Welcome to Campbell
A bustling and friendly neighborhood that knows how to have fun.
Campbell has a small-town atmosphere and community spirit. Campbell is in the San Francisco Bay area, in Santa Clara County, California. Campbell is conveniently located near San Jose, Los Gatos, Cambrian, Santa Clara, Willow Glen, and Almaden Valley, all just eight to 16 miles away. Campbell is also close to the beach. The family-friendly city of Campbell has plenty of restaurants, shopping, and nightlife options to enjoy time out with friends and family. Campbell is a beautiful city with a historic downtown lined with restaurants and shops.
What to Love
- Proximity to Silicon Valley
- Historic downtown, Campbell Avenue
- Friendly community
Campbell is where Silicon Valley residents come to dine and play. It has vibrant nightlife and is easily accessible on the light rail. Campbell Avenue, the historic downtown, is filled with unique shops, boutiques, and local restaurants. It is an active area, bustling with residents and visitors alike.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
is a cocktail lounge and kitchen in downtown Campbell. You can take a seat in one of their plush velvet chairs and sip on an Old-Fashioned or Bare Necessities cocktail with banana liqueur, Old Forester rye, allspice dram, and hints of ginger and lime. When you need a snack, go for the octopus salad or the Tsar Nicoulai Classic Caviar. The owners of The Vesper also own Forthright up the street and The Table in Willow Glen.
Orchard City Kitchen
has a rustic, mountain lodge atmosphere with private areas available to reserve for large parties and special occasions. At Orchard City Kitchen you will find a German-inspired menu, with traditional favorites such as jager schnitzel and a selection of bratwurst. It is a favorite brunch spot for the locals where they enjoy the Taro Coconut Pancakes or the Bao Benny with poached eggs, pork belly, cucumbers, and five-spice hollandaise sauce.
At The Pruneyard
you will find a host of restaurants, specialty stores, and staples like Trader Joe’s. The Tin Pot Creamery
has handmade ice cream and cookie dough. The Teaspoon
is a favorite spot to cool off with a Guava Sunset iced tea made with fresh guava and pineapple marmalade.
Campbell Ave, the historic downtown district, is a walkable haven of shops and restaurants. Psycho Donuts
has some of the craziest, and yummiest, donuts you will find anywhere. The Cereal Killer donut is topped with iconic cereal bits, and the Cookie Monster is topped with bits of Oreos. Opa
is an authentic Greek restaurant where you will likely need a reservation if you want to get a table during peak hours. Campbell Avenue also has boutiques, such as Simply Smashing
At the Campbell Farmers’ Market
, you’ll find a wide variety of fresh, local fruits and vegetables taken straight from farms around the region along with art, flowers, homemade baked treats, and more.
Things to do
has a playground for the kids and two basketball courts with lights, so you can play all night. You will find the trailhead to The Los Gatos Creek Trail
which runs all the way to the Lexington Reservoir in Los Gatos.
Downtown Campbell hosts a Second Saturday event series where you will find local artists, craftspeople, and entertainers. On the First Friday
of the month, downtown Campbell hosts outdoor concerts featuring local bands. Summer Movie Nights at John D Morgan Park are a favorite event where the community gathers with friends and family.