Cupertino offers many beautiful parks for your enjoyment, from large areas with expansive lawns to smaller neighborhood parks. All of our parks offer family picnic areas, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. A few of our parks, including Linda Vista, memorial, and Portal, offer large picnic/barbecue areas that can be reserved for bigger groups. All reservations must be made in person at the Quinlan Community Center at 10185 N. Stelling Rd, Cupertino. Please call (408) 777-3120 for more information.
22221 McClellan Road. A horse ranch during the 1930s and 40s, this 18-acre park has the appearance of a working ranch. Preserved on the property are the original ranch house, milk barn, livestock barn, and two historic buildings moved from other sites in the city: Baer's Blacksmith Shop, originally located at De Anza and Stevens Creek Boulevards, and the old water tower from the Parish Ranch, now the site of Memorial park. Also at McClellan Ranch are corrals where Rolling Hills 4-H Club members raise rabbits, chickens, sheep, swine, and cattle and a Junior Nature Museum, which features small live animal exhibits and dispenses information about bird, animal, and plant species of the area.
Community garden (organic) plots are available for city residents to use. Tours of the farm buildings and Junior Museum are conducted for school children. Phone: (408) 777-3120
Stevens Creek Blvd. at Mary Ave. Attractions at the 28-acre Memorial Park include acres of lawn ideal for family picnics, a lake, and six lighted tennis courts, as well as the Senior Center. Also, an amphitheater, lighted softball field, a gazebo, and picnic areas are available for general enjoyment or rental.
Call for details. Phone: (408) 777-3120
21979 San Fernando Ave. Blackberry Farm’s regular operating hours will be: June-August, Tuesday through Sunday form 10:00am to 8:00pm, and May & September, Saturdays, Sundays and select weekdays from 10:00am to 7:00pm. Please note that Stevens Creek Trail will be open from sunrise to one half-hour after sunset, 365 days a year.
Intersection of Stevens Creek Blvd and De Anza Blvd. This 1-acre park features a stainless steel sculpture, two interactive fountains and themed gardens. The park has free wireless Internet access. Cali Mill Plaza is open form 8:00am to 10:00pm.
22100 Stevens Creek Blvd. The Blackberry Farm is a nine hole, par 29 course with pull carts and rates as low as $16.00.
21111 Stevens Creek Blvd. The facility features 17 tennis courts, a part-time child watch program, personal training for individuals and groups, racquetball, locker room facilities, and a teen center. The fitness center includes Cybex weight stations, free weights, lifecycles, treadmills, and elliptical trainers. The multi-purpose room is available for basketball, badminton, table tennis, and a variety of fitness classes for all levels. Please call for further information and membership specials. Open seven days a week: Mon.-Fri. 6:00am – 10:00pm; Saturday 8:00am – 10:00pm; Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pm. Phone: (408) 777-3160
21111 Stevens Creek Blvd. The Cupertino Teen Center is open for all 6th-12th grade students. Residents are FREE, non-residents pay $5 a day or a $40 10-day pass can be purchased at Quinlan Community Center. The Teen Center is a place to hang out, study, meet new people and play fun games. At all times, two trained recreation leaders provide supervision. For more information, visit Cupertino.org.
21251 Stevens Creek Blvd. The Cupertino Senior Center is the perfect place to meet people and enrich your life. We are Cupertino’s hub for activities, information and services that are specifically geared toward active adults 50 years and older. Office hours open from Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Lawrence Expwy., and Moorpark/Bollinger. This beautiful facility features a park setting with a pool and creek vista for conferences and special occasions. The hall is fully carpeted with a full kitchen, tables, and chairs for 100-150 people. Rentals range from $50-$100 per hour (3 hour minimum) until 10 pm. Complimentary time for setup and clean up is provided. Rancho also has swim lessons available all year and public swimming Mon. – Thur. from 12:00pm – 4:00pm and Fri. – Sun. 12:00 pm – 6:00pm beginning May until August. Visit www.ranchoreccenter.com for more info. Phone: (408) 252-8429
10700 Clubhouse Lane. This lovely 52-acre facility offers a number of amenities, including a top quality golf course, new practice and teaching center, and a first class dining facility. Features include a challenging mid-length golf course that boasts picturesque views of Stevens Creek along with superb maintenance and unique playing challenges. The new Deep Cliff Practice Center offers an 8000 sq. ft. putting green and 12 station hitting area to hone golf skills. A full service golf shop, lesson programs, and clinics are also available. The Grill Cafe located at Deep Cliff has the best food in the area with a combination of California-Fresh Cuisine & Barbecue. Phone: (408) 253-5357
3090 Alves Dr. The Northwest YMCA has a variety of programs for the whole family. The state of the art fitness center has programs specifically for new and returning exercisers of all ages. Come enjoy relaxing in the member Wellness Resource Center or watch your children play on the brand new playground.
Other programs include year round licensed child-care, traditional summer camps, along with specialty camps such as golf, skateboard, science camps, and much more. The Northwest YMCA also offers a teen center, teen programming, and parent/child programming. Preschool programs including sports, camp and the new Kinder Readiness Program, which helps prepare young-sters’ transition into school. Also offered at the YMCA is a warm-water recreational pool. Programs for youth, adults and families include swim lessons, water exercise, arthritis exercise, and recreational swim.
Volunteer opportunities are always available at the Northwest YMCA. No matter how you help, you’ll make a big difference as you work with others to create a feeling of connection in your community. YMCA programs help guild strong kids, strong families, and strong communities through 41 building blocks of developmental assets. Visit www.nwymca.org for more info. Phone: (408) 257-7160
Creekside Park Miller Ave. between Stevens Creek Blvd. and Bollinger Rd.
Hoover Park Leed Ave. near Primrose
Jollyman Park - Stelling Rd. near McClellan Rd.
Library Field - Pacifica Dr. and Torre Ave.
Linda Vista Park - Linda Vista Dr. near Columbus Ave.
Monta Vista Park - Foothill Blvd. and Voss Ave.
Portal Park - N. Portal Ave. off Stevens Creek Blvd.
Stevens Creek County Park - Stevens Canyon (end of Foothill Expressway)
Somerset Square Park SUMMERSET SQUARE PARK - Stokes Ave. near Peninsula Dr.
Three Oaks Park - Candlelight Way near Rainbow Dr.
Varian Park - Ainsworth Dr. at Vista Knoll Blvd.
Wilson Park - S. Portal Ave. near Stevens Creek Blvd.