Parks & Trail Visitor Update
The City of Mountain View paused all non-essential services starting Tuesday, March 17 in an effort to slow and minimize the spread of COVID-19. At this time, it is anticipated that the City will re-evaluate a return to regular staffing and service levels by April 7, pending new direction from the Santa Clara County Department of Public Health.
How does this impact Shoreline at Mountain View Regional Park?
All facilities inside Shoreline Park are now fully CLOSED to the public. This includes the dog park, golf course, restrooms, Rengstorff House, Michael’s restaurant, and the Sailing Lake and Café. The golf course is not open to the public for any purpose, including the driving range and all practice facilities during this time. The play structure inside Shoreline Park is closed. Shoreline Athletic Fields and the associated playground are also closed.
The open space in Shoreline Regional Park remains open for the public to enjoy, but access to parking lots has been limited to reduce congregating. Please use official trails for walking or biking when entering the park. Dogs or other domesticated animals are NOT allowed inside the park at all in an effort to protect the wildlife.
Please follow all signage posted in the park. Signage has been added or modified to address the current situation with COVID-19.
For more information about what Mountain View is doing regarding COVID-19, visit MountainView.gov/COVID
Welcome to Shoreline At Mountain View, with its unique history, wildlife, habitats and wide variety of outdoor activities. The 750-acre wildlife and recreation area with it’s beautiful setting by the San Francisco Bay has gorgeous views of the mountains to the west and east across the bay. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Shoreline At Mountain View first opened to the public in 1983 and is now open 6:00 a.m. until 30 minutes after sundown, seven days a week.
Spend some leisure time golfing, sailing, windsurfing or flying a kite. Take in the rich local history of Rengstorff House and its gardens or observe the abundance of wildlife along the miles of trails available for jogging, hiking and biking.