Seal Slough

Description


Seal Slough is a narrow winding tidal channel through a tidal marsh in San Mateo and Foster City, California. This slough has been the object of a wetland restoration project in recent years to enhance habitat value. Dredging has been carried out in Seal Slough since at least 1954. When the original wastewater treatment plant for the city of San Mateo was constructed in 1935, its discharge was directed to Seal Slough. Go to the map ⬆⬆

Points of interest in the map

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Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Census-designated places, Private elementary schools, Rivers and tributaries, Public transportation, Natural Heritage / Flora, what to see / tourism / botanical gardens, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Sculptures, Secondary Schools, Geographical features, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments, hiking, Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

Census-designated places

  1. North Fair Oaks
  2. Lake Don Pedro

Private elementary schools

  1. Charles Armstrong School

Rivers and tributaries

  1. Nuff Creek

Public transportation

  1. Millbrae Intermodal Terminal

Natural Heritage / Flora

  1. Arboreto de San Mateo

what to see / tourism / botanical gardens

  1. San Mateo Arboretum

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments / Sculptures

  1. Pulgas Water Temple

Secondary Schools

  1. San Mateo Middle College High School

Geographical features

  1. Seal Slough

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Sequoia Hospital
  2. Aeropuerto Internacional de San Francisco (Metro de San Francisco)

hiking

  1. Spur Trail

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Millbrae

Other interest places

  1. 2007 San Francisco International Airport runway incursion
  2. Sanzaru Games
  3. Foster City, California
  4. Redwood City, California
  5. Belmont (Caltrain station)
  6. Redwood City (Caltrain station)

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