook and includes lots of picnic areas and shady places to rest. Located just down Ralston before El Camino Real, Twin Pines is a 10-acre park owned by the city of Belmont, which houses the Belmont Historical Society Museum, Belmont Parks and Recreation, and the Senior and Community Center. The park is frequented by visitors picnicking and people attending various events throughout the year, including free afternoon concerts each Sunday in the summer" - Hungarian Heritage Foundation  

The beautiful Twin Pines Park is home to Belmont City Hall and Parks & Recreation. It is a treasure hidden in the middle of the city, where you will find a combination of facilities, parks, picnic areas and trails along this park. Explore our creek or just enjoy a nice day outside with the fresh scents of nature. There is plenty of parking available. Open sunup to sundown.

See the expanded map here or here

You can reserve picnic areas such as Buckeye, Redwood, or the Meadow. Facility rentals include the Lodge, Cottage, Manor, or Twin Pines Senior & Community Center. For rentals, click here.

 *All dogs must be on leash. (BMC Ordinance Section 5-6(1)) For the off-leash dog park, please see the Cipriani Dog Park.

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CONTACT PARKS & RECREATION

30 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, CA 94002 | 650-595-7441 | ParksRec@belmont.gov