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Ed R. Levin County Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

3100 Calaveras Rd, Milpitas, CA 95035, USA

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About Ed R. Levin County Park

This majestic 1,558 acre park is one of Santa Clara County's most unique regional park and recreation areas. It has the traditional features of an urban park such as picnicking, fishing and play areas, with the complex trail system of many regional wilderness parks. The park's recreational facilities include a hang gliding and paragliding area, a dog park, and horseback riding areas. Ed R. Levin County Park has two lakes.

Attractions Near Ed R. Levin County Park

Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve
Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve5.87km from Ed R. Levin County Park

The Sierra Vista Open Space Preserve in the Eastern foothills of Santa Clara County offers sweeping views of the Valley and the opportunity to stroll through diverse landscapes including oak woodlands, rolling grassland, and chaparral communities.Enjoy expansive views as you stroll through grasslands and rock outcroppings that were once part of the ocean floor.

Alum Rock Park
Alum Rock Park6.99km from Ed R. Levin County Park

The 720 acres (2.9 km2) park offers 13 miles (21 km) of trails. The narrow floor of the valley includes a visitor center, a small museum/animal rehab facility, picnic areas, playgrounds, lawns, sand volleyball pits, mineral springs, lush plant life, woodlands, creek play opportunities, and occasional group camping.

Sunol Regional Wilderness
Sunol Regional Wilderness7.68km from Ed R. Levin County Park

Sunol is a large protected parcel of land, with a plethora of plant communities, and plenty of trails through varied terrain. The popular park has a reputation for being one of the most challenging but also most scenic parks in the East Bay. Trails for hiking, horse-riding, and mountain biking cross the park. There are also facilities for camping. The 27.74 square kilometres park was established in 1962,

Mission Peak
Mission Peak7.81km from Ed R. Levin County Park

Mission Peak is a 2,517-foot summit east of the San Francisco Bay in Fremont. Mission Peak has symbolic importance, and is depicted on the logo of the City of Fremont. It is located in Mission Peak Regional Preserve, a regional park operated by the East Bay Regional Park District. Mission Peak Regional Preserve is a popular location for hang gliding and paragliding.

Guadalupe River Trail
Guadalupe River Trail11.04km from Ed R. Levin County Park

The Guadalupe River Trail is a core trail system within San José's trail network. Once fully developed, it will extend about 20 miles and link the San Francisco Bay to south San José.The path runs along the banks of the Guadalupe River. The trail is currently composed of two discontinuous segments: a short segment along the Upper Guadalupe River and a longer segment along the Lower Guadalupe River. This trail is heavily used for both recreation and commuting.

Alviso Marina County Park
Alviso Marina County Park11.76km from Ed R. Levin County Park

This 20.6 acre bayside park, located along Alviso slough and adjacent to the salt ponds and marshes of Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The park offers a great variety of recreational opportunities within its boundaries and leads visitors to the Refuge for bird watching, hiking along the pathways, boardwalks, and on regional trails including the San Francisco Bay Trail.It offer fantastic views of the mountains surrounding the bay, and of the wildlife.

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