Historical Museum, 51 N Central Ave, Campbell, CA; Tel. 408.866.2119
A weekly community celebration as much as a market, the Campbell farmers Market is one of the Valley's best.
Campbell is home to 15 parks, a community center and a year-round swimming pool. More info.
These ponds along the Los Gatos Creek Trail have floating rings for target-casting in a lovely setting.
A five-block stretch of East Campbell Avenue has become one of Silicon Valley's great little downtowns, where shops, restaurants, cafes and nightclubs thrive in the shadow of the town's famous water tower.
This gorgeous former high school auditorium, built in 1938, is part of the renovated Campbell Community Center and now showcases live music, plays and comedy shows.
A sprawling city park with something for everyone, John D. Morgan offers baseball diamonds, tennis courts, soccer fields and even a "beach" volleyball court.
Scenic 14-mile walkway that begins at Lexington Reservoir in the Santa Cruz Mountains, continues through Los Gatos and Campbell, and ends in San Jose. A popular and enjoyable place to walk, jog or cycle.
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Campbell Historical Museum
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