Parks and Open Space
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Parks and Open Space
Foster City Chamber of Commerce

Parks and Open Spaces make Foster City a great place to live, work and play!


 Leo Ryan Park Foster City is very proud of its 218 acres of park space and amenities in 24 beautiful parks. Foster City has the most park space per capita in San Mateo County! Follow this link to view ALL Foster City parks and amenities!

Park Amenities by the Numbers: 

5 synthetic turf soccer fields
2 volleyball courts
2 synthetic turf baseball fields
synthetic turf adult softball field
2 bocce ball court
2 softball field

8 miles of Bay Trail
15 tennis courts
9 basketball courts
1 off-leash dog run
4 off-leash dog areas in parks

2 walking track
18 picnic areas
7 reservable picnic areas
22 play areas
14 restrooms

Other Regional Recreation Opportunities

As proud as we are of our City parks (and, if you can't tell, we ARE very proud of our parks!), Foster City is also located an easy drive from some of the most scenic open spaces in the world, with world-class views of the ocean, bay and peninsula.  Wildflowers, waterfalls, redwood trees and natural wonders abound with hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails and camping and picnic areas readily accessible to outdoor enthusiasts.  Follow the links below to find one of over 2 dozen preserves in the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District or one of almost 20 San Mateo County parks. 


City Hall - 610 Foster City Blvd.
Foster City, CA 94404
(650) 286-3200