Rancho San Antonio Trails
Join Greenbelt Alliance for a South Bay hike in Rancho San Antonio Park and Open SpaceAny parcelA lot, or contiguous group of lots, in single ownership or under single control, usually considered a unit for purposes of development. or area of land or water that is essentially unimproved and devoted to an open space use for the purposes of (1) the preservation of natural resources, (2) the managed production of resources, (3) outdoor recreation, or (4) public health and safety. Preserve. Our route takes us through native chaparral, grassland, and oak woodland. Our trail also takes us through the historic Deer Hollow Farm.
South Santa Clara County’s landscapes are home to a diversity of wildlife, recreational opportunities, and some of the best farmland in the Bay Area. Greenbelt Alliance is working hard to ensure that this important habitat is protected so that it retains its rural charm.
How to Get There:
Take 280, North or South, to the Foothill Boulevard exit and head south on Foothill for about 0.2 miles to Cristo Rey Drive. Turn right on Cristo Rey Dr. and continue for about a mile. A couple hundred feet after you pass through a traffic circle, you will turn left into the park. When you first enter the park, turn left as soon as possible and head downhill into the Equestrian parking lot. We will be meeting at the bottom of the lot where the park map is posted and there is a drinking fountain.