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A view of the Ed Levin Park and Sandy Wool Lake from Agua Caliente Trail

Ed R. Levin County Park is the largest park in Milpitas, California. It is run by the County of Santa Clara and is located in the chaparral foothills east of the Santa Clara Valley. Monument Peak can be accessed through trails in the park. The park's recreational facilities include a hang gliding and paragliding area, dog park, and horseback riding areas. Ed Levin County Park has two lakes, Sandy Wool Lake and Spring Valley Pond. Both of them are reservoirs which collect runoff water from the hills to the east.

37°28′00″N 121°51′25″W / 37.4666043°N 121.8569002°W / 37.4666043; -121.8569002[1]

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