Welcome to the website for the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District. The website contains resources including staff reports, documents, photo galleries and trail maps.

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FIRE DANGER NOTICE

Due to extreme fire danger, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District has implemented a ban on ALL smoking and use of open flames/fires on ALL District owned and/or operated sites, including parking areas at the parks, as a means of resource protection (MPRPD Ordinance #3 SEC. 404).  These orders will be enforced.  Park Rangers are authorized to issue citations.

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Click on the Park and Open Space Locator to access information about MPRPD parks and preserves. In addition, the locator provides links to other federal, state, and municipal parks and open spaces within the MPRPD boundaries, serving as a portal to a vast array of local and even far-away park and recreational venues and opportunities.

let's go outdoors catalog

The Spring/Summer 2014 Let's Go Outdoors! Activity Guide has been delivered to District residents' mailboxes.  To register for classes, please click here or on the registration icon below.

Do you enjoy sharing your knowledge and skills about nature with others?  If so, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District is looking for you for its Fall/Winter 2014-15 Let's Go Outdoors! programs.  If you would like to lead and outdoor-related program, class or nature-themed activity, please read the attached Call for Instructors flyer.  We look forward to hearing from you.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Please check-out the below shortcut to find out about exciting job opportunities available with the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District.

MPRPD Job Opportunities

      board meeting agendas

 

The Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Board of Directors generally meets the first Monday of every month, at 7:00 p.m. at Del Rey Oaks City Hall. 

To view meeting materials, click on the link below.

Board Meeting Agendas/Reports

To be added to our electronic Board Meeting Agenda mailing list, please send your request to: info@mprpd.org.
 

The MPRPD welcomes volunteers to help us:

  • Provide interpretive and other information to park visitors
  • Protect and restore critical natural resources and habitat
  • Conserve open space for the future
  • Encourage appreciation and stewardship of open space

Find out more about becoming a volunteer for MPRPD.

How Can I Help?
Donate Volunteer