Santa Clara County Parks strives to provide all visitors a place where diversity and inclusivity is valued and makes every effort to provide access to outstanding recreational opportunities, a rich cultural historical legacy, and an expansive regional trail system for all to enjoy.
Volunteers Needed for Day on the Bay at Alviso Marina
We are seeking volunteers on Saturday, October 8th for Day on the Bay! This fun-filled festival along the South Bay shores of Alviso features a health resource fair, mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic and flu shots, games, kayak rides, and a festive celebration of our diverse cultures - all made possible by volunteers like you! Won't you join us? Sign up here!
Virtual Junior Rangers
Become a Junior Ranger by attending a series of eight after-school sessions for ages 7-12, taking place on Zoom every Tuesday and Thursday from October 25-November 3. Fall season topics include Bats, Creepy Crawlies, Astronomy, and Basic First Aid. For a complete list of topics, check out the program flyer HERE. Registration is required, Sign up today!
Trail Watch Academy Virtual Training
Love to hike in our parks? As a Trail Watch volunteer, you could patrol our trails and help make sure our parks remain safe and welcoming for all! Our next Trail Watch Academy Training will be held online on Saturday, November 5th - sign up here!
SCC Parks Milestones
Since the first County parkland was acquired in 1924, the Santa Clara County Parks system has grown to include 28 regional parks encompassing over 52,000 acres of land. We at Santa Clara County Parks are committed to balancing the need for public use of parks and recreational lands with preserving the natural beauty of our area, including wildlife refuges and historic sites.