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Stevens Creek Trail Mountain View 3.8 km away
#1 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
Just across the road through the park it was my walking haven.A little patch of trees at their natural best collecting pine cones seeing enthusiastic cyclists and walkers made my morning.
The trail takes you through the woods, past NASA Moffet Field and out to Shoreline Park and the south San Francisco Bay.
Las Palmas Park
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sunnyvale
... lawn-covered park in a residential setting that contains water-features, playgrounds, picnic tables, rentable areas, tennis courts plus pro shop and restaurant, a fenced dog park, etc.. Highly recommended!
This city park has a wonderful pool, and the parrots in the nearby palm trees are a delight to watch and listen to.
Rancho San Antonio County Park Cupertino 5.8 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cupertino
Nice smells of the oak trees, bushes, chapparral, etc. Scenic creek runs through the park and often wildlife are seen such as rabbits, wild turkeys, squirrels, bobcats, deer, and various birds.
Across from the Forum in the Santa Cruz mountain is a county park that allows you to escape from the madness of the valley, walk around Coastal Redwoods and see deer and squirrels.
Baylands Park
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sunnyvale
After visiting the Guadalupe River Trail park in San Jose I was so happy to visit Bay lands Park.
There's trees in one area, on one side of the park is a garden to walk through, trails to hike at the baylands....everything except plentiful parking.
Serra Park
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sunnyvale
Serra Park is fantastic and perfect if you want to walk.
Thanks Fred! ... On the other hand, I loved the park as a kid, have many fond memories here, and lived right across the street!
Sunnyvale Bay Trail
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sunnyvale
If you want more shorebirds go to Shoreline Park in Mountain View only 16 minute drive away.
Cuesta Park Mountain View 3.8 km away
#3 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
This park has a very highly-rated tennis club, age-appropriate playground equipment, fields for pick-up games, a Bocce court, individual barbecue sites as well as a large group picnic/BBQ area.
This city park is large and has many play structures that are great for kids ages seven and below.
Seven Seas Park
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Sunnyvale
The Seven Seas Park has everything a kid could want: a water spout area for cooling off on hot days, several different slides, a pirate ship, swinging bridges, rocks to climb on, swings for toddlers and for older...
If you play Ingress, the park has portals about every 10 feet.
Mission Santa Clara de Asis Santa Clara 8.9 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Santa Clara
We were able to park for free on the street and walk 5 minutes to the museum and mission.
Drive on to the campus and park in free visitor parking.
Cupertino Memorial Park Cupertino 5.5 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cupertino
Huge lovely park in the heart of cupertino adjacent to quinlin community centre and senior help.. loved the summer music bands and Shakespeare plays and the latest Pokemon centre..
This is a City Park, it is clean, good for families, it has tennis courts, lawns for soccer and other outdoor activities.
Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve Los Altos Hills 5.4 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Los Altos Hills
One of the few amazing parks all over US where you can either hike, run, BBQ, play tennis, visit a farm and get lost in the wildness of nature.
I usually park at the end of Mora Drive, which gives you access to multiple trails.
Pioneer Memorial Park Mountain View 4.7 km away
#5 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
The park and facilities mentioned are within the city block bounded by Castro St., Mercy St., Franklin St., and Church St. Walking on the sidewalks on this boundary takes 8 minutes or just about 1/2 mile.
This is the place of the library, city hall and nice park where kids play and adult relax.
Municipal Rose Garden San Jose 11.7 km away
#1 of 39 Nature & Parks in San Jose
This is a lovely park to stroll through or picnic in the grass among the beautiful and well-cared for roses - and it's free!
In addition to the beautiful roses, there's a bank of baby redwood trees and a wonderful fountain in the center of the park.
Rengstorff Park & Pool Mountain View 6.1 km away
#2 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
Central Park Santa Clara 6.5 km away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Santa Clara
It is nice to still find a park that is acutally a park! Trees, grass, playground area for kids and little kids!
Mariposa Park Mountain View 5.2 km away
#6 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
Black Mountain Trail Los Altos Hills 5.3 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Los Altos Hills
Ulistac Natural Area Santa Clara 8.2 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Santa Clara
Excellent spot for walking, jogging, spending time with the family and being with nature.
There is a nice bike trail behind this park that stretches more than 3 miles in each direction and includes two parallel lines at each side of the creek, providing total of 12 miles of biking/running trail.
San Andreas Fault Trail Los Altos 6.6 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Los Altos
Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve Palo Alto 11.6 km away
#3 of 12 Nature & Parks in Palo Alto
This Is a Beautiful, Quiet Nature Preserve - Great for Walking
The City of Palo Alto Art Commission had a wonderful opportunity to make a stunning art statement or an amazing sculpture park but they took the cheap way out, as usual, and put in three large uninteresting enviro...
Klein Park Mountain View 6.8 km away
#7 of 7 Nature & Parks in Mountain View
nice park!
Stevens Creek County Park Cupertino 8.0 km away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Cupertino
Stevens Creek Park is one of the few places around Cupertino that you can hike with your Dog without crowds of people.
Mitchell Park Palo Alto 8.8 km away
#5 of 12 Nature & Parks in Palo Alto
An impressive and well designed local park, including (very) large lawns, a floored arena for music shows, tennis courts, and multiple play structures and playgrounds.
There are plenty of other amenities in the park, though, including a huge lawn, a running/jogging path, handball courts, and a Magical Bridge play area for young children.
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve Saratoga 9.7 km away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Saratoga
The parking lot off Prospect rd get crowded on the weekends but you can park in Steven's Creek park and enter from that side.
Alviso Marina County Park Alviso 8.2 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Alviso
Nice Walk Alongside Nature
Heritage Rose Garden San Jose 11.9 km away
#7 of 39 Nature & Parks in San Jose
The park has rows of roses with a fountain in the middle of the park.
Although there's little shade unless you walk over to the park next door, it is so beautiful that it's worth it.
Hakone Gardens Saratoga 13.3 km away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Saratoga
The rest of the year is wonderful as well, with meditative green Zen and tea gardens and a bamboo park.
A very beautiful and peaceful hike around the park.
The Stanford Dish Palo Alto 13.1 km away
#2 of 12 Nature & Parks in Palo Alto
A beautiful trail that is abuzz with bay area nature walk enthusiasts - a busy paved trail where a chat with a friend on this 1.5-hour hike ought to be part of the plan.
The loop is 3-4 miles depending on where you park and is all paved.
The Stanford Shopping Center Palo Alto 14.4 km away
#1 of 12 Nature & Parks in Palo Alto
Open courtyards, park-like features and sprawling open and outdoor territory separates beautiful stores big and small with a large variety of food spots peppered about.
Shopping in the park
Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden Palo Alto 12.4 km away
#4 of 12 Nature & Parks in Palo Alto
Parking lot is small, but usually there is space whenever I visit and if not you can just park on the street.