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.
Visitor Center Host & School Program Docent Training
Love nature or history? Want to give back to the Bay Area community? Join us for an upcoming training to become a Visitor Center Host or a School Program Docent! Our next training is on Thursday, February 23rd. To learn more and sign up, visit the Docent & Host Training page under "Get Involved."
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.