San Jose, California
Santa Teresa County Park
Santa Clara County
The park offers over 18 miles of unpaved trails for equestrian, hiking and bicycle use. Some of the trails are steep, namely around Coyote Peak. This diverse 1,627 acre park, rich in history, offers spectacular views from its trails above the Almaden and Santa Clara Valleys. The secluded upland valleys of the park provide a quiet interlude for exploring the natural environment minutes away from the surrounding developed areas.
Mine Trail to Hidden Springs Trail to Mine Trail to Norred Trail to Joice Trail to Bernal Hill Trail (0.7) to (meeting site) up on Joice Trail by Vista Loop on Right where the clearing is level by the rocks back (0.05) to Bernal Hill Trail (0.2) to Mine Trail
From San Jose: Take US 101 or Highway 85 to the Bernal Road exit. Proceed west 1.3 miles on Bernal Road and cross Santa Teresa Boulevard toward the Santa Teresa Hills. Bernal Road continues past the park's Santa Teresa Golf Club, winding up into the hills. The Pueblo Day Use Area is located off Bernal Road in a small open valley in the hills.