Located underneath the Campbell Water Tower, this pocket park offers a chance to sit on a bench and relax while…More children enjoy a break in a pretty and enclosed area. Convenience is key with this little park. It's right next to the First Street Parking Garage, so residents and visitors alike make a pit stop, either before or after visiting the downtown. Hyde offers small grassy patches, a few park benches and a wooden swing set in tanbark for a couple of kids (and parents) to enjoy.</p>
Jack Fischer Park Abbott Ave & Pollard Rd, Campbell, CA95008 Jack Fischer Park is located in a quiet residential Campbell neighborhood near the Campbell-Los Gatos border. Enjoy open…More green space, large trees, ample shade, a winding path and a large hill with a sundial on top. There is a playground; bathrooms; and artwork, such as tile mosaics. The park prohibits large parties, barbecues and large rental party equipment.
Tucked away in a more industrical area of the city, Edith Morley Park is a beautiful span of open green space along…More one of the many percolation ponds throughout Campbell.</p>
<p>Paved walkways meander throughout the park, along a boardwalk and through a shady creek, past the open green and giving access to a peaceful view of the pond.</p>
<p>Dogs are allowed, but only on a leash. Alcohol consumption and group activities require a permit.</p>
<p>There is no skateboarding, golfing, bicycling or skating at the park. No swimming or fishing in the ponds and disturbing the wildlife is prohibited.</p>
The Los Gatos Creek County Dog Park is for all dogs, big and small. It has two separate, fenced areas for both large…More and small pooches to play. Both have shaded benches for dog owners to sit and watch and both areas provide spacious, open green space for dogs to run around.</p>
<p>In the large dog area, there are rocks and logs for them to climb and run around.</p>
<p>The entrance to the park is through the Los Gatos Creek Park, located off of Dell Ave., and there is a $5 parking fee. The adjacent park has restrooms as well as various trails, which dogs can walk, on leash.</p>
Campbell Skate Park 1 W Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA95008 The Campbell Skate Park, part of the Campbell Community Center, provides a place to show off your skateboarding and…More in-line skating moves. Helmets, kneepads and elbowpads are required. Skateboarding classes are offered most Mondays. The park may be rented for private parties. There is a $25 annual membership fee to use the park.
Cee Gee Parking Lot Striping 1287 Peggy Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Cee Gee Parking Lot Striping offers parking lot striping services for businesses. Please call for more information.
Park Vasona Automotive 3303 Winchester Blvd, Campbell, CA95008 Park Vasona Automotive has been a part of the Campbell community for 50 years. It offers a full line of services such as…More smog inspections, exhaust systems and fabrication, brake and lamp inspections, tire rotation and balancing. Park also does air conditioning installation and repair. This shop is licensed with the State of California for performing smog checks and is also ASE Certified. Park Vasona Automotive is located on Winchester Boulevard.
John D. Morgan Park is Campbell's largest park, at 38 acres of green, two baseball diamonds, two sets of playgrounds,…More a soccer bowl, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, two sand volleyball courts and a winding trail that joggers, walkers and strollers can all enjoy. It was named after former Campbell Police Chief John D. Morgan.</p>
<p>Bordered by San Tomas Expressway on one side, Rincon Avenue on the other, Budd Avenue and Campbell Middle School, this park has everything anyone can want.</p>
<p>The playground at the Rincon Avenue side is geared towards toddlers and younger children, with various play houses, a water feature, jungle gym and teeter totter. Parents can watch from the various benches and seating areas, most under ample shade.</p>
<p>At the Budd Avenue side, the playground is geared towards the older children, with a massive playstructure, two tubular slides and various climbing features. Two sets of swings accomodate the younger children and parents have ample amounts of seating here as well.</p>
<p>Morgan Park is also home to the Campbell-Moreland Pony/Colt Baseball League.</p>
<p>The park also has three group picnic areas available for reservation as well as public areas that are first-come, first-serve.</p>
<p>The rest of the park consists of green open space with various large trees providing a sense of seclusion amidst the busy expressway that borders one of the park's edges.</p>
<p>Editor's Note: This park is home to geese and because of that, there is a fair amount of geese leavings. Please be aware of this when choosing shoes to wear there and while in the grass.</p>
Virginia Park is in a residential neighborhood in Campbell. It is fenced in, with an open grassy area outside of the…More fenced-in portion. There are benches to sit on, water fountains, tables and a playground with swings.</p>
<p>In the mornings, many families with their younger children can be seen spending time together while their youngsters play.</p>
<p>The letters of the alphabet are carved into the sidewalk.</p>
Ainsley Park a place where visitors and residents alike can go and take a breather after shoppin, dinning or just…More hanging out in downtown. Located at the East end of Campbell Avenue and the downtown, this little gem has benches, shady trees and a great spot to watch the cars and people go by.</p>
Opsol Business Park 1566 la Pradera Dr, Campbell, CA95008 Opsol Business Park is a commercial real estate agency and property management company. Opsol specializes in rentals and…More leases of commercial spaces, including office buildings, executive suites and parks. Please call for more information.
This Campbell park lives up to its namesake. Large green spaces, three playgrounds, basketball courts, cement outdoor…More auditorium seating and benches sprinkled throughout makes this park a destination for families, athletes and visitors alike.</p>
<p>The park is located at the corner of Campbell and Gilman avenues, just past downtown Campbell and before Highway 17. Large leafy trees keep the noises from the busy Campbell Avenue at bay and ample street parking makes it an ideal spot.</p>
<p>Another attractive item is the set of full-length, night-lit (until 10pm) basketball courts. There is also access to the Los Gatos Creek Trail, which connects downtown San Jose to Vasona Park and on to the Lexington Reservoir in nearby Los Gatos.</p>
<p>Although only six throughout the park, there are picnic tables available and are first-come, first-served.</p>
<p>There are three areas for children and families to spend time: a basic swing set with surrounding benches and shady trees, a second playground with slides, climbing wall, merry-go-round and monkey bars and a third toddler playground, completely enclosed with tables and seating. There is also a water feature within the toddler play area.</p>
<p>Dogs are allowed on leash or to travel through the park to access the trail. They are not allowed in any of the children's play areas nor in the water feature.</p>
Community Gardens 615 Campbell Technology Pkwy, Campbell, CA95008 The Campbell Community Gardens are located adjacent to Edith Morley Park. This little patch of dirt consists of 39 10' x…More 20' garden plots where city residents can plant vegetables, herbs or flowers and enjoy the company of fellow green thumbs. Plots are available on a year-to-year, first-come, first-serve basis but there is currently a waiting list, with a limit of one plot per household and an annual cost of $30.