Parks in Cupertino
The park has a creek, picnic area, pedestrian/bike trail, two pools, and volleyball nets. There is a large parking area by the park.
Deer Hollow Farm is an educational farm located in the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. There is a one mile paved and alternate dirt paths leading to the farm that is flat, partly exposed with some shaded areas. In the Spring and Summer, there are farm tours where baby farm animals can be seen. There is also a nature center and vegetable and herb garden.
This preserve is over 730 acres with over 14 miles of dirt trails that are open to hikers, bicycles and horses and dogs that must be on leash. At the top of the trails, there are views of the Santa Clara Valley.
This is an 18 acre historical preserve with 1930s ranch house, milk and livestock barn, Baer's Blacksmith Shop and old water tower on site. The park hosts a nature museum and community garden. There are trails for hiking and viewing deer, coyote, bobcats and more than 100 species of birds.
This 308 acre preserve is located above the Stevens Creek Reservoir. It about four miles of dirt trails with sunny exposed orchards on the hill and shady wooded areas.. The trails are open to hikers and equestrians. The historic site is home to the Picchetti Winery and the surrounding farm. Restrooms are available near Picchetti Winery.
This is a 165 acre County Park with mainly dirt trails a few of which are shared with equestrians and the rest are limited to hikers. The park also has paved trails that are shared between hikers and cyclists. There are about twenty three miles of trails. At the north end of the park, there are restrooms and water fountains. At the south end of the park, there is a water fountain.
Stevens Creek County Park is 1,077 acres with a 92 acre reservoir. There are multi-use and hiker only trails that span up to six miles. This park is one of the most popular birding parks in the Bay Area where over 125 species have been sighted. There are multiple restrooms available in the park.