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The Best in Family Fun!

Water Park San Jose at Emerald Hills Golfland

Splash Down in Our San Jose Water Park

At Golfland’s location in San Jose, the water park is the place to be on a summer afternoon or evening.
Our water park, located near the intersection of the 85 Freeway and Almaden Expressway on Blossom Hill Road, is the perfect spot for a change-of-pace outing with friends, family, or co-workers.
Imagine the fun: Shooting down one of our twisting, turning slides, cool wind in your face, and then plunging with a splash into the refreshing pool. You and your crew will have a ball.
Our San Jose water park is open late in the evening during the summer, so you can have hours of fun.

Our San Jose Water Park is the Place for Special Events

Make the water park at San Jose’s Emerald Hills Golfland your destination for a special event. Birthday parties, anniversaries, family or class reunions, a promotion – all are great reasons for having some refreshing fun with us.
Before or after you enjoy the water park, visit Golfland’s crazy miniature golf courses, or the arcade, which features the most-up-to-date video games as well as some retro favorites.
To get to Golfland, take the West Valley Freeway (Highway 85) to the Santa Teresa Boulevard exit. Travel south on Blossom Hill Road, then turn east. We’re just a half-hour drive from central Sunnyvale.
Plan to visit Golfland’s water park in San Jose today. If you have a sizable group, it’s a good idea to call ahead or better yet, plan an outing!

Some Info about San Jose, The City

Golfland loves San Jose! The city is the heart of Silicon Valley and home to a thriving high tech industry.
San Jose has deep agricultural roots. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the valley in which the city is located was well known for the many orchards that perfumed the air.
Once technology-based businesses began to replace the farms, San Jose’s population exploded. Today, San Jose has more than 1 million residents.
The city is also home to the famed Winchester House, built by the heiress of the Winchester rifle empire. The enormous house, which has about 160 rooms, took nearly 40 years to build. It is reputed to be haunted.