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San Jose, California
June 4, 2005
Stevens Creek County Park 
Santa Clara County
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Angel Island Ferry Dock, June 2003, photo by Victor B., info@wildrecovery.org


June 4 2005
Stevens Creek County Park 
Santa Clara County

The Place

The beautiful 1,077 acre park offers widely diverse recreational amenities, including the 92 acre reservoir. The Upper Stevens Creek Park offers lush, densely wooded trails for a variety of users. The unique combination of recreational resources and natural beauty make Stevens Creek Park a magnet for hikers. Our host couldn't have picked a more suitable location for a late spring hike for our group.


Boat Harbor at Angel Island, June 2003, photo by Victor B., info@wildrecovery.org


Getting There

From downtown San Jose take 280 north towards San Francisco, exit Foothill Expressway. Take a left onto Foothill and continue west for 3 miles (turns into Stevens Canyon Road) 1st park entrance parking lot. From Santa Cruz 17 north to 280 north. About 30 minutes from San Jose. Parking fee $4.00 .


Ayala Cove, Angel Island State Park, June 2003, photo by Victor B., info@wildrecovery.org




Walking the Walk
We are meeting at the Dam. Please no dogs or bicycles on these trails. We will be on Tony Look Trail and this is a level 2 hike for 5 miles.

wooded trail, Angel Island State Park, June 2003, photo by Victor B., info@wildrecovery.org


Wild Recovery Meetings    |   What to Wear & Bring   |    Trail Maps/ Park Info
What is Wild Recovery?   
|    NA Online Resources    |    Contact Us