Pacheco State Park
Find yourself in the wide, open spaces of this coastal range park. Pacheco SP is the epitome of “old California.” Rolling hills, scenic vistas, vibrant spring wildflowers and open trails for miles.
Enjoy the 28 miles of trails on foot, bike or horseback. Take in the sweeping views and secluded meadows, as well as seasonal streams and ponds. The park offers more than outdoor recreation; guests can also learn about the rich history of the Pacheco Pass area, from the indigenous people to Spanish missionaries and Mexico land grants to the arrival of U.S. prospectors and settlers. Grab some water and a picnic, and join the Tule elk, deer, golden eagles, and many other wildlife, soaking in the unspoiled solitude and beauty preserved at Pacheco State Park!
Rules & Regulation
We are working to improve accessibility throughout our parks but we regret that there are currently no accessible activities at this park. This may be an undeveloped park, or there may be terrain, historic or resource protection issues or other limiting factors. However, there may be some generally accessible features, such as parking areas, restrooms, and routes of travel, that meet current accessibility standards. Call the park or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.