Hiking The Henry Coe State Park

The 51st most popular hiking trail in California.

Southeast of San Jose, the 80,000 acre Henry W Coe State Park is a wilderness paradise for equestrians. If you plan to venture more than a few miles into the park, you and your horse should be in excellent physical shape and you should be prepared for steep, rugged terrain. There are eight designated horse camps in the park, and each of them has a set of pipe corals that will hold at least two horses.

To reach the hiking trailhead from San Jose, head south on US101 to Morgan Hill. Take the East Dunne Avenue exit and head east to park entrance about 13 miles.

Overall, Henry Coe State Park is the 51st most popular hiking trail of all 88 hikes in California.

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Local Contact(s):  Henry Coe State Park (408) 779-2728.

Recommended Book:  "1,000 Best Hikes In California" from Tom Stienstra

Best Season:  Mar. - Oct.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  State Park Campground

Luxury Loding:  Lodge At Skylonda, Woodside (800) 851-2222

Reference Source:  click here http://coepark.net/

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Date Updated:  7/5/2016

ID:  13121

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