Campbell, CA

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Campbell gives you access to the best Silicon Valley has to offer. Campbell, California is located in the southern region of Santa Clara County, and is part of Silicon Valley in the Bay Area. Campbell has great weather and beautiful mountain views. Campbell is largely a suburban residential community and home to approximately 38,000 residents. It is known for its quaint downtown, which offers numerous restaurants, shops, and bars. The historic Campbell Water Tower symbolizes its agricultural history.

Campbell is home to the 250,000 square feet Pruneyard Shopping Center. Homes for sale in Campbell are appealing to many because of the strong sense of community with a small-town feel and excellent schools while still having an active business environment.

Campbell has many percolation ponds. Many of the ponds can be seen off of Highway 17 which runs parallel to Los Gatos Creek. Los Gatos Creek is known for its par course which has paths for biking, hiking, jogging, and a great place to walk a dog. Los Gatos Creek Park is the largest park in Campbell.


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If you're looking for your dream home in a suburban neighborhood that still has entertainment, dining, and access to nature, then it may be time for you to join the community of Campbell, CA.

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If you're looking at Campbell, CA homes for sale, you're also probably looking at the neighborhoods, schools, and things to do in this area. Here's a quick breakdown of what's happened in Campbell:


Campbell is a neighborhood in San Jose, California with a population of 71,370. Campbell is in Santa Clara County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in Campbell offers residents an urban-suburban mixed feel and most residents own their homes. In Campbell, there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Campbell and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Campbell are highly rated.

Experience the epitome of quaint charm in Willow Glen, an adjacent neighborhood known for its historic homes, boutique shops, and tree-lined avenues dotted with cafes and restaurants. The convenience of urban living in Pruneyard, where upscale condos, modern apartments, and mixed-use developments offer a vibrant lifestyle amidst retail, dining, and entertainment options.

Discover suburban tranquility in San Tomas, where spacious single-family homes, well-regarded schools, and parks provide a family-friendly atmosphere ideal for raising children and enjoying outdoor activities. In the suburban serenity of Westmont, where tree-lined streets, manicured lawns, and community parks create a welcoming environment for residents seeking a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.

There are tons of restaurants, cofee shops, and parks, making this area great for couples and families.

What's it Like to Live in Campbell?

"Campbell is so unique compared to other suburbs of San Jose. It's smaller, but has so much more to offer than I've seen in other areas! It has an older feel to it, and generally feels very safe. I think walking to downtown Campbell at dusk, with all the lights, is so beautiful. And if you're ever bored, there's so much to do from trivia nights, to live music, to farmer's markets!" -


Invest in your family's future with access to top-rated schools and educational resources in Campbell, where renowned public schools, prestigious private institutions, and innovative learning programs ensure a superior academic experience for students of all ages.

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In Campbell, California, three must-visit attractions encapsulate the city's unique charm.

Campbell Park

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Campbell Park

The park is located at the corner of Campbell Avenue and Gilman Avenue, between Downtown Campbell and Highway 17. Campbell Park contains a variety of children’s play equipment, two full-length, night-lit (until 10 p.m.) basketball courts with terraced spectator seating, par course equipment, small open turf areas, and restrooms.

It's also a major access point to the Los Gatos Creek Trail which connects Downtown San Jose to Vasona Park, and on to Lexington Reservoir in Los Gatos. There are a very small number of first-come, first-served picnic tables available in the park. Dogs are allowed to travel through the park on a leash to access the Los Gatos Creek Trail.

Los Gatos Creek Trail

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Los Gatos Creek Trail

The Los Gatos Creek Trail runs from San Jose south through Campbell and Los Gatos and is managed by several different agencies including Campbell, San Jose, Santa Clara County, and the Town of Los Gatos.

Jack Fischer Park Campbell

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Jack Fischer Park

Jack Fischer Park contains a variety of children’s play equipment, including an interactive water feature, a “beehive” hill with a walking path, large open playfields, and restrooms. The special features at this park are particularly geared for the young child. 

Together, these attractions provide a snapshot of Alameda's history, culture, and natural beauty, creating an unforgettable experience for visitors.

Whether you have kids or not, there's tons of recreation available in Campbell for families of all ages.  Here are a few of the public green spaces available to the Campbell CA population:

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