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Rancho San Antonio County Park

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Rancho San Antonio County Park

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Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014
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Pam wrote a review Mar 2020
Cupertino, California4 contributions
This is the best Mid -Pen hike due to Deer Hollow Farm. I get to hike those beautiful trails, and I feel like I'm miles away from civilization. There are incredible views, as well as beautiful wildflowers. But the real bonus is the farm animals. Where can you find, cows, goats, sheep, and chickens? Yes, this is a real working farm. And it is spring, and the babies are here (and more to come). There are 6 adorable lambs and 6 cute baby goats. What an incredible treat.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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LightPacker@voss wrote a review Feb 2020
Cupertino, California11 contributions1 helpful vote
Best to get there early for parking could be a challenge, specially on weekends and holidays! Lots of choices on trails for hikes or walks.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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h2sk1 wrote a review Nov 2019
150 contributions52 helpful votes
This is a convenient location if you're situated in the valley and there are trails from flat to 2500 feet vertical. For trail runners, this is a good place. Most of the trails are fire-access roads and thus are wide without too many ankle-busting terrain. I went the first time as a hiker, doing a 12 mile loop to Black Mountain (and a bit beyond as some reviewers recommended), then back down the other side of the valley. Nice views of silicon valley, but I didn't get the same wilderness feel as other places along the Santa Cruz mountain range. The Quarry trail was my favorite part of that loop -- winding narrow switchback with a few vistas along the way, and varied vegetation. It also wasn't busy like the rest of the trails. I went back for trail running, and that was a good, but dusty, choice.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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twakristin wrote a review Nov 2019
Cupertino, California11 contributions1 helpful vote
We went at 1pm do there weren’t very many people there which was great. So peaceful and it was a beautiful afternoon. Did the wildcat Loop Trail about 4 miles. It’s the best place to hike. Saw squirrels and wild turkeys. No deer this time
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Date of experience: November 2019
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sorrento2015 wrote a review Oct 2019
Cupertino, California3 contributions3 helpful votes
This is a local park where cyclists, joggers and hikers abound. There is Wild life along the way. Trails lead outside the park to connect with miles and miles of trails all along and across the hills. The park itself has something suitable for all age groups. A farm house with organic farming and farm animals, a meadow with picnic benches, a promontory from where battery operated planes or drones can be flown in the area below. There are toilets in the main parking lot. The park has some really majestic coast live oaks and California bays. Trails are dirt trails but within some parts there is a tar road access (for park personnel and handicap persons) you can walk on if you prefer that. On occasions the dust from dirt trails has bothered me when there is a wind gust but that does not happen often. Overall it is a breath of fresh air, tranquility, and relaxation from the bustle and traffic.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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