Quality Inn & Suites
8430 Murray Ave
Gilroy, CA 95020
Phone: (408) 847-5500
Fax: (408) 847-2241
8430 Murray Ave, Gilroy, CA, US, 95020
- Phone: (408) 847-5500
- Fax: (408) 847-2241
Located across West 6th Street, the Gilroy Public Library is a resourceful library. It stocks books, journals, magazines, e-books and other reference materials. Apart from that, it also hosts fun and community events that cater to diverse age groups. For more details, check website.
California's second largest state park, this park features 87,000 acres, steep mountain slopes, 200 miles of dirt roads and trails, three watersheds, 90 lakes and ponds, and more. Camping, backpacking, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding are available.
If you crave for a break from the city life, without really leaving the urban area, Christmas Hill Park offers a retreat and the opportunity to indulge in some pollution-free relaxation even as you have a gala time out with family and friends. Explore natural trails and picnic with your loved ones. Luxuriate in the caress of the warm sun or simply take in the beauty of the park. Visit this park during the Gilroy Garlic Festival and be tempted to sample the mouthwatering cuisine that's on offer. Two tons of free garlic goes into the food preparations at this annual event that celebrates the benefits of the seasoning. Happily participate in the arts and crafts workshops and the great garlic cook-off: the highlight of the fest. There's more fun in form of celebrity cooking demonstrations, children's corners, music, interactive sponsor displays and the Garlic Festival Queen Pageant.
About a 30-minute drive from Downtown San Jose sits this emerald jewel, horticultural aware theme park in Gilroy. Among other things, here you will find a monorail, a miniature golf course, incredible landscaping, several gardens, antique car rides and the famous circus trees from Scott's Valley that are groomed to grow in fantastical shapes. A multitude of activities for the whole family await you here. The owner sold off a very successful chain of grocery stores in order to create this one-of-a-kind park. Head to Gilroy for a perfect weekend with family and friends, click loads of pictures and make fun memories for a lifetime.
This winery produces award-winning varietal and specialty wines, including Rapazzini brands and Chateau de Garlic brands. The tasting room is open daily and it features wine tasting, as well as gourmet food items and a gift shop. Tours are also offered.
This 16 acre winery produces 6,000 cases of quality wines each year and it features a spacious wine tasting room filled with artwork by local artists. Guided tours are available by appointment only. The tasting room is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A small, nine acre estate vineyard that produces 2,000 cases of quality wines annually. Tasting is available on Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m.
Established in 1970, this winery produces 16 different varieties of wines, particularly premium red wines including Cabernet Sauvignon and Charmono. The tasting room offers samples of fine quality wines plus gifts and glassware. The winery also features an Italian deli and has picnic facilities, as well as areas for entertaining.
A family owned, award-winning winery which produces premium, full-bodied Italian style wines. The tasting room is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and it features a unique hand-made redwood and cedar bar.
This beautiful and culturally significant four acre park was the site of Ohlone Indian villages for thousands of years prior to the arrival of the Spanish missionaries.
A historic winery with vineyards planted on the slopes of the Santa Cruz Mountains that produces premium, quality wines in an old European manner combined with American technology. The tasting room is open daily from 10:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Tours are offered and picnic facilities are available.
Frank Norris Cabin, also called the Redwood Retreat belonged to the famous writer, Frank Norris. The progressive, American novelist purchased this property in 1902, which was unfortunately, the year he passed away. His fans and friends have raised a small monument near the retreat which was registered in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1966.