the Gardens at Palmdale
Welcome to the Gardens at Palmdale
...the newest historic park in Fremont, California. The gardens are located in Mission San Jose, now a district of Fremont.
The oldest residents of the Mission San Jose District are the beautiful trees and ornamental horticulture within the Gardens at Palmdale. These trees are dear old friends and are co-dwellers on our land. The Monterey Cypress, native to the Monterey Peninsula, was probably planted by the Franciscan Missionaries and is estimated at over 200 years old. Trees from many other countries are planted here along with trees native to this location.
The images on this website will give you an overview of the sacred grounds, historical perspective, and beautiful gardens that encompass the magnificence and historical point of interest known as The Gardens at Palmdale. Please enjoy!
Touring the Gardens
Visit the Gardens
Limited parking is available on Avenida Palmdale. There is no parking inside the park. You may wish to park on Washington Boulevard and stroll down historic Mission Boulevard to the park. Or you may find parking on Starr Street.
Our physical address is 43202 Calle Dolorosa, Fremont, CA.
History link to go here
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Welcome to the Gardens of Palmdale, a meditative walking landscape in the English style. You are welcome to stroll, share conversation, and admire the landscape, trees and flowers from sunrise to sunset. Activities should reflect the serene and meditative character of the gardens.
For safety reasons, adults must accompany children under age 12; water contact should be avoided and bikes, skateboards, and scooters are banned.
Fire regulations require no smoking, picnicking, grilling, fires or parking in the interior gardens.
In order to preserve the park-like setting pets, must be on leash; owner cleanup is required. Guests are asked to refrain from loud radios and boom boxes, or disturbing the peace. Organized sports such as soccer, baseball, Frisbee, etc. are inconsistent with the use of the gardens as are camping, loitering, sunbathing, posting of information or illegal activities.
Please protect the delicate ecosystem by leaving your kites, remote controlled cars/boats/planes, etc. at home. Likewise conserve the park for future generations by leaving the flowers, leaves, stones and plants undisturbed.
There are ample eating establishments on Washington and Mission Blvd. where food, drink, trash receptacles, and restrooms can be found; no such services are provided or allowed on the property.
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