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toy4crawlin 02-04-2014 03:13 PM

Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Where do you post places found to crawl on this site?


Found some great places to crawl (best places for 1.9 Expedition and some 2.2 ) Few rock lines for MOA

Location: Sunnyvale
Park: Serra
Near 280/85/ homestead/ fremont blvd

LOTS and Lots of rocks!!!!! Great for
1. great for scaler expedition
2. 2.2 crawlers
3. Few spots for MOA

Resources:
1. Close Parking. lots of parking all around Public Park
2. Electrical outlets under picnic benches
3. BBQ tables
4. Shade
5. bathrooms
6. shopping village 500 yards away.
7. Fenced Play ground for small kids
8. Safeway is .5 miles away.

--- Cupertino Memorial park
Off 280/85 and Steven creek, Across from De Anza College

1beatjeep 02-04-2014 03:53 PM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
I know where that is.They have a carnival there during the summer.That is like 5 min away from Linda Vista crawl spot......

crawler66 02-04-2014 05:17 PM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Is this a public park,how much parking is available,can you take me some pictures,GSRCC is always looking for new scale endurance spots,send me a pm thanks"thumbsup"

toy4crawlin 02-05-2014 12:47 AM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1beatjeep (Post 4658721)
I know where that is.They have a carnival there during the summer.That is like 5 min away from Linda Vista crawl spot......

Yea it's close. but these have so much more to offer.


Quote:

Originally Posted by crawler66 (Post 4658852)
Is this a public park,how much parking is available,can you take me some pictures,GSRCC is always looking for new scale endurance spots,send me a pm thanks"thumbsup"

Serra park has tons of rocks with super long course.

I think it's a great place for endurance or expedition scalers. not so much on dirt hill climbs

Photos on my phone so I will post some, some how

1beatjeep 02-05-2014 10:35 AM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by crawler66 (Post 4658852)
Is this a public park,how much parking is available,can you take me some pictures,GSRCC is always looking for new scale endurance spots,send me a pm thanks"thumbsup"

This is just a small place not big enuff for a big crowed.

b5125125 02-10-2014 12:49 AM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
I found a spot recently with a buddy just a block away from my house. It's the West Virginia St. Bridge next to hwy 87 It's southwest of downtown SJ next to the bike path that splits the two, now may not be the best time to go since it's been raining but it has plenty of rocks that go from the river bottom to the top on both sides 100+ feet wide and 20+ tall. There's is more on the bank on both side also. Normally it's dry unless it rains....plenty of parking on the street and a park one block down with a restroom and a 7elleven two blocks down Virginia st. For refreshments

toy4crawlin 03-25-2020 07:49 PM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1beatjeep (Post 4659846)
This is just a small place not big enuff for a big crowed.

You must be thinking of some other place.
Because all the rocks here, you could line up 100+ people along the rocks that make up the dry man made creek.


Best place I have seen that has so much and not long walk , nor have to search long walks to find crawling.

Electrical outlets at picnic benches next to rocks!

You cant o wrong with this place.

Panther6834 03-25-2020 11:43 PM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by toy4crawlin (Post 6007514)
You must be thinking of some other place.

Because all the rocks here, you could line up 100+ people along the rocks that make up the dry man made creek.





Best place I have seen that has so much and not long walk , nor have to search long walks to find crawling.



Electrical outlets at picnic benches next to rocks!



You cant o wrong with this place.

What area, specifically, are you referring to? Closer 5 to Stevens Creek? Closer to the Quinlan Community Center? Closer to the Cupertino Veterans Memorial? Near the Memorial Park Amphitheatre? Where?

Pull it up on Google Maps, take a screen shot, then edit the photo with...say...red X's for the exact address you're referring to. That would help us find it.

~ More peace, love, laughter & kindness would make the world a MUCH better place [emoji1690]

Big Bill 03-26-2020 09:01 AM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
When I lived in Morgan Hill I went to a few GTGs in San Jose, they called the spot Mini Hammers this was back in 2008 or 2009. If I remember correctly 1beatjeep or rckjeep found that spot, it was in a neighbor hood couldn't find it today if I tried it was a great place to play."thumbsup"

toy4crawlin 04-13-2020 03:53 PM

Re: Found New Places to Crawl in South Bay
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Panther6834 (Post 6007550)
What area, specifically, are you referring to? Closet 5 to Stevens Creek? Closer to the Quinlan Community Center? Closer to the Cupertino Veterans Memorial? Near the Memorial Park Amphitheatre? Where?

Pull it up on Google Maps, take a screen shot, then edit the photo with...say...red X's for the exact address you're referring to. That would help us find it.

~ More peace, love, laughter & kindness would make the world a MUCH better place [emoji1690]

here it is
I'll work on getting pics,
Serra Park. 730 The Dalles Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Near Hwy 85/280
Found this a few yrs ago.
Just park and walk to redwoods in center of the park behind tennis courts
https://www.yelp.com/biz/serra-park-sunnyvale

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Bill (Post 6007609)
When I lived in Morgan Hill I went to a few GTGs in San Jose, they called the spot Mini Hammers this was back in 2008 or 2009. If I remember correctly 1beatjeep or rckjeep found that spot, it was in a neighbor hood couldn't find it today if I tried it was a great place to play."thumbsup"

mini hammers: link https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...0c9qn98DmQn3B8


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