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Santa Teresa County Park

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University Alumni Reunions are so much fun in this lovely park.

I graduated from University of Dayton with an MBA decades ago and we organized a West Coast Alumnii... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sateeshl2016
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San Francisco, California
Nice hiking area good view

This place is very close to San Jose area. The trails are well maintained and the park is not... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
xiaocuidiniao
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Fort Collins, Colorado
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260 Bernal Rd, San Jose, CA 95119-1899
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I graduated from University of Dayton with an MBA decades ago and we organized a West Coast Alumnii reunion meeting at Santa Teresa County Park near my home. Delightful setting and we even had delicious catered meal and a memorable reunion!

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

This place is very close to San Jose area. The trails are well maintained and the park is not crowded. The view on some of the trails is very good. You could get 360 degree panorama at some places. On the Coyote Peak you could...More

Thank xiaocuidiniao
Reviewed 16 April 2018

you can reserve for up to 300 people. Nice BBQ pits. New park with lots of walking trails. Exhibits tell the story of the park and local area. Musuem will be great when it opens

Thank chsouthward
Reviewed 10 November 2017

The rolling hills and flat tops are wonderful to travel around. Wildlife of many different kinds and clear running creeks. There are many trails to take some easy some harder, but all worth it.

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Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

I had an hour or so to spend before dinner and was able to drive up to the park and explore. I took a 2 mile hike and had a great time. A very nice park with many varied hiking and biking trails.

Thank Edward E
Reviewed 19 June 2017 via mobile

At the Joice Bernal Ranch historical site (San Ignacio and Manila Drive) there are at least 6 Pokémon stops for players. There you also learn about early ranching days of the Bernal family and may be able to tour the barn and residence. Of course...More

Thank Travelingpat2013
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Great park for a quick hike or mt bike ride, lot's of selections that can be easy to strenuous. Free parking is limited, paid parking is $6.00 Picnic tables abound in the main valley.

Thank Derek N
Reviewed 29 September 2016

If you have time, this is a good place to hang around from the normal routine or work. It's good to get fresh air and enjoy the walking in the nature to get more exercise.

Thank joanadventure
Reviewed 1 September 2016

Santa Teresa Park has some wonderful trails with great views of the Santa Clara Valley. In the spring there are lots of wildflowers to enjoy. There are some easy trails but most are moderate to strenuous. Also, most trails are very exposed, not much shade...More

Thank Amy R
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

I go hiking here quite a bit. The trail accessed from the Joice ranch is brutal at first, very steep, but the views are amazing. The ranch itself is interesting. There is Santa Teresa Springs where there is a small pond with lots of turtles....More

Thank Cata G
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