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Santa Clara High School is a popular track in Santa Clara that is open to the public. It has electric lighting for those fall evening workouts. The track has been confirmed to be open by a visiting runner.

Another popular open track is Adrian Wilcox High School. It has a synthetic surface and has electric lighting.

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Those looking for a flat course with firm surface can go to Guadalupe River TrailGuadalupe River Trail.

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Adrian Wilcox High School | Santa Clara High School | Townsend Field

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Anonymous user -
not many trails (just san tomas creek trail), running much better out by bay, bay trail is great, well maintained dirt trail perfect for running, especially since it's cooler there

Do you know of a YouTube video about running here?

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