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Parks Affected by 2017 Flood Updates
Lower Meadow of Kelley Park Opens April 15th

  • Family Circle Picnic Area
  • Redwood Grove Picnic Area
  • Twin Oaks Picnic Area
  • Amphitheater
  • Non-reservable picnic areas along Coyote Creek

Alum Rock Park – Open with limited use

Alum Rock Park Re-opens, Saturday, April 1! FREE parking at the Eagle Rock & Rustic Lands parking Lots has been extended through June 30, 2017. This means you can continue to park for FREE inside Alum Rock Park (except on Holidays). We encourage everyone to use this free parking to reduce impact on the neighborhoods surrounding the park. The Alum Rock Visitor Center & Youth Science Institute parking lots will still cost $6.00 per vehicle for daily parking, or you can use a Regional Parks Annual Parking Pass. The Holiday parking rate for all Alum Rock parking lots will be $10.00 per vehicle. . Check http://www.sanjoseca.gov/index.aspx?nid=2819 for current Alum Rock trail information.

Download the park map to view re-opened trail sections

Opened Trails

  • South rim from no horse #12 to south woodland #14 on Trail map
  • Penitencia creek trail from Live oak to no horse #12
  • Sycamore Switchbacks


Closed trails:

  • Stables trail #2 to #23
  • Mineral springs loop (dirt side)
  • South woodland above Big Bear #38 to #15

 

The following parks and/or areas remain closed due to storm repairs

Please check back as we will continue to update this page as parks re-open.

  • Japanese Friendship Gardens – still CLOSED
  • Happy Hollow Park & Zoo - Zoo on the Hill and ride area are open
    • Zoo in the Hollow
  • Martin Park – open, but playground still closed
    • Playground Area
  • Olinder Park - Playground open, soccer field open
    • Baseball/Softball Field still being worked on
  • Watson Park - Upper Park is open
    • Soccer Fields closed
    • Dog park closed
  • Parts of Guadalupe River Park - open

Trails Update

  • Guadalupe Trail from Virginia St to Gold St. in Alviso – OPEN, passable for hikers and bikers, but be cautious of some residual dirt/mud/water from recent rains
  • Coyote Creek Trail from Capitol Expy. To Yerba Buena Rd. – Still CLOSED

Almaden Lake Park

Climbing Rope Attraction in the Playground on the west side of park

Arena Green
Climbing Rope Attraction in the Children’s Carousel Playground

Last Updated: 7/7/2017