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Coyote Creek Golf Club
Featuring two top-notch 18-hole golf courses, Coyote Creek is a golfer's dream. These two golf courses in San Jose, California offer great views of rolling hills and sweeping meadows across the southern tip of the Silicon Valley. With lush manicured fairways and challenging greens, golfing at Coyote Creek golf course is the…
Coyote Creek Trail
The Coyote Creek Trail is one of the longest trail systems extending from the Bay to the City's southern boundary. At this time, you can access a northern portion of the trail system from Highway 237 Bikeway to Montague Expressway. A short downtown portion travels through Selma Olinder Park. The southern portion begins at T…
Cukui
If you're into cool apparel that features Mexican-American motifs, art, and graphic designs, you'll want to check out Cukui when you're in San Jose. The eclectic designs feature motifs like the Cukui logo and mandalas. Many of the designs are reflective of urban street wear. When you shop, you'll find eye-catching T-shirts,…
Domenico Winery
Domenico Winery is a family owned & operated boutique winery located in San Carlos, California. We specialize in Cal-Italia varietals & have been making award-winning wine for over 20 years. Our vineyard is located in the Sierra Foothills in Amador County, California, where our two estate wines, Syrah & Primitiv…
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge

The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is one of six wildlife refuges in the San Francisco Bay Area, and offers numerous recreation opportunities from wildlife viewing and weekend interpretive programs to waterfowl hunting and fishing. 

It was founded in 1974 as the first urban National Wildlife Refuge …

Downtown Farmers Market
May through mid-November has Friday pretty excited as the masses come out to shop for their weekend produce, grab lunch, take in some live music, get their sweetie some flowers and support local farmers and artists.
Downtown San Jose Public Art Walk
Awe inspiring pieces of public work can be found around almost every corner in San Jose, especially downtown. From the airport to the convention center, to City Hall, San Jose State University and throughout the city's core campus, there are a number of amazing public art installations; some are even interactive. Look out f…
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
In 2003 San Jose State University and the City of San Jose came together to form a unique partnership to offer joint library services to citizens of San Jose and SJSU students and faculty. The 8 story library is home to 30 award-winning art installations and hosts weekly events from book fairs and author signings to poetry …
Drawbridge (formerly Saline City)

Drawbridge (formerly Saline City) is a ghost town with an abandoned railroad station located at the southern end of the San Francisco Bay. Six miles south of Fremont, the remains of the town are located on Station Island on the Union Pacific Railroad line. Formerly used as a hunting village, it has been a ghost town since 1…

Eagle Ridge Golf Club
The public venue's 18 holes were meticulously designed by Ron Fream and David Dale to incorporate the existing movement of the land, frequent natural water features and spectacular views. And like many relatively upscale modern courses, six sets of tee boxes offer plenty of options, making the course range from 7,005 yards …
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