McClellan Ranch Park 22221 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Sprawling over twenty-three acres, McClellan Ranch Park is located in the Monta Vista neighborhood of Cupertino. The…More Park was a horse ranch owned by the McClellan family in the 1930s. Caretakers still preserve the original ranch house, a working milk barn, a livestock barn and two historical structures moved from other sites. There is also a natural reserve in the middle of the Park. The ranch houses the headquarters of the Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society.
Verde Tea Cafe 19620 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Verde Tea Cafe is located in a shopping center on Stevens Creek Boulevard and offers refreshing beverages such as pearl…More milk teas and fruit freeze drinks, as well as Taiwanese snacks like popcorn chicken and brick toast. Enjoy the free Wi-Fi service in the comfortable indoor or outdoor seating.
Mrs Fields 10123 N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Mrs Fields has been the sweet addition to the Vallco Shopping Center's food court since 2003. Offers its famous,…More delicious soft and chewy chocolate chip, nut, sugar and spice cookies in sizes from nibblers to huge 10-inchers. Drinks include coffee, Icees, milk and even cookie shakes. All those can be purchased in Dino cups with color-changing straws.
This park is a few blocks from Monta Vista High School and was a horse ranch 70 years ago. Visitors can see remnants…More and recreations of original structures such as the ranch house, milk barn, blacksmith shop and water tower.</p>
<p>The Ranch itself has a Nature Museum and open house hours, during which resident animals can be visited.</p>
<p>The park has many species of birds, views of Stevens Creek, and family-friendly outdoor nature activities and classes.</p>
McClellan Ranch Park 22221 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Situated on the former ranch established in 1878 by William and Eveline McClellan, McClellan Ranch Park is a rural…More nature preserve meant to serve as habitat for deer, bobcats, coyotes, steelhead trout and over 100 species of birds. The ranch house dates back to the 1930s, when the property was a horse ranch, and is presently used by the Cupertino Parks and Recreation Department and a few non-profit environmental groups. At the park's Nature Museum you can meet several animals and learn about them with the help of resident volunteers; this program is especially useful for local schoolchildren. The park also houses a community garden, and other ranch buildings including a milk barn, a livestock barn, and a replica of Baer's Blacksmith Shop,which was originally located at De Anza and Stevens Creek boulevards.