Things To Do

The Pescadero Flowery
Pick your own Dahlias
(75 different varieties)

251 Stage Rd.
Pescadero, CA 94060
650-206-0808


http://www.thepescaderoflowery.com/

If you are staying at Pillar Point RV Park, one neat field trip to spend a lazy Saturday or Sunday afternoon, would be to visit the Pescadero Flowery, in Pescadero, CA., just 15 miles south of Half Moon Bay on Highway 1.  

The Pescadero Flowery offers a u-pick Dahlia field from July-October, ...

Any time is the right time to come to Pillar Point RV Park and enjoy the beach.  September and October weather may be the best of the year with more cool sunny days and less fog..And, there are many exciting events that happen here in Half Moon Bay during the fall that you don't want to miss.   Here's a list of upcoming events to mark on your calendar.

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First, there is a really great Farmer's Market every Saturday, 9am-1pm, May-D...

Spring has sprung and there is no bigger sign of that than a new art installation in San Francisco by Amanda Parer.   The work, named "Intrude", features five giant glow-in-the-dark bunny rabbits.

The installation, located in the Civic Center Plaza, is free and available to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week, April 4th-25, 2016.  

While the event is family friendly and lots of fun to see, the artist is really calli...


WHERE TO SEE FIREWORKS IN THE
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
2015

The city of Half Moon Bay used to shoot off fireworks right off the jetty in front of Pillar Point RV Park!  Alas, budgetary issues cropped up and the practice was halted about five years ago.  In the meantime, we have scoped out the best places to go if you need a fireworks fix.

Keep in mind, that no matter where you watch the fireworks around the coast, the mist always has the po...
FREE CONCERT
IN THE PARK AT
THE JOHNSTON HOUSE!
Sunday, May 3, 2015
1pm-5pm

FREE!


For the first time in 18 years, the city will host an outdoor event at the Johnston House on Higgins-Purisima Road, located on the south end of town. The historic saltbox structure will be the backdrop for a "Cinco de Mayo" inspired day of music.

Bring a blanket or chair, maybe a snack or lunch and enjoy the afternoon festivities!
Be a part of Half Moon Bay History!

If yo...
Probably the most incredible view of the entire bay area is just a 35 minute drive from Pillar Point Rv Park...You will
want to visit Twin Peaks. At an elevation of 925 it is just a few feet lower than the highest point in the bay area, Mount Davidson.
The Ohlone indians freqented these hills centuries ago. The first Spanish conquistadors named the mountain, "Los Pechos de la Chola"...breasts of the indian maiden."  When the Americans took ov...

EASTER ACTIVITIES AROUND
SAN FRANCISCO
AND THE BAY AREA


Union Street Easter Parade
April 5, at 10 am-5 pm

San Francisco’s annual Spring Celebration & Easter Parade is not your average street fair or formal parade. It is best described as wonderful, wacky, elegant and fabulous, with everything from roller-blading cows and creative self-propelled mini-floats to garden areas, sophisticated fashions and beautiful classic and art car...

Pillar Point RV Park is now the best place to stay if you want to ride a Segway!

If the beach, surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding, hiking, biking and restaurants aren't enough for you, now you can rent a segway and have it delivered right to your rig!  You can join in any specialized tour or plot your own route right from Pillar Point RV Park.

If you call Silicon Segway and ask for Mary, she will set you up to get segway lessons, tours, a ren...


Enjoy Intense Dark Ghirardelli Chocolate while celebrating Earth Hour this Saturday, March 28th! (2015)  There will be night yoga, wine and beverage pairings, a light labyrinth and more! Lights will go off during Earth hour, from 8:30-9:30pm.

This event is free and open to the public.


How to get there easily on public transit:

From Pillar Point RV Park, turn left as you leave the park, follow Highway One to exit 510, keep straight at the ligh...

   Bay Area Museums with
"Free" Days



One of my new favorite websites is called "Red Tricycle" (http://redtri.com/).  It's a great site for parents with children or grandparents who have grandchildren.     They offer up national and regional information about family friendly places to go, things to do with children, keeping school lunch boxes interesting, kid friendly meals and more.  I signed up for their e...
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