Guadalupe River Park And Gardens

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  • Address: 438, Coleman Avenue, SanJose, CA-95110,USA, San Jose, United States
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-4082987657
  • Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Park, River, Family And Kids, Nature

San Jose is that gorgeous city with its extraordinary number of parks and gardens. This lovely park and garden area is another addition to the many amazing, verdant places to see in the city.

This park is surprising because it runs along the Guadalupe River on the highway. Even amidst the modern city, this green park is a lovely retreat. Around 2.6 miles of walking area consisting of several trails makes this park a lovely place to visit.

There is an orchard, places to sit and even picnic areas. The Heritage Rose Garden is also within the premises. So there is a lot to see and do inside this area. Be sure to visit it with the kids.

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  • Guadalupe River Park And Gardens Address: 438, Coleman Avenue, SanJose, CA-95110,USA, San Jose, United States
  • Guadalupe River Park And Gardens Contact Number: +1-4082987657
  • Guadalupe River Park And Gardens Timing: 24-hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit San Jose include Guadalupe River Park And Gardens in their plan

  • 40.54% of people start their Guadalupe River Park And Gardens visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Guadalupe River Park And Gardens

Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday

94.24% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Guadalupe River Park And Gardens

People normally club together California Theatre and Cathedral Basilica Of St. Joseph while planning their visit to Guadalupe River Park And Gardens.

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Guadalupe River Park And Gardens Reviews & Ratings

  • Great park near downtown with a great walking, hiking, and biking trail. The trail starts in South San Jose and extends all the way to the Bay in Alviso. We often visit here to take the dogs for a walk. There is easy parking in a few different lots. The park also contains a working orchard, and a rose garden. The only downside of the park is that you can often find large amounts of trash in different locations left by the homeless who frequent the area.

  • Love this trail. Great to ride your bike or walk your dog on this long trail. It is an absolutely gorgeous walk as everything around you is green just about while on the trail (except for while under the bridges..) I am from Washington State, so this trail really makes me feel at home in the Evergreen State. This is my favorite trail to walk my 11 year old pitbull on. I tell you what, she has a blast each time we go down it too.

  • Certain parts of the river are clean and inviting with well maintained trails. But, this can be VERY deceiving. There is a lot of litter & homeless encampments & homeless people wandering through the creek. When reported, the city and waterway districts don't respond or care.

  • I wish I could give this park five stars but the City of SJ will have to do a better job of cleaning up the garbage before it reaches that level. Meanwhile, it's still a very pleasant place to walk or ride a bike. And our dog really loves it too. In fact, she thinks the garbage is a major plus.

  • Park has some lovely parts but much of it is a home to San Jose's homeless population. The children's park is lovely but if look it over before letting my kids run and play on the equipment. The biking paths wind along the river making the park accessible to many looking for somewhere to pitch a tent. There winter rains and flooding caused a lot of the garbage that comes with a homeless population to be deposited in the trees along the river. This park has great potential to be a good place for the people of San Jose. As it is now, I don't consider it a safe place to recommend you go.

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