The Flood Park Pump Track is a paved pump track located in Menlo Park, CA. It flows between redwood trees and provides a fun recreation site for users of all sorts of age and ability.
Location: 215 Bay Rd, Menlo Park, Ca 94025
The park opens at 8 a.m. daily and closing time varies by time of year—learn more here.
The construction of this new track kicks off San Mateo County’s “Realize Flood Park” revitalization plan, which includes many more park-wide upgrades.
The upcoming Flood Park Pump Track is roughly 12,000 square feet (a little smaller than Chanticleer and Harvey West Pump Tracks).
The paved asphalt surface will support a wide range of visitors–cyclists, skateboarders, and roller bladers will all be able to enjoy the pump track.
See San Mateo County Parks rules for the pump track here.
Check out some photos from construction:
- The track opened on October 21, 2023.
- We were awarded the role of Prime Contractor for this project, and San Mateo County paid our crew to complete this project. All revenue from this work will support our donor-funded pool of resources. By building this pump track, we generated funding for trail development and maintenance across the Santa Cruz Mountains.
- The construction of this new track kicks off San Mateo County’s “Realize Flood Park” revitalization plan, which includes many more park-wide upgrades.
- San Mateo County Parks is the land agency for the pump track—visit their page to learn more.