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Rancho San Antonio County Park
Ranked #1 of 23 things to do in Cupertino
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Park featuring 23 miles of running trails.
Reviewed 11 August 2014 via mobile

Do not visit after 6pm (if it's your first time here). We came at around six, and we entered the Wildcat Loop Trail at about 7:25. To our disappointment, we stayed there until 8:45 and couldn't find out way out. When we looked at the signs for directions, there were no directions for the parking lot. It was already dark (bring flashlights) so we had to get a ranger to get us.

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Reviewed 23 July 2014

You can take a short 1 hour walk/run or a much longer many mile walk/run at Rancho San Antonio. And it is free. The entire area provides the beauty of nature and is a wonderful escape from our urban/suburban environment. It is fun to stop by the family home from the 1850s and to see the farm animals.

More details online for this Open Space Preserve.

Thank Robert H
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Reviewed 15 July 2014

I am an extremely fit forty year old woman. I spend sixteen hours a week at the gym. Half of that on cardio and the other lifting weights. I needed a change if pace. I needed more if a challenge and thought this would make me sweat more. It was almost equal. I am an extremist.

Thank monsterhigh1
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Reviewed 12 July 2014

This is a nice place to take a hike. In addition, it is enjoyable to see the farm animals at the Deer Hollow Farm area, which is a working homestead and educational center.

It can get busy on the week-ends.

Thank mini
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Reviewed 22 June 2014

This park is less than 10 miles from our home, and we usually end up at Rancho when we want to go for a 2-4 hour hike. The variety of trails makes it possible to have a great time whether your group includes very young or old people or very fit people. The PG&E trail appeals to those who want a challenging hike. The others go from moderate to easy. Lots of deer and other wildlife to see during mornings and evenings. And the farm is a delight for kids of all ages.

Thank Pankaj S
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