Downtown Parks and Trails

The new Downtown Parks are now open! A Grand Opening Celebration occurred on for this Saturday, December 2nd. While the parks are now open to use many small items are still outstanding and require work.

Three park areas are planned for Morgan Hill's downtown.  After significant community outreach over the last two years the park designs were finalized and the parks were constructed. Designs were developed by Verde Design, Inc. based on initial n concepts developed by Joni Janecki and Associates. The City parks were constructed by Suarez Munuz Construction. The Park Plans are available at the links below:

Contact Us

  1. Yat Cho
    Senior Project Manager
    Email
    (408) 310-4641

    Chris Ghione
    Director of Community Services
    Email
    (408) 782-9154
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Nob Hill Trail Park

Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset.
The Nob Hill Trail Park will connects Third Street to Fifth Street at Del Monte Avenue.  Access from Third Street to the top of the hill is provided by a steep paved trail. Access from 5th Street to the top of the hill is via a steep dirt hiking trail (pedestrians only).  The new trail park provides for a unique health and wellness related walking/running path right near the downtown.  The park includes par course equipment.  The Rotary Slide is a fun attraction at the top of the hill that utilizes the existing grade of the hill to provide a unique experience. The slide is recommended for children over 5 years of age.

Railroad Park

Park Hours: Sunrise to 10pm
Railroad Park is located adjacent to Depot Street just south of the train platform.  The  park space focuses on an active  play equipment designed to serve children and families.  The park has wifi connections and a restroom.  

Third Street Creek Park

Park Hours: Sunrise to 10pm
The Third Street Creek Park can be found on the north side of West Third Street just past the vehicle bridge.  This park and access to the Nob Hill Trail Park are unique in that they are constructed next to existing residences. Please be courteous when using the parks and respect the rights of the neighbors. The best option for parking is the Third Street Parking Structure. The park highlights the area's natural features providing a welcoming park area just steps away from the City's downtown.  Benches, tables and pathways are available along with more passive recreation features for children.  The park also provides a walking path to Second Street via the Rotary Peace Bridge.