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The Saratoga area offers a broad spectrum of activities and venues to discover. Whether you are looking for a shaded park to enjoy lunch with a bottle of Cinnabar wine, a challenging mountain trail, or an evening at the theatre, our community has something for everyone.

Hakone Gardens is Saratoga’s most prestigious park, featuring 18 acres of 17th Century Zen gardens, gazebos, waterfalls, Koi ponds, and picnic areas.

Big Basin Redwoods State Park (California’s oldest), Castle Rock State Park, and Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park provide spectacular backdrops for enthusiasts of hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, camping and horseback riding.

Villa Montalvo was built in 1912 for US Senator James Phelan, and is an Italian-style mansion with visual arts galleries, two theaters, and a live-work campus for practicing artists.

The Saratoga History Museum is located in a false-front pioneer-style drug store from the early 1900s presenting artifacts, photos and education programs about early Saratoga.

The Saratoga Civic Center Theatre is a 300-seat venue offering performances by the South Bay Musical Theatre, West Valley Light Opera, and Foothill Elementary School.

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