Welcome to Campbell
A hip and eclectic community bursting with youth.
Young professionals, students, singles, and tech workers find community and activity in the energetic Campbell neighborhood. With plenty of nightlife, convenient commutes throughout Silicon Valley, and frequent community events, Campbell serves as a great area for meeting new people and connecting with like-minded neighbors.
What to Love
- Easy commutes to Silicon Valley employers
- Thriving nightlife and cultural scene
- Opportunities for recreation and community connection
Since it offers a perfect mix of suburban amenities and urban convenience, Campbell draws residents from all walks of life and many cultural backgrounds. With bustling local businesses ranging from coffee shops to retailers and highly-rated public schools, everything you need lies right here in Campbell. The area’s nightlife and many parks mean there’s always fun for the whole family right around the corner.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
From laid-back cafes to elevated cuisine, Campbell has it all. For a cozy tapas experience, Orchard City Kitchen
offers a fine-tuned menu and private rooms for events with bigger parties. From their charcuterie and duck breast tapas to the sandwiches and pancakes on their brunch menu, they offer both variety and refinement.
Campbell locals know that when it comes to Mediterranean cuisine, Falafel’s Drive-In
is the place to go. They’ve been in business for over 50 years, and it’s no wonder why. Stop by for shawarma, falafel, or gyros. Not in the mood for Mediterranean food? Their menu features delicious burgers, corn dogs, and onion rings too.
For no-frills sandwiches and delicious salads, Mendocino Farms
is the place to go. The wide variety of menu items can accommodate most dietary restrictions, with creations like a Vegan Banh Mi or the gluten-free Avocado and Quinoa Superfood Salad.
When it comes to shopping, Campbell offers lots of options. The Pruneyard
is a large, open-air mall that’s conveniently located and stocked with dozens of high-quality retailers. Whether you’re looking to buy clothing, accessories, books, or groceries, The Pruneyard is sure to fill your needs. Plus, it houses plenty of restaurants, so you’ll never have to shop while hungry. It’s even home to Luna Mexican Kitchen
, where dishes like salmon tostadas and carne asada tacos will keep you nourished for any length of shopping trip.
There’s no better way to end a day of shopping or exploring than with a treat of homemade ice cream! Take the family to Tin Pot Creamery
to enjoy creative flavors like blue jasmine tea or classics like vanilla bean.
Things to Do
Architecture enthusiasts will love taking in the sights of the homes throughout Campbell, but for an even deeper look at the area’s homes, head to Ainsley House
. The house was built during the Arts and Crafts movement in 1925 in the English Tutor Cotswold cottage style. In 2005, the house itself as well as the carriage house were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now, visitors can come to the house to learn about the pioneer history of its original inhabitants and the greater Santa Clara region.
Every Sunday, locals and visitors gather for the Campbell Farmers Market
, one of the best and largest in the region. Hosted at the Community Center parking lot, the market offers a great selection of produce.
As you stroll the downtown area, stop for a delicious meal at Blue Line Pizza
, where pizza, sandwiches, salads and, of course, beers fill the menu. Their Chicago-style pizza pies are perfect for fueling up after a long day exploring the town.
Families in Campbell are served by the Campbell Union School District, which receives high marks. Village Elementary, Campbell School of Innovation, and Westmont High all come highly recommended for college readiness and test scores.
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