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This place is so foreign to the area. Just a little past urban San Jose stands a look into the last Bay Area ghost town. The park allows you to walk out on the salt ponds that were once farmed a hundred years back. Way...More
I was in the area for business meetings and found this to be a nice place for a short walk in nature.
The good: it was a flat well maintained path that made for an easy walk. There were a large number of birds that...More
There are interesting placards along the way that tell of the 100 years of water rising and falling that have claimed Alviso. A very enjoyable walk along the salt ponds is available. Nice views and a relaxing walk. Yes, you can still hear a distant...More
We were here on a late Saturday morning while waiting for housekeeping to clean up our room at the Homewood Inn on First Street. We saw this on the map and thought it would be good to check out the place. This must be bird...More
They have filled in the marina and let nature reclaim the slough. Wildlife have returned and if your lucky you'll see strippers coming in to chase the chad when they run. Walk way out on the jetty and slat grass will make you disappear.
Peaceful except for odd train or plane. Landscape very apocalyptic, desolate, not much green no trees.
Very open, plenty of wildlife (birds), good place to walk or ride.
Will definitely be back. Don't bring the kids, unless they are okay with just walking, riding and...More