Guadalupe River Park And Gardens

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  • Address: 438, Coleman Avenue, SanJose, CA-95110,USA, San Jose, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-4082987657
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Park, Play Ground, 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
  • Guadalupe River Park And Gardens Price: Free
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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.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • This is a multi-tiered park that I had never noticed before. Hidden gem, great views, clean restrooms, and plenty of space to spread out. It's easy to see why there were so many photographers - the views of DELA are fantastic. But there's also an area for kids, nice gravel paths for walking, a soccer field, and some sunny spots with benches to lounge. You can tell you're in a city, but this is a bit of respite from more a more chaotic scene. There's a tiny parking lot but street parking up a hill off to the side.

  • I run here once a week. Calling it a park suggests that it is maintained--it's more of a green space. I would not take my kids here because of the human waste and drug use, but it has a fine bike path/jogging trail.

  • Great outdoors space to view the Fourth of July fireworks show. It does get very full, so allow plenty of time to find a spot. The fireworks begin around 9:30 and we arrived around 7 and it was pretty full by then already. There is a live band for entertainment and there are some vendors selling treats around the vicinity. You absolutely need a blanket or chairs to make yourself comfortable and be prepared to share a bit of your personal space. Great atmosphere overall though.

  • This is a great place to bring the family or your pet; though it is not fenced so make sure your pet is trained before letting them off leash. Tons of areas to speed out, have picnics, or play sports.

  • Nice and safe park. You can see planes landing to SJC. Swings and slides were for all ages. Loved it!

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