Among San Jose amusement parks, Golfland Emerald Hills stands out for its casual atmosphere, great attractions and fun family environment!
Golfland Emerald Hills features two miniature golf courses, an arcade jammed with the most popular current and retro video games, and three twisting water slides.
We’re also one of the area’s favorite places for children’s birthday parties. Other amusement parks in San Jose can’t duplicate the intimate atmosphere of our parties.
Your child’s party happens in its own separate reserved area and comes with decorations, pizza, soda, access to activities and lots of arcade game credits. You even have a choice of four separate pricing packages. All you have to bring are the children and the cake!
San Jose, A Great Place to Live or Visit
Golfland Emerald Hills’ hometown, San Jose, is the prosperous center of Silicon Valley. A few facts about San Jose:
- San Jose was California’s first state capital. It’s home to industrial pioneers who blazed trails in agriculture, aviation, and food processing. Today, the people of San Jose generate more U.S. patents than anywhere else.
- Tech companies love our city. San Jose is the home of Adobe, Acer, Western Digital, and Cisco Systems, to name a few.
- One of the world’s richest cities, San Jose’s per capita gross domestic product is third highest, behind Zurich, Switzerland and Oslo, Norway.
How to Get to Our San Jose Amusement Park from Sunnyvale
We’re located at 976 Blossom Hills Road in San Jose, close to communities such as Sunnyvale and Campbell. To get to Golfland Emerald Hills from Sunnyvale, travel south on Interstate 280, take the West Valley Freeway and exit at the Almaden Expressway. Turn left onto Blossom Hills Road.
We’re open until 10 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays and until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Our water slides are open during the summer Saturdays and Sundays until 7 p.m.
Don’t put off putting for too long – sales for miniature golf end an hour before closing time. If you’re checking out amusement parks in San Jose, don’t overlook Golfland Emerald Hills.