Cupertino City Park Finder Memorial ParkStevens Creek and Mary Ave.This popular 28-acre park includes acres of lawn that are ideal for family picnics, a gazebo overlooking our beautiful pond, an amphitheatre, a lighted softball field, and six lighted tennis courts. It is centrally located, being adjacent to the Cupertino Senior Center, Quinlan Community Center, and Cupertino Sports Center. There is also a reservable picnic/ barbecue area that accommodates 113. There are many additional family picnic areas available on a first-come, first-served basis. Memorial Park also houses Cupertino Veterans Memorial which honors our local veterans. For more info visit the Cupertino Veterans Memorial site. Memorial Park is open daylight hours to 10 p.m. Blackberry Farm21979 San Fernando Ave.Blackberry Farm’s regular operating hours will be: June-August, Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and May and September, Saturdays, Sundays and select weekdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please note that Stevens Creek Trail will be open from sunrise to one half-hour after sunset, 365 days a year. Cali Mill Plaza, Intersection of Stevens Creek Blvd. and De Anza Blvd.This 1-acre park features a stainless steel sculpture, two interactive fountains and themed gardens. The park has free wireless Internet access. Cali Mill Plaza is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Creekside Park10455 Miller Ave.This 13-acre park features family picnic areas, half-court basketball, twoplayground areas, three tournament-quality soccer fields, and a pedestrian/bicyclebridge over the Calabazas Creek. In addition, an 800-sq. ft. community room canbe reserved for meetings or parties. Please reserve in person at the QuinlanCommunity Center, 10185 N. Stelling Rd, Cupertino. Creekside Park is opendaylight hours to one hour after sunset. Cupertino Library Park10400 Torre Ave.The Cupertino Library is located in Cupertino’s Civic Center complex and isoperated by the Santa Clara County Library system. Visit the CupertinoLibrary website for their hours of operation. Franco Park10981 Franco Ct.The City of Cupertino celebrated the opening of our newest park, Franco Park,with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, January 22, 2011.Franco Park is a .61 acre neighborhood park which includes picnic tables andseating benches throughout, as well as playground equipment.Franco Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Hoover Park7538 Waterford Dr.This is a 5-acre park with two soccer fields, a half-basketball court, and playequipment for pre-school and elementary children. Hoover Park is open daylighthours to one hour after sunset. Jollyman Park1000 S Stelling Rd.This is an 11.5-acre park with a partially lighted soccer field, baseball field, playequipment, and picnic areas. Jollyman Park is open daylight hours to one hourafter sunset. Linda Vista Park11111 Linda Vista Dr.This is an 11-acre site that includes a reservable picnic/barbecue area for 136, twoplay equipment areas (pre-school and elementary), a fitness station, as well as alarge turf area. Please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 408.777.3120for information on reserving the picnic area. Linda Vista Park is open daylighthours to one hour after sunset. Little Rancho Pocket Park23646 Black Oak WayLittle Rancho Pocket Park provides you a possibility to kick back for a while andget in touch with nature. Use it to do yogasanas, arrange a date, have a picnic,admire the greenery, participate in celebrations or meditate in your free time. Ithas a small playground and grass area for children. Main Street ParkMain Street ParkA small park located within Main Street Cupertino. It is open to the public andsurrounds several plazas and open spaces for the community to enjoy. Mary Avenue Dog Park10309 Mary Ave.Welcome to the Cupertino Dog Park, an enclosed space for dogs to run offleash.The park has two separate fenced areas, one for small dogs less than 25pounds, and one for large dogs over 25 pounds. While not inside the park, dogsare required to be on a leash. Open daily from sunrise to sunset. McClellan Ranch Preserve22221 McClellan Rd.This 18-acre natural preserve park was a horse ranch in the 1930’s and 40’s. Thesite houses a nature museum and community garden. Preserved are the originalranch house, milk barn, livestock barn, a replica of Baer’s BlacksmithShop,originally located at De Anza and Stevens Creek Blvds, and the old watertower from Parish Ranch, now Memorial Park. McClellan Ranch Preserve is openfrom 6 a.m. to dusk.Visit the McClellan Ranch Preserve page for more info. Monta Vista ParkFoothill Blvd and Voss Ave.This is a 6.2-acre park with a 10,000 sq ft. recreation center, two tennis courts, play fields, play equipment, and family picnic areas. Monta Vista Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Portal Park10229 N Portal Ave.This is a 3.8-acre site that includes a small recreation building, a reservable picnic/barbecue area for 80, play equipment, and family picnic areas. Call 408.777.3120for more information. Portal Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Somerset Square Park10798 Stokes Ave.This 1.7-acre site includes a half-basketball court, a volleyball court, family picnicareas, and children’s play equipment.Somerset Square Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Sterling Bernhart Park10486 Sterling Blvd.This 0.6-acre neighborhood park features a small sport court, a play structure withslides, a swing set with interchangeable swings for varying ages, chessboardtables, grassy area, and picnic tables. Sterling-Barnhart Park is open daylighthours to one hour after sunset. Stevens Creek County Park11401 Stevens Canyon Rd.Welcome to Stevens Creek County Park. The beautiful 1,063 acre park offerswidely diverse recreational amenities, including the 86 acre reservoir. Visitors mayenjoy exploring the remnants of the historic Villa Maria orchard. Three Oaks ParkThree Oaks ParkThis is a 3.1-acre neighborhood park with play equipment and family picnic areas.Three Oaks Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Varian Park22220 Varian WayThis is a 6.3-acre site with two tennis courts, play equipment, and family picnicareas. Varian Park is open daylight hours to one hour after sunset. Wilson Park19784 Wintergreen Dr.This 10-acre site includes a small recreation building, family picnic areas, fitnesscourse, and play equipment. Wilson Park is also home to our Ceramics Center,with multiple classes offered throughout the year. Please see the Recreationschedule for class information. Or make your next party a Ceramics party! Pleasecontact 408.777.3120 for more information. Wilson Park is open daylight hours toone hour after sunset.See Park Rules & Regulations for more details.