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Ulistac Natural Area, Santa Clara

(4.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • I was driving by 2 months ago (October) & saw this place. Stopped and took a stroll, very nice area. - trail is well marked and is short. - you could take strollers too, unless if it is rainy or day a...  more »
  • Not a large park, but has cultural signifigance for the Coastanoan Miwok tribes. but there is hiking and trails, but remember to bring water no matter what time of year. 
  • This is an interesting place where running and biking is a very good experience. Love to bike around with my family. 
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  • This is a nice place to visit with a semi-wild feel to it. It is largely undeveloped and there is an easy flat network of dirt paths. There is a nice garden full of native plants for pollinators. I would like to see more of the native habitat restored here.
  • Very cool place to take a walk, get some alone time, and just enjoy nature. Take some extra water on hot days.
  • A very nice trail to walk through. Pleasant weather during the summer. Good place to do a photoshoot as well.
  • Well maintained...good place to take your pets for a walk.
  • Ulistac is a perfect tiny natural area along the Guadalupe. Great plant variety and even creating habitat for monarchs! Fun to walk the trails or use it to access the Guadalupe River Trail.