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San José has hundreds of unique and breath-taking venues perfect for an outside day. Visit one of San José’s 200+ parks, hike along 60 miles of scenic trails or catch a trout at Lake Cunningham Park. All this and more is just a short drive away.

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Dog Parks

  • Features include dog height water fountains, separate smaller and larger park areas, paved and landscaped areas (varies by park) 
  • We also offer obedience classes visit sjregistration.com



Disc Golf
  • Kelley Park is home to San José's largest Disc Golf course
  • 18 hole course in the beautiful outdoor setting of Kelley Regional Park
  • Our course is environmentally sound, open year-round and can be enjoyed immediately by all ages

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Horse Riding Camp at Emma Prusch
  • Learn about saddle, grooming, leading, horse psychology and safety
  • Play horse related games, and much more
  • Campers ride for at least one hour per day!
  • Horse riding campers will meet at the livestock barn
  • See all the available listing and register today!


Golfing
  • Courses from 9 to 18 holes
  • Lighted driving ranges
Los Lagos Golf Course
Phone: (408) 361-0250
Los Lagos Website
Rancho Del Pueblo Golf Course
Phone: (408) 347-0990
Rancho Del Pueblo Website
San Jose Municipal Golf Course
Phone: (408) 441-4653
San Jose Municipal Website



Parks & Playgrounds
  • Enjoy the outdoors
  • Celebrate a special occasion 
  • A great way to volunteer

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Skate Parks & Bike Parks
  • The City of San José is home to 7 public skate parks, including California's largest skate park, Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park (LCRSP) featuring the world's largest cradle, tallest vert wall, and largest full pipe, LCRSP offers a wide variety of terrain for all skill levels. Learn more about Lake Cunningham Regional Skate Park
    • Lake Cunningham
    • Great Oaks
    • Mayfair
    • Roosevelt
    • Plata Arroyo
    • Stonegate
    • West Evergreen
  • Calabazas Park features the largest city-funded BMX course of its kind in the Bay Area. The park and the BMX course are open one hour after sunrise and closes one hour after sunset; however, the course will remain closed if the ground is deemed too wet for usage. Learn more about Calabazas BMX Park