Sequoia Trailer Park LogoSequoia Trailer Park, Redwood City, CA

Other Information Sources

*Redwood City Website

*San Mateo County



If you would like more information or to make reservations, call (650) 366-0608. Or fax us at (650) 368-8307. Our onsite management is available to help you and answer any questions you have.

Sights, Dining, and Shopping

Sequoia Trailer Park is centrally located in the Bay Area on the Northern California Coast. Many local attractions, dining, and shopping are within walking distance and the local transit system is excellent. Everything the Bay Area has to offer is a short drive, rail or bus trip away. The following map shows some of the local attractions near the park. See below for further information and links.

Local Attraction Map of Places Near Sequoia Trailer Park

Redwood City Attractions

Downtown Redwood City, California

Explore the rich history and local businesses in the historic downtown district. For more information, history, maps, and a business directory click here to visit the City of Redwood City visitor's site.

Also, the City of Redwood City recently launched an interactive mapping system providing additional details on local information including the CalTrain station and railways, bus routes, and more. Click here to view the information mapping website.

Stanford University

Stanford University is located approximately 3.5 miles southeast of the Sequoia Trailer Park. Stanford hosts a multitude of events year-round and invites locals and visitors to join in the cultural, athletic, and educational activities. Catch the Stanford Cardinal sports teams, enjoy the Stanford Jazz Festival, tour the campus, take a stroll through the Rodin Sculpture Garden, or plan a picnic in the Oval. All the event information can be found at the Stanford Gateway for Neighbors Website.

Stanford Hospital and Clinics

The Stanford Hospital and Clinics provide world class treatment by its physicians and staff. Centers of excellence include the Stanford Cancer Center, Heart Center, Organ Transplants, Surgical Services, and many more. Also, the Stanford Outpatient Center recently opened in Redwood City, providing local dermatology, imaging, orthopaedic surgery & sports medicine, sleep, pain, digestive health services, and rehabilitation services. Within walking distance, the Outpatient Center is located a quarter mile north of the Sequoia Trailer Park. From Sports and Recreation to Sleep to Imaging Labs, the Stanford Hospital and Clinics in the Bay area cover it all. These cutting edge facilities provide numerous services to the community.

Historic Filoli Mansion

Located approximately 5 miles west of the Sequoia Trailer Park, Filoli is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, and it is a California State Historic Landmark. The 654-acre estate showcases early 20th Century architecture and garden design. Visitors can walk the grounds and view the beautiful lush gardens and landscaping, explore the house room by room, and learn more about the estate's fascinating history. Click here for more information and to plan your visit to this historic site.


Metro transit in the Redwood City/Bay Area is excellent. For more information on public transportation, the following links are provided for your convenience.

The San Mateo County Transit District (samTrans) offers public bus and shuttle service throughout San Mateo County. For more information, please follow the link above to the samTrans home page, or click here to view the samTrans Bus Route Map.

The Caltrain provides access between San Francisco to Gilroy. The rail system has a station in the downtown district of Redwood City, and the rail provides quick access to the BART system in Milbrae. For a Caltrain system map, click here. Or, to view the Caltrain home page, click here.

Providing access further north, the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) extends between Millbrae near the San Francisco International Airport north to Oakland, Richmond, Pittsburg/Bay Point, and wraps around the bay to provide access to Dublin/Pleasanton and eventually Fremont. BART is a 104 mile electric railway system providing access to 43 stations in the Bay Area, and the rail system reaches speeds up to 80 miles per hour. Click here for a BART System Map on the Bay Area Rapid Transit website. Or to visit the BART home page, click here.