Campbell has a below average violent crime rate and an above average property crime rate compared to other cities in the United States.
Campbell’s a hip Silicon Valley city filled with things to do, restaurants to explore, and nightlife for young and old alike. Residents of neighboring Silicon Valley cities frequent Campbell to shop, dine, and spend their leisure time. A popular publication, Sunset Magazine, named Campbell runner up as one of the best suburbs in the West Coast in 2016.
Campbell isn’t really considered a major player in Silicon Valley's tech scene – while eBay originated here, not many tech companies and startups call Campbell home. That’s not to say it’s lacking in Silicon Valley flavor; the town's culture is very much Silicon Valley.
Neighborhoods here can be broken down into industrial, retail, and residential areas. Downtown is home to many shops, bars, restaurants, and night clubs that appeal to young people all over Silicon Valley.
Amenities-wise, there are plenty of parks and recreational areas. There’s no shortage of shopping options in Campbell, so you won’t have to leave to buy anything. Families, students, and young professional are all prominent groups that call Campbell home.
The lightrail connects to Campbell, offering visitors from neighboring San Jose and other cities easy access when they want to take in all that Campbell has to offer. Conversely, this public transportation system means easy access to surrounding Silicon Valley cities for residents who choose to commute without a car. Despite this, you’ll still want a car to get around without getting frustrated.
Campbell is bordered on the north by West San Jose, on the east by Willow Glen, on the south by Los Gatos, and on the west by Saratoga.
Campbell’s very own Farmers’ Market. There’s a good selection of produce here, and it's one of the most popular farmers’ markets in Silicon Valley and the surrounding South Bay Area. It’s a large farmers’ market and the downtown location makes it a great starting point before exploring the surrounding area.
This open air shopping center has a good selection of stores, restaurants, coffee shops, and bars that make it a one-stop destination. It’s very much representative of Campbell and it’s a destination for residents of surrounding Silicon Valley cities.
Campbell’s very own local home museum is filled with history. Campbell’s origins and heritage as a Silicon Valley canning location is presented in an interesting and engaging fashion here. This beautiful house has been restored to original condition.
A great local eatery that’s wildly popular with the locals. Though technically in San Jose, it's right on the border of Campbell and the feel of this place is more "Campbell". Check this place out for terrific falafel, shawarma wrap, or other Mediterranean-styledfood.
This place is what happens when you cross fine dining with a pub. There’s a wide selection of great beers and the food menu is loaded with lots of beer-friendly pairings that are sure to make your mouth water for more.
Reminiscent of European style cafes, this pricey bistro and wine bar is sure to have wine lovers and foodies wanting more. Its location next to the Pruneyard makes it ideal for exploring other nightlife options in the Campbell area.