The seasonal, picturesque Blackberry Farm features a cafe, two swimming pools, a waterslide, horseshoe courts, sand volleyball courts, bocce ball courts and picnic sites with barbecues for groups of up to 400 people. The park is centrally located within the Stevens Creek Corridor, adjacent to McClellan Ranch Preserve, and is home to the nine-hole, par 29 Blackberry Farm Golf Course.
The Picchetti Winery, also known as the Picchetti Ranch, is a winery in the Picchetti Ranch Open Space Preserve and is one of the oldest in California, dating back to the 1890s. With access to hikes on nearby trails, oenophiles can enjoy wines from various Northern California regions as well as the stunning Santa Cruz Mountains.
Named after St. Joseph of Cupertino, an Italian friar who claimed he could levitate and was confined to a small cell as a result, Cupertino now enjoys a thriving economy. Today, this city is the eleventh wealthiest in the United States with a population of over 50,000 and is home to Apple, HP and Oracle, with Forbes magazine ranking the city as one of the most educated small towns in California. First announced by Steve Jobs in 2006, Apple expects to move 12,000 of its employees to the circular 176-acre “Campus 2” building when the project is complete in early 2017.