Kelley Park

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Kelley Park welcome sign

Kelley Park is a 156-acre (63 ha) city park in San Jose, California, United States, that encompasses diverse facilities such as Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, the Japanese Friendship Garden, History Park at Kelley Park (a.k.a. History San Jose), Portuguese Historical Museum, and Viet Museum within the history park. Most of the rest of the park is picnic areas, lawns, groves of trees, and plenty of pathways in between. There is also an 18 hole disc golf course in the walnut orchard behind History park

Kelley Park is located at the intersections of Story and Senter Roads in East San Jose.

The land was once a farm owned by Mrs. Louise Kelley who inherited the land from her father Judge Lawrence Archer, a former mayor of San Jose.

Japanese Friendship Garden at Kelley Park


Coordinates: 37°19′26″N 121°51′43″W / 37.32389°N 121.86194°W / 37.32389; -121.86194