Coastside State Parks Association
The Coastside State Parks Association (CSPA) supports fifteen California State Parks along 36 miles of San Mateo County coastline from Gray Whale Cove State Beach in Montara in the north to Año Nuevo State Park in Pescadero to the south. In partnership with California State Parks, CSPA raises funds to support vital education and interpretation programs and projects.
This map shows the State Parks and Beaches that we support. To learn more about these State Parks and Beaches, scroll down through this list.
Upcoming California State Parks/Coastside State Park Association Event:
Park Champions Volunteer Opportunities at Half Moon Bay
The Park Champions volunteer program, sponsored by the California State Park Foundation, has cleared invasive plants out of several fields at Half Moon Bay State Beach. Now it’s time to replant the fields with native plants. All volunteers are welcome to help, including children under 18 accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. We'll provide the tools, plants, gloves and snacks - just bring a filled water bottle and your green thumb.
You can register for these events on the Park Champions web site . Just click on the calendar date(s) you would like to attend. After you register, the California State Parks Foundation Park Champions program team will send follow-up emails with additional details about the event.
Dollars for State Parks
Dine at Half Moon Bay Brewing Company and Donate for Local State Parks!
Are you passionate about great food, beer and California State Parks? Here’s how you can appreciate all three at once. CSPA and Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. are now partnering to support California State Parks along the San Mateo coast.
How you can Help
Make a tax-deductible donation to support our programs at the coastal state parks.
Join CSPA to support our programs and receive the benefits of membership.
Volunteer your time to support the coastal state parks.
Coastside State Parks Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Donations to Coastside State Parks Association and membership fees are fully deductible as allowed by law.