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The Friends of Stevens Creek Trail are dedicated to preserving and enhancing this vital community resource. Make a contribution today and help us realize our vision.

Using the trail

The Stevens Creek Trail is open from sunrise to sunset for a wide variety of activities including hiking and running, bicycling and bird watching. In addition, the trail provides access to the natural recreational areas surrounding the creek as well as parks and preserves. It also links the campuses of several major companies with local business districts and Caltrain and light rail stations in Mountain View. The Friends offer guided nature tours for individuals and schools. If you are interested, please contact us by clicking here.

For bicyclists

To help keep everyone safe, bikers should:

  • Give an audible warning when approaching
  • Always pass on the left
  • Maintain a slow, safe pace
  • Wear protective gear
  • Approach each bend carefully
  • Watch out for sudden actions by children and pets

Key places along the trail

Colors indicate areas of interest on map

Shoreline Park
Blackberry Farm Park
Creekside Park
Landels Park
Whisman Park

Nature Preserves
Monte Bello Preserve
McClellan Ranch Preserve
Stevens Creek Nature Study Area

Connecting Trails
Bay Trail

Access Points
Dale / Heatherstone
El Camino tunnel and access
Dana Street access
Railroad overpass
Mtn View Transit station
Bay end terminus
Central Ave
Evelyn Ave