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Henry W. Coe State Park

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Henry W. Coe State Park

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E. Dunne Ave., Morgan Hill, CA 95037-6549
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Wynn R wrote a review Mar 2020
Morgan Hill, California1,785 contributions247 helpful votes
This is the remnant of a working ranch left over from the Spanish/Mexican land grants. Most of the original buildings are still there and on display. The tarantula festival is a hoot look for it in Spetember
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Date of experience: September 2019
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CasualHockeyFan wrote a review Jun 2019
San Jose, California746 contributions278 helpful votes
About an hour south of San Jose, Henry Coe park is a great place to hike. It's possible to do short, medium or long hikes, as well as varying degrees of difficulty. My wife and I entered through the Hunting Hollow entrance and completed an 8.5 mile hike. The first 2.3 miles were a tough uphill hike with minimal shade. After that it was mostly downhill, but still minimal shade. Wear a hat and sunscreen. The park has beautiful scenery, so bring along your camera.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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travelingCAgal wrote a review Apr 2019
San Diego, California565 contributions143 helpful votes
We came here to pass time before meeting family for dinner in San Jose. The drive from the 101 is a windy, uphill, 10-mile scenic road. We passed several wildflowers and saw a large hawk along the way and pretty views of Anderson Lake in the distance. When you reach the park they have a few outcrop buildings at the top including a barn and a ranger office/mini museum/bottled drinks & food concessions for sale. Day use is $8/car. The views of the rolling hillsides in distance were very pretty and it was ten degrees cooler than the town of Morgan Hill below. It was a lovely place for a hike and picnic!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Brad L wrote a review Apr 2019
Morgan Hill, California68 contributions12 helpful votes
I've always enjoyed the state parks in Santa Clara County and Henry Coe is one of the best. It just takes so long to get up there I don't make it there enough. From 101 exit on Dunne you are looking at 20-25 minutes just to get to the parking. Enjoy the hikes.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Tim D wrote a review Feb 2019
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There are many well marked trails with a lot to see along the way. Plenty of wildflowers, birds, and animals like coyotes, deer, and wild pigs. You can see them all on a single hike through the area. There are also quite a few small lakes and ponds that are all full of Bass. The fishing is really good, but you will have to hike a ways to get to them.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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