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Published on: 6/6/2014 11:22 AM
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Hello, Agent! Are you ready to explore your community in a whole new way? The more Missions you complete, the more prizes you can win! Agents of Discovery is an educational mobile game where people of all ages can learn about the natural, cultural, and historic resources of four signature Santa Clara County Parks.
The Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Clara established the Historical Heritage Grant Program (HHGP) in 1990 to promote historic preservation and the awareness of significant cultural, historical, and archaeological resources within Santa Clara County.
If you enjoy outdoor photography, enter our calendar contest and submit your best photos taken in Santa Clara County's 28 magnificent parks.
Santa Clara County Parks will be returning to the collection of vehicle entry fees. The six-dollar ($6) collection fee will be effective April 5, 2021 at the parks listed. Other entrances have and will remain free to visitors.
Discover your Parks and some of their hidden gems through videos and live virtual programs.
Seven magnificent new hiking adventures hand picked, all nearby, to get you outside and experience new terrain and spectacular vistas. To entice you to escape to new destinatons, a commemorative t-shirt or bandana awaits those who complete the #PixInParks Challenge!
What you need to know before visiting a County Park. There's plenty of good information in this short video for new and returning visitors on how to be prepared and to enjoy your County Parks safely.
Discover hikes featuring road-width trails to make social distancing easy. Our print version maps and a mapping tool will help you to stay on the path. Visitors should park in main parking lots to avoid overcrowded trailhead parking on weekends.
Boating, golf courses, archery ranges and disc golf courses are now open. Please refer to the safety protocols for specific restrictions prior to visiting.
In 2018 the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors adopted the Parks Department’s Strategic Plan which guides Department investments for the next ten years. Read the Executive Summary for the highlights of this exciting plan to serve all the residents of Santa Clara County and protect our precious natural and cultural resources.
Santa Clara County Parks & Recreation Department accepts charitable donations to restore and improve our renowned open spaces. Trees, benches, shade structures and other items make great gifts to both your beneficiary and your favorite park.
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