Almaden Quicksilver County Park
Noted for its mining activities, Quicksilver County Park is a 135 year-old California landmark area. With more than 4,000 acres, the park attracts hikers and outdoor lovers of all kinds. During the spring, the park is particularly popular for its displays of native wildflowers. People can typically be seen jogging, biking, or even walking their dogs. Relics of the mining era are scattered throughout the park. For history buffs, guided tours are available that talk about the mining sites within the park as well as the natural history of the setting. If you are looking to spend time outdoors, consider visiting this picturesque park.
Free lot parking.