Deer Hollow Farm Trail Loop

EASY 90 reviews

Deer Hollow Farm Trail Loop is a 2.8 mile loop trail located near Cupertino, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

2.8 miles
213 feet

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running




wild flowers

no dogs

Enjoy a scenic and short walk out to the Deer Hollow Farm. Enjoy oak woodland and chaparral scrub along the way. This is an excellent spot for bird watching.

1 month ago

The farm was the best part!

4 months ago

Fun casual hike with family. Our 2 year olds both did this hike many times with little whining.

trail running
5 months ago

Ran the 3.1 mile loop counterclockwise, and overlapped so that I made the farm my finish line. Great warm weather trail as it is mostly shaded with exposed area consisting of level or downhill terrain.

6 months ago

Easy but fun, especially when the pigs are out and about

8 months ago

nice and easy family friendly trail :)

9 months ago

Great trail options

11 months ago

Paved and Unpaved walking trail for kids and parents. Spotted lots of turkeys, deers, squirrels on the way. And animal at the farm were a treat. My 3 yr old walked 75% of the hike

Saturday, February 11, 2017

It's an easy hike and ends at the farm.lots of animals to see. Good fun with children.

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

This is called a Coyote loop trail rather than a Deer Hollow farm trail. I would rate it as 'moderate' rather than 'easy' for novice. Heavily used during weekends and holidays. It can have a few slippery spots during/after heavy rains, but it is good for running and hiking.

Sunday, November 13, 2016


Wednesday, April 06, 2016

my favourite trail.. covered with u real hike feel..

Sunday, April 03, 2016

Really easy even with baby in toll

Friday, May 03, 2013

Deer Hollow Farm Loop is an easy trail for anyone especially those with kids. We go there often and my sister brings the off road stroller for her son. There are many other trails around that become moderate to even difficult, so it's a great place if you want a variety of trails. I think the trail is in about half shade and half sun. It can get really hot during the summer, bring lots of water, sunscreen and a hat. We've also hiked during the winter, wear layers and good shoes, it can get icy on the ground. There's a covered picnic area that's perfect for lunch or a snack. It's fun to see the animals at the farm and see what's growing in the garden. The loop is fairly flat and is good for walking and running. Again there are adjoining trails to make your walk/jog longer. Rancho San Antonio Park is very popular, even though there is a lot of parking it fills up fast. Get there early or you might have to circle around waiting for someone to leave. There are bathrooms near the parking lots, I think there's outhouses near the farm. If your just doing the loop you might not need to wear hardcore hiking gear/shoes. Good walking shoes and light layers should be sufficient. Have fun and take your time on this easy loop with your family.

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