City Parks Map
To view a map of the City's Community, Neighborhood and "Mini" Parks,
please click here or
pick up a copy of the current Activity Guide, which
includes both a City parks map
and open space map, at
1341 Nipomo Street.
City Open Space Maps
Ranger Service works to provide both educational and recreational
opportunities to the citizens of San Luis Obispo. The City's
4,000 acres of designated open space promise to have something for
everyone. Rugged hiking trails, challenging mountain biking and
leisurely scenic pathways can be found just minutes from downtown.
Open spaces in and around SLO demonstrate the beauty and diversity
that characterize California's famed central coast. Within just
5 miles of the city center, outdoor enthusiasts can find themselves
exploring marshy wetlands, traversing mature growth woodlands or
viewing hidden waterfalls.
view maps of the City's open spaces, click the links below. For
more information on Ranger Services Programs click here or contact
Ranger Services at 781-7300.
Bishop Peak Natural Reserve
Cerro San Luis Natural
Irish Hills Natural
Islay Hill Open Space
· Laguna Lake Open Space
· Reservoir Canyon
· South Hills Open
· Terrace Hill Open