Enjoy this paved, wide trail that runs from Lake Almaden, along Los Alamitos Creek, to quiet neighborhoods in San Jose.
- Two-lane paved trail (in most spots).
- Beautiful meadows, hills, and oak grottos.
- Ample benches and picnic areas along the length of the trail.
- Emergency phones occur frequently along the length of the trail.
- Workout stations occur along the length of the trail, each with clear instructions on toning exercises.
- Almaden Lake Park (path trailhead) has ample parking, bathrooms, a toddler (ages 2 - 5 years) play area, lawns, bocce ball, horseshoes, amphitheatre, picnic areas, benches, paddle boats (seasonal), and a beach (seasonal).
- Graystone Park (part way along path) has lovely shade, benches, picnic / bbq areas, playgrounds, and bathrooms.
- Wildlife include squirrels, ducks, geese, dragonflies, and lizards.
- The entire trail is handicapped accessible.
- Dogs are allowed on leash (but not in West parking / park area).
- Bicycles allowed - this is a great place to learn to ride!
Stay on the trails to avoid ticks and poison oak!
There are handicapped parking spots and bathrooms at Almaden Lake Park. The trail is flat and paved, so seems suitable for wheelchairs.
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