Welcome to Campbell
Welcoming city with unique homes to the west of San Jose
Campbell is a welcoming city located close to Silicon Valley tech hubs on the west side of San Jose. Campbell is home to the Pruneyard Shopping Center and a modern updated downtown strip with more shops and restaurants. Campbell also boasts great public schools and a community-oriented atmosphere.
Campbell's real estate options are unique — you’ll find fewer cookie-cutter properties and many more abodes with their own individual style. While most homes in Campbell were built between the 1950s and 1970s, quirky mid-century modern homes share the city’s neighborhoods with larger newer builds in a range of styles. Campbell’s housing mix also includes attractive contemporary mid-rise condominium buildings.
What to Love
- San Jose's homes for sale featuring unique home designs that provide architectural texture
- Proximity to San Jose, perfect for commuting
- Picking up everything you need at Pruneyard Shopping Center
Campbell is an inviting and friendly community where neighbors tend to get to know each other. The city’s excellent public schools and convenient location make it a beacon for tech workers and other professionals with young families. There are several tech companies based in the city and many more in the nearby cities of Silicon Valley and San Jose.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Pruneyard Shopping Center is a major destination for dining, entertainment, and shopping in Campbell and features hundreds of businesses across 250,000 square feet of retail space. Whether you’re hoping to revamp your skin routine at Bluemercury or grab fresh produce at Trader Joe’s, this shopping center has it all. The Pruneyard also features around 20 restaurants and coffee shops, plus several entertainment options.
Enjoy wine and painting in tandem at Board & Brush, see the latest releases with gourmet in-theater dining and drinks atPruneyard Cinemas, or head toCedar Room for live music and themed nights, plus hand-crafted cocktails, progressive wines, and small-batch beers. Campbell’s downtown strip features more restaurants alongside quaint little shops.Water Tower Kitchen is a stylish contemporary eatery with a menu of elevated mac and cheese, gourmet black angus beef burgers and other surf and turf specialties served alongside inventive cocktails. Water Tower Kitchen also offers an enticing variety of brunch plates.
A Bellagio is a romantic Italian restaurant pairing traditional dishes with an extensive wine list. A Bellagio utilizes high-quality seasonal ingredients and organic produce to craft expertly prepared meals.Naschmarkt Restaurant is another fine choice for European dining boasting the best Austrian food in town. The menu reflects Austria’s diverse culinary influences with popular dishes including scrumptious pork schnitzel, flavorful kraut rouladen, tagliatelle pasta with lamb ragout, and delicious Hungarian beef goulash.
Luigi’s Pizza & Pasta has been a family-friendly favorite in Campbell since 1985. Luigi’s pasta menu is extensive, and the pizzas are some of the South Bay’s tastiest.
Things to Do
Campbell is a vibrant city with a packed calendar of events. Boogie on the Bayou is an annual highlight featuring two days of live music across four stages in the downtown area. Campbell Farmers’ Market features vendors selling fresh produce and specialty foodstuffs every Sunday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Between April and December, the monthly Second Saturdays Art Walk runs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. with an eclectic mix of artists, makers, and musical entertainment.
Campbell also hosts a twice-yearly Wine Walk, which invites residents and visitors to sip varietals from local vineyards while strolling between the cozy downtown area’s charming shops and restaurants.
Campbell is served by the Campbell Union and Campbell Union High school districts.
- Capri Elementary School, Public, Charter, K-5.
- Village School, Public, Charter, K-5.
- Campbell School of Innovation, Public, Charter, K-8.
- Westmont High School, Public, 9-12.