Somerset Square Park Stokes Ave and Peninsula Dr, Cupertino, CA95014 Tucked away at the end of a quiet residential street, this small park has half a basketball court, a play area for…More children and a volleyball court. The park closes at sunset.
Memorial Park Stevens Creek Blvd & Mary Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 With barbecue pits and play areas, this enormous 28-acre park is very family friendly and has a pond, an…More amphitheater (which hosts Shakespeare in the Park in summertime), six tennis courts and play structures. Nearby is the Quinlan Community Center.
Sterling Barnhart Park 10486 Sterling Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Sterling-Barnhart Park is a beautiful and clean 0.6-acre neighborhood park in Cupertino featuring a small play court, a…More play structure with slides, a swing set with interchangeable swings for children of different ages, chessboard tables, grassy area, two picnic tables and seven park benches. The playground equipment is for children between 5-12 years of age. A dog bowl fountain is attached to the water fountain.
Three Oaks Park Candlelight Way & Moltzen Dr, Cupertino, CA95014 Three Oaks Park is a small park near Stelling Road and Rainbow Drive. It has play and picnic areas.
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.
Varian Park Ainsworth Dr & Vista Knoll Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Varian Park is located adjacent to Stevens Creek Elementary School. It offers a large grassy area, play equipment and…More two tennis courts. Picnic areas are also available.
Jollyman Park S Stelling Rd & McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 This park is off of StellingRoad, between Rainbow Drive and McClellan Road. It has a baseball field, a partially-lighted…More soccer field, and a play structure and picnic area.
Hoover Park Leeds Ave & Primrose Way, Cupertino, CA95014 Spread over five acres, Hoover Park is one of Cupertino's great attractions. It has two soccer fields, a half basketball…More court and a play area for pre- and elementary school children. Motor vehicles are allowed in designated parking lots and roadways only. The large lawn is a perfect location for relaxation or a family outing with children, especially during summer. Dogs must be on a leash and animal handlers are required to clean up after their pets.
Portal Park N Portal Ave & Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Located off Stevens Creek Blvd, Portal Park offers a small recreational building and a picnic and barbecue area with a…More capacity of 60 people. This picnic area can be reserved in advance. Situated on 3.8 acres, the park includes a children's play area with swings, slides and other structures. It also has family picnic areas.
Wilson Park S Portal Ave & Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Wilson Park in Cupertino is a 4.8-acre facility with a small recreation building, family picnic areas, fitness course,…More and play equipment. This is an uncrowned park with BBQs, tables, lots of grass, water fountains, two gated baseball fields and a gated play area with a sandpit and larger play structure for older children. Wilson Park also houses a Ceramics studio where multiple creative art classes are offered for all ages year-round.
Creekside Park 10455 Miller Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 Located in the heart of Cupertino, spread over 13 acres, Creekside Park is a fabulous place for community or family…More events. The small, 800-sq. ft. park building, with a capacity for 50 people, can be reserved for parties or other events seven days a week throughout the year at an affordable price. The building has a kitchen with a stove, microwave, sink, refrigerator and freezer. The Creekside park also has a pedestrian-bicycle bridge running over the Calabazas Creek, three tournament quality soccer fields, half-court basketball, swings, play equipments and small picnic area in the shades.
Stevens Creek County Park has 1,077 acres including the 92-acre Stevens Creek Reservoir and trails that connect with…More the Mid-Peninsula Open Space Fremont Older Preserve.</p>
<p>Non-motorized boating and fishing are allowed on the reservoir. Picnicking facilities are available on first-come, first-served basis or for groups larger than 20 may be reserved in advance.</p>
Blackberry Farm 21979 San Fernando Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 Blackberry Farm, a public park and amusement facility, is located on Stevens Creek Blvd., in Cupertino. The park has…More undergone major renovation with many upgrades such as a new ticket kiosk, re-plastering of pools, a new water slide and new bocce ball court. The park offers six picnic areas in the west-bank that can be booked individually or for groups. Each of these sites has a commercial-size barbecue, serving table and a cold-water sink. The Stevens Creek trail is open from dawn to dusk around the year.
Monta Vista Park S Foothill Blvd & Voss Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 Monta Vista Park, located at Foothill Boulevard and Voss Avenue in Cupertino, offers a 10,000 square-foot recreation…More facility, two tennis courts, playground and play equipment. It also offers family picnic areas that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Its expansive lawns and greens make it an ideal place for family outings or a place to relax. The Monta Vista Community Center located at the park features a gymnastic room with state-of-the-art exercise equipment.
The City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation Department 10300 Torre Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 The City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation Department is a government office located at the Quinlan Community…More Center. It manages various parks and facilities, including the Blackberry Farm golf course, Cupertino sports center, Quinlan community center and the senior and teen center. The department offers cooking, fitness, soccer, art, tennis and drama instruction and a variety of other programs for adults and children.
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>
Linda Vista Park Linda Vista Dr & Columbus Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 Linda Vista Park is located in the Monta Vista neighborhood in Cupertino. Visitors can find many trails spread over 11…More acres, as well as a fitness area and a stream with a waterfall. The park offers a view of the South Bay from its highest point. Plenty of birds flock here for birdwatchers to see, and occasional deer can be spotted. Picnic areas with barbecue pits and tables are available by reservation and two playgrounds provide entertainment for kids.
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.