There’s nothing like taking to nature in your leisure time to help amp up your productivity and Cupertino offers several ways to do just that. The city is positively loaded with parks, from the tiny to the not-so tiny. Cupertino’s largest park, Memorial, is also its most popular, offering a softball field, tennis courts and an amphitheater.
Then, there’s Rancho San Antonio Preserve, where you can ride your horse, bike or hike the 24-miles of trails.
If your idea of communing with nature involves a bag of clubs and a cart, Cupertino accommodates with two local tracks. Blackberry Farm Golf Course is ideal for those days you must play, but don’t have a lot of time. It’s known as one of the more challenging of the valley’s short courses.
Deep Cliff Golf Course, the area’s 18-hole track, is a place you can get to know other local golfers. They offer a range of leagues, for women, co-ed and even one for Apple employees.
Finally, locals enjoy the Cupertino Sports Center with 17 tennis courts, two racquetball courts, a fitness center and more.