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Explore Fun Activities in Sunnyvale
Published On October 15, 2017

October 15, 2017

If you are a person who loves the outdoors, then taking a trip to Rancho San Antonio Park is the trip for you. Rancho San Antonio is split into two separate parks; Rancho San Antonio County Park and Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve. The County Park spreading across 289 acres includes miles of trails where visitors can walk, jog, and hike along the mostly flat plains. The Open Space Preserve stretches over 3,188 acres and here is where you can find longer and more strenuous trails. Within the North Meadow of the County Park, there are picnic tables, barbecues, and even tennis courts that travelers are able to enjoy. Additionally, there are specific trails that are available strictly for cyclists and equestrian riders.

If Outdoor Nature Parks Aren’t An Interest of Yours:

Then only a short 20-minute drive will bring you to the entrance of California’s Great America. This fun-filled amusement park offers visitors a 100-acres of fun and is located in Santa Clara, California. An afternoon at Great America is guaranteed fun for the whole family. Having a plethora of different kinds of rides – from adrenaline rusher-type rides to a park section solely dedicated to younger children – there’s bound to be the perfect ride for you.

And don’t worry, if roller coasters are not enough to satisfy your needs, there’s a water park located inside of Great America named Boomerang Bay. You will not need to pay extra to get in because it is covered when you pay admission to Great America. Making its debut to the world in 2004, Boomerang Bay has gone from only being a 2.7 acre water park with just a select few rides to an 11 acre park that features six water slides, a heated tropical-themed lagoon, a lazy river, and two children’s areas, making it fun for the entire family.

Book Your Stay At Comfort Inn Sunnyvale:

Comfort Inn Sunnyvale is a 10-minute drive (4.4 miles) away from California’s Great America Amusement Park and Boomerang Bay Water Park, and a 15-minute drive (9 miles) from Rancho San Antonio County Park and Open Space Preserve, making it the perfect solution to finding your ideal stay. Book direct at to find the lowest rates available.