Pioneer Memorial Park in Mountain View, California, is a unique and serene park located just off the El Camino Real in Santa Clara County. This park is a great place to come and relax, get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and take a step back in time to a simpler era. Find more information here.
Located on the grounds of Pioneer Park is a replica of a one-room log cabin that was originally built in 1845. It was built by the Cooper-Smith family, who were some of the first settlers to the area and is now a California Historical Landmark. Inside the cabin are a number of artifacts from the original settlers, giving visitors a glimpse into the early history of Mountain View and the Cooper-Smith family. Just outside the log cabin is the Pioneer Memorial, a stone monument dedicated to the settlers who first came to the area. The monument has been placed in the center of the park, where it remains to this day. It is a daily reminder of the struggles and accomplishments that the pioneers endured as they sought to make their homes in the rugged and untamed lands of California. The Pioneer Memorial Park also features a number of other attractions. There is a botanical garden, which features a variety of native trees and flowers as well as a variety of plants from all over the world. See here for information about Eagle Park in Mountain View, California.