Luna Park, San Jose
It is named after the Luna Park amusement park built by Audley Ingersoll's of Ingersoll's Amusement and financed by the San Jose Street Car Company as a way of bringing more customers to the area. Luna Park was located on San Jose's Oakland Road, now named North 13th Street and contained an amusement park, baseball stadium and public park from the early 1907 until 1921.
It was later redeveloped into a city park and residential neighborhood that still bears the name Luna Park.
Parks and plazas
There is a park named Luna Park within the neighborhood. Backesto Park is located nearby in the Northside neighborhood.