Santa Teresa County Park

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
08:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Santa Teresa County Park
37.212849, -121.787649

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Santa Teresa County Park

Located on the southern end of the Santa Teresa Hills, this park has a large picnic area in a grassy meadow which is surrounded by rock-strewn hillsides. Let’s explore several of the nearby trails looking for resident specialties such as Rock Wrens and Rufous-crowned Sparrows while we keep our eyes open for spring arrivals such as Lazuli Buntings and Ash-throated Flycatchers.

Trip Difficulty: 2-3 miles, mostly flat, dirt trails

Leaders: Eve Meier, (408) 569-9391 Edward Rooks (408) 318-2485

Beginner Friendly, Family Friendly Ages 14 and up

Meet: Pueblo Day Use Area, near the bathrooms

Directions: From CA-85 S or US-101, exit Bernal Rd. Travel south on Bernal Rd for about 2.5 miles then turn left onto the park entrance road. Continue to the first parking lot and pay for parking at the pay station. The Pueblo Day Use Area is a little farther down the entrance road near the bathrooms. Latitude/Longitude: 37.212849, -121.787649

Facilities: Bathrooms and drinking water

Parking Type and Fees: Paved parking lots, daily parking fee (credit card only) or Santa Clara County Park Pass

Banner Photo: Ash-throated Flycatcher by Luis Villablanca

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Santa Clara Valley Audubon Society