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Henry W. Coe State Park

E. Dunne Ave., Morgan Hill, CA 95037-6549
+1 408-779-2728
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E. Dunne Ave., Morgan Hill, CA 95037-6549
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+1 408-779-2728
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"visitor center"
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"lake trail"
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Reviewed 25 May 2016

Great spot for a quick, end of day hike. Not strenuous but offers some great mountain views. The drive from Morgan Hill is longer than one would expect, but it also offers some great scenery.

Thank WBRONH
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Reviewed 24 May 2016

We spent some time here one morning doing a hike. The road to get to the park is only 10 miles from downtown Morgan Hill, but it was narrow and winding, and it took over half an hour to get there. Rangers are usually there...More

Thank coffeemavenswife
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Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

Did a couple of nights solo camping and a day of hiking may 16-17..the state park was a 45 min drive from San Jose, CA up the winding road, i think the elevation of the camp is 2K feet..it wasn't the peak season at this...More

Thank arman m
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Reviewed 21 April 2016 via mobile

This was our second trip to Henry Coe and the second time we have barely seen anyone on the trail. The park has a lot of trails to do from easy to strenuous. The park rangers are very helpful when you check in if your...More

Thank Robert R
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Reviewed 23 January 2016

I have to echo all of the positive reviews below. This park is huge and you could visit many times and never have the same experience. From the ridge tops you can see for miles in all directions. Only Anza-Borrego Park is larger than Coe....More

1  Thank Mike B
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Reviewed 27 October 2015

Can't beat the wildflowers here in March - June. Good short hikes as well as longer ones. The camp ground is small, but the restrooms are nice.

2  Thank Cmtrott2015
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Reviewed 26 August 2015

The park is out in the boonies, about 12-14 miles from the Highway. But that has some advantages- if one wants solitude, the park is very quiet. At least, it was really quiet the day I visited. The two unexpected surprises both relate to night...More

1  Thank cmasc
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Reviewed 15 July 2015

Quite the catch of California, I love the windswept and arid climate of this park. So many great views to see. I found more pictures here! http://www.stateparksreview.com/?s=henry+w+coe+state+park. Great place.

1  Thank Brendan W
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Reviewed 9 July 2015

Henry Coe has so many options for biking, hiking, horse riding and walking that you will never be bored. Pack your gear and lots of water as it can get really hot out here and take a hike. I have seen every sort of wildlife...More

2  Thank SouthbroomNatal
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Reviewed 4 June 2015

HW Coe is the second largest state park in California. over 80,000 acres! It's huge! You can walk anywhere in the park and sometimes go for a week without seeing any other human. Only serious outdoor people use the back country. The headquarters, Hunting Hollow...More

2  Thank michaelbD7785DX
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Cecilia L
14 October 2016|
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Response from WBRONH | Reviewed this property |
The only option in Gilroy is a Hilton Garden Inn, which is fine, but the Courtyard by Marriott in Morgan Hill was very nice and from what I recall closer to the park. I would go with Morgan HIll. There are a couple of other... More
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Calcutta-girl
28 April 2016|
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Response from Mike B | Reviewed this property |
The camp sites at the park are right by the ranger station and the park HQ. There is a relatively easy and wide trail that goes along the ridge leaving the HQ. I believe it is called the Pine Ridge trail. There are wide... More
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