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Stevens Creek County Park

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Stevens Creek County Park

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11401 Stevens Canyon Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014-5423
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John S wrote a review Feb 2021
118 contributions54 helpful votes
Great trails. Moderately steep dirt roads lead to views of the valley. Good place to burn calories. :)
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Date of experience: February 2021
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tinaNtravel wrote a review Jan 2021
San Jose, California1,338 contributions569 helpful votes
We came here to hike the Steven’s Creek Canyon Trail – which is a large loop using the Steven’s Creek Tony Look Trail, Lookout Trail, Vista Loop Trail, Fern Trail and Coyote Ridge Trail. The hike is beautiful with constantly changing scenery. You get a great view of the reservoir along quite a bit of the trail. The hike is moderate and we passed a number of people who were clearly challenged by the hike. Be sure to bring a mask as the trail is narrow most of the way, with people walking in both directions. Steven’s Creek County Park itself has a number of great places for a picnic or just to sit and relax. There are restrooms at the lower level parking lot and if you hike the above trail, there is a restroom about half way, I believe at the ‘Stevens Creek Tony Look Trail Head’ off of Stevens Canyon Road. We hiked this for the first time a few weeks ago, and liked it enough that we’ve been back two more times, since then.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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mini wrote a review Mar 2020
Fremont, California102,210 contributions3,848 helpful votes
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We have been to the reservoir area of Stevens Creek County Park. This time we went to the Upper sectio which is off of Skyline Boulevard. Its a good area for hiking and views.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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AtitayaFon wrote a review Jun 2019
Cupertino, California82 contributions23 helpful votes
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I went there and thought that I would go for a walk in the park but it turned out to be a hike into the mountains. I wasn’t easy but it was worth. I would definitely do it again.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Orrin95014 wrote a review Mar 2019
Cupertino, California30 contributions9 helpful votes
A great park close to the City of Cupertino and local freeways. Many trails start here and connect with Mid Peninsula Open Space. Boating and fishing are available in Stevens creek Reservoir.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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