Los Gatos Creek 1250 Dell Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Los Gatos Creek runs from San Jose to Los Gatos. The creek trail ends at the local Vasona park. Bikers, runners and…More walkers use the trail. This trail goes alongside a creek and has beautiful views of greenery along the way.
Los Gatos Heights 226 Edelen Ave, Los Gatos, CA95030 Los Gatos Heights is a large apartment complex with over 50 units. Features include pool, hot tub, hard wood floors and…More dishwashers. It is located next to Los Gatos Creek trail and within walking distance to downtown shops and restaurants.
El Gato Penthouse 20 E Main St, Los Gatos, CA95030 El Gato Penthouse is a large apartment complex. It is located in the heart of downtown within walking distance of dozens…More of shops and restaurants. It is also adjacent to beautiful Los Gatos creeks and trails. The penthouse is a tall building and features amenities such as balconies, remodeled kitchens, pool, parking lot and air conditioning. Short-term rental options are available as well as furnished units.
Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department 298 Garden Hill Dr, Los Gatos, CA95032 The Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department oversees the operation of 28 regional parks encompassing nearly…More 45,000 acres of open land. The department bought its first 400 acres of parkland, which became Stevens Creek County Park, in 1924. The department was formed in 1956. Its headquarters are located in Los Gatos at 298 Garden Hill Drive, next to the Los Gatos Creek Trail. Vasona Lake County Park and the Los Gatos Creek Parkway are part of the department. The 150-acre park and connecting parkway are the most popular of the county's regional park and recreation areas.
Vasona Park 333 Blossom Hill Rd, Los Gatos, CA95032 Vasona Park is located at Vasona Lake and Los Gatos Creek. While some locals take advantage of the park's open spaces to…More play games of frisbee and soccer, others gather around the picnic tables for weekend barbecues. Nature enthusiasts enjoy the park's Viola Anderson Native Plant Trail, which features more than 30 flora varieties indigenous to California.