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Guadalupe River Trail - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Guadalupe River Trail, San Jose, CA, USA

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About Guadalupe River Trail

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.


Attractions Near Guadalupe River Trail

De Saisset Museum
De Saisset Museum2.81km from Guadalupe River Trail

The de Saisset Museum is the South Bay's free museum of art and history. The museum owns nearly 10,000 art pieces and historical artifacts, including the work of early Californian artist and university alumnus Ernest de Saisset and a considerable collection of California mission artifacts. Highlights of the de Saisset’s permanent collection include Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and 19th century prints by artists such as Albrecht Dürer, William Hogarth and so more.

Triton Museum of Art
Triton Museum of Art2.82km from Guadalupe River Trail

The Triton Museum of Art is a vital community resource that provides accessible exhibition and education programs, which promote a broad range of contemporary California art. It is the oldest non-university museum in Santa Clara County. The 22,000 square-foot space features high ceilings, pyramidal skylights and dramatic lighting. The spacious design of the building was created for versatile art presentation, as well as an aesthetically pleasing experience for the museum visitors.

Mission Santa Clara de Asís 1777
Mission Santa Clara de Asís 17772.91km from Guadalupe River Trail

Mission Santa Clara de Asís is a Spanish mission in the city of Santa Clara, California. The mission, which was the eighth in California, was founded on January 12, 1777 by the Franciscan order. Named for Saint Clare of Assisi, who founded the order of the Poor Clares and was an early companion of St. Francis of Assisi, this was the first California mission to be named in honor of a woman.

Intel Museum
Intel Museum3.09km from Guadalupe River Trail

The Intel Museum introduces students to the world of micro-miniature computer chips, where millions of electronic components are packed onto quarter-inch squares of silicon, and time is measured in billionths of seconds. The museum is open weekdays and Saturdays except holidays. It is open to the public with free admission. The museum was started in the early 1980s as an internal project at Intel to record its history.

South Bay Shores
South Bay Shores4.18km from Guadalupe River Trail

South Bay Shores is a water park located at California's Great America amusement park in Santa Clara, California. Originally covering 2.7 acres , the water park was expanded the following year in 2005 to 11 acres with the addition of a lazy river ride, two water slides and a 150,000-US-gallon swimming pool.

RailBlazer
RailBlazer4.26km from Guadalupe River Trail

This is a steel roller coaster at California's Great America in Santa Clara, California. Manufactured by Rocky Mountain Construction. This is the ninth roller coaster at California's Great America, and features a 90-degree drop, three inversions, and an off-roading adventure theme. RailBlazer is also the second coaster in California to have a drop of 90 degrees or more. The first one being Hangtime at Knott’s Berry Farm.

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Santa Clara County
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Home to Silicon Valley, Santa Clara County is an economic center for high technology and has the third highest GDP per capita in the world. The county's concentration of wealth, primarily due to the tech industry, has made it the most affluent county on the West Coast of the United States and one of the most affluent places in America.

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