Bowlmor Lanes Cupertino
The Ultimate in Bowling & Entertainment
10123 N. Wolfe Rd. #20, Cupertino CA 95014
Bowlmor Lanes Cupertino is a stylish attraction unlike other places in the South Bay nightlife scene. This bowling alley features more than just bowling – the 32 lanes are glow-in-the-dark, there are video screens on the walls and a top-notch sound system thumping out the best beats. There is also a full sports bar, a billiards room and a full restaurant offering up delicious cuisine lane-side.
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Deep Cliff Golf Course
10700 Clubhouse Lane, Cupertino CA
Situated in the heart of Cupertino, Deep Cliff golf course is a popular area attraction for outdoor fun in Cupertino. This 18-hole par 60 course meanders around a scenic creek, providing challenging holes for beginners and enthusiasts alike. This Cupertino attraction draws golfers from around the Bay Area for its lush landscaping and beautiful views of the surrounding area.
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De Anza College
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino CA
It's worth visiting this community college campus, especially during the De Anza Flea Market, which takes place on the first Saturday of every month.
Euphrat Museum of Art
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino CA
The Euphrat, located in the new Visual and Performing Arts Center at De Anza College, features artwork created by students and nonstudents.
Cupertino Historical Museum
10185 N Stelling Rd., Cupertino CA
Located in the Quinlan Community Center, this little museum tells the story of Cupertino, going back beyond Juan Bautista de Anza’s expedition, which passed through in 1776, to the days of the Ohlone Tribe.
Mary Avenue Bicycle Footbridge
Mary Avenue between Homestead Road and Meteor Drive, Cupertino CA
Designed for neighborhood bikers and strollers, this little architectural gem is worth seeing.
Stevens Creek Boulevard at Mary Avenue, Cupertino CA
The queen of Cupertino's parks, probably its most popular. The 28-acre park includes lots of room to run, picnic tables, two playgrounds, a lake (with ducks), an amphitheater, a lighted softball field, six lighted tennis courts, the Senior Center and the Quinlan Community Center. The city's Sports Center is a block away. Theatrical performances and music concerts in the summer, weddings, soccer practices, softball games, art shows and more make it a busy spot.
McClellan Ranch Park
22221 McClellan Road, Cupertino CA
This little park features a glimpse into Cupertino history, plus a pretty creek and trails. The site of a horse ranch in the '30s and '40s, the 18-acre park houses historical buildings, the Junior Nature Museum, the local Audubon Society and the city's community garden. The Rolling Hills 4-H Club raises rabbits, chicken, sheep, swine and cattle there.
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve
22898 Prospect Road, Cupertino CA
It's a short but rather steep trek or ride up to terrific views of the valley from this park's trailhead at the end of Prospect Road.
21975 San Fernando Avenue, Cupertino CA
Bocce, volleyball, horseshoes and a nine-hole golf course—plus two swimming pools and a water slide—make this a locals' favorite summertime family hangout. Purchased in 1990 from the Nelson family, who ran the historic picnic grounds for nearly 50 years, the 33-acre site that companies from all over the region hold large picnics there. Day rates as well as seasonal passes are available.
10455 Miller Ave., Cupertino, CA
A 12-acre site with an activity building, playgrounds, picnic areas, basketball half-courts, three soccer fields and a pedestrian/bicycle bridge to East Estates Drive. This park offers a big community building (with kitchen) available for rent.
Stevens Creek County Park
11401 Stevens Canyon Road, Cupertino CA
Stevens Creek Reservoir makes this little park a nearby lakeside getaway, where kayaks and sailboats are welcome.
Rancho San Antonio County Park
Cristo Rey Dr., Cupertino, CA
A big network of trails lead up to sweeping valley vistas at this popular park, which also features a working historical farm and a field for model airplane pilots.
Leeds Avenue near Primrose Way, Cupertino CA
A five-acre park with two soccer fields, a basketball half-court and play equipment for preschoolers and elementary children.
Stelling Road near McClellan Road, Cupertino CA
An 11.5-acre park with a partially lighted soccer field, a baseball field, play equipment and picnic areas.
Linda Vista Park
Linda Vista Drive near Columbus Avenue, Cupertino CA
Tucked away in a Monta Vista neighborhood, this 11-acre site includes a group barbecue facility for up to 100 people, two playgrounds for preschool and elementary children, a fitness station, lots of grass and a stream with a waterfall.
Monta Vista Park
Foothill Boulevard and Voss Avenue, Cupertino CA
A 6.2-acre park with a 10,000-square-foot recreation center, two tennis courts, softball fields, two playgrounds and a picnic area.
Mana Nishikata and Rio Hodges zoom down a twisty slide at Cupertino's Portal Park. Photograph by George Sakkestad.
N. Portal Avenue off Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino CA
A 3.8-acre park that includes a small recreation building, group barbecue facilities for up to 60 people, play equipment and a picnic area.
Somerset Square Park
Stokes Avenue near Peninsula Drive, Cupertino CA
A 1.7-acre park that includes a basketball half-court, a volleyball court, a picnic area and a playground.
Three Oaks Park
Candlelight Way near Rainbow Drive, Cupertino CA
A 3.1-acre neighborhood park with a playground and picnic areas.
Varian Way near Ainsworth Drive at Vista Knoll Boulevard, Cupertino CA
A 6.3-acre site with two tennis courts, play equipment and picnic areas.
S. Portal Avenue near Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino CA
A 4.8-acre site that includes a small recreation building, family picnic areas, a fitness course and play equipment.