Alviso Marina County Park is located at: 1195 Hope St San Jose, CA 95002. Park Office: (408) 262-6980. Directions. From Highway 880: Take Highway 237 (Alviso-Milpitas Road) west to North First Street exit. Turn right on North First Street (which becomes North Taylor); turn right on Gold Street, left on Elizabeth Street and right on Hope Street.
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Experience the Euphrat! More than a museum, the Euphrat creates an experiential environment for visual ideas and communication. Our comprehensive program of arts, education, public art programs and lectures stimulate creativity and interest in art among audiences of all ages.
This is a great little park off the corner of Homestead and Franco Ct. FEATURES: - 2 grassy areas - 2 entrances (one off the corner of Homestead & Franco and the other one for Markham Apartment residence) - large playground with "cushiony floors" beneath the playground area - 3-4 garbage cans - 8 or so benches - 11 picnic tables - a doggy bag post for easy messy pick-ups.
Local visitors will find Fremont Older Open Space Preserve of particular interest because of its proximity and richness in local history. Bike and Equestrian Access Limited: Activities may not be designated on all trails within the Preserve-- always refer to the map and trail signage for where the activity is permitted.
Museum shows the history and products of the Joshua Hendy Iron works, the largest iron works in the country west of the Mississippi. First room is called the nostalgia room, and has a cutout of Betty Furness showing vintage Westinghouse home and kitchen products, like refrigerators, stoves, washing machines.
However when the factory was torn down, the tower was painted over, removing the distinctive Libby’s label. Incensed, the residents of Sunnyvale protested the change, and the top of the tower was repainted to look like the first Libby’s fruit cocktail label from the early 1900s.
Ortega park in Sunnyvale is a large and diverse space suitable for multiple occasions: kids play, sports activities, celebrations, friends gatherings and such. There is plenty of open space, lots of shade, landscaped trees and spacious grassy area, and multiple picnic areas equipped with picnic tables, benches, and fire pits, distributed throughout the park, so your reserved space is quite private.
Murdock Park is accessible from two pedestrian bridges which also allow walkers to follow a circular route along both sides of the creek (note: one bridge does not offer Universal Access, requiring that users climb steps). Users can access the trail at the end of English Drive, at Murdock Park or at Bollinger Road and Lawrence Expressway.
A coordinated trail planning effort between the cities of Cupertino, Los Altos, Mountain View and Sunnyvale started in 2009 with the appointment of a Stevens Creek Trail coordination committee, the Joint Cities Working Team (JCWT), consisting of one elected official and one staff member from each agency.
Stevens Creek County Park is located at: 11401 Stevens Canyon Rd Cupertino, CA 95014. Park Office: (408) 867-3654. Stevens Creek County Park is located along Stevens Canyon Road and Mt. Eden Road in the foothills between Saratoga and Cupertino. To access the park from Cupertino, take Interstate Highway 280 to Foothill Expressway.
The Historical Society tried to construct a museum several times over the 40 years after the original Murphy House was torn down. Finally, In 2002 we were successful in creating an alliance with the City of Sunnyvale to anchor the project. The City donated the land at the Orchard Heritage Park and committed $500,000 in the form of a grant.
Once Wilson School shut down, it was like the city had no reason for the park. This is an incredible park, great for just chilling out and relaxing. There is a good number of picnic benches, a readily available bathroom, and good segregation between the different activity areas (i.e.. baseball park, and big green fields, and play ground areas with nice walkways).