The Campbell Percolation Ponds are a group of recharging ponds within the city of Campbell.
The water at these…More various ponds throughout Campbell act as refill stations for rainwater runoff, which will eventually percolate into the ground and to the underground natural aquifers.
Gravel trails around the ponds allow for access around the bodies of water, and benches give visitors a chance to take a seat and enjoy the view of the various bird species that call these ponds home.
Dogs on leashes are welcomed, and there are doggie bags and trash bins available at each entrance.
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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.
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.
Dogs are allowed, but only on a leash. Alcohol consumption and group activities require a permit.
There is no skateboarding, golfing, bicycling or skating at the park. No swimming or fishing in the ponds and disturbing the wildlife is prohibited.
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