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Ed Levin County Park, Milpitas

(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Ed R. Levin County Park is the largest park in Milpitas, California. It is run by the Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department and is located in the chaparral foothills of Diablo Range east of the Santa Clara Valley. Monument Peak can be accessed through trails in the park. The park's recreational facilities include a hang gliding and paragliding area, a dog park, and horseback riding areas. Ed Levin County Park has two lakes, Sandy Wool Lake and Spring Valley Pond. Both of them are reservoirs which collect runoff water from the hills to the east. It is home to some of the East Bay Walls.
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  • Always a favorite place to relax, spend time with the family, and plan a photo shoot. Beautiful place for a walk in the park.  more »
  • This is a good "local" day park. Easy hiking trails, views of hang gliders on a windy day, and a beautiful open space setting. Note: this is a county park and a daily fee is required so if you only pl...  more »
  • Watch the paragliders swoop down the hillsides. Bring your dogs to the dog park Take in hikes Walk along the lake Have fun kids' parties at the play area  more »
  • Nice park but very small and not so much to play. Poor cell signal and six dollar parking.
  • Good hikes around. Not too crowded. Lot of parking spots. There is a parking fee though. Good for groups to come and Hangout
  • Beautiful, and GIGANTIC park nestled in the hills. The drive/hike/bike ride to and from the park is always worth it, and the park itself is a real jewel, too. This is one of my favorite places to commune with nature and relax in the Bay Area... definitely make sure to come here sometime!
  • Great simple getaway park. Lake and grass areas with some very good hiking trails.
  • One of my favorite places to hike and go for mountain biking. It has a beautiful pond with ducks in it. It is a good place to have picnic and also has volleyball play area. It is a peaceful park with allows children to do fishing .