Henry W. Coe State Park

Phone Number

(408) 779-2728

Max. Trailer Lengths

Trailer: 20 Feet
Camper/Motorhome: 22 Feet

Park Hours

Park entrances are open around the clock, every day of the year.

Driving Directions to Henry W. Coe SP

13-miles east of Morgan Hill on East Dunne Avenue. From Highway 101 in Morgan Hill (1/2 hour south of San Jose), take the East Dunne Avenue exit and go east past Anderson Lake to the end of the county road to the park headquarters. The road to the park beyond Anderson Lake is 10 miles of narrow winding road. The trip will take about 30 minutes.

Camping and Lodging

Visitors will be able to reserve campsites and lodging six months in advance from the current date. Bookings may extend from the arrival date to the desired departure date – based on availability and the park’s maximum stay rules.

Upcoming Park Events

No events scheduled at this moment.

BOATING
Boating
OVERNIGHT FACILITIES
En route Campsites
Environmental Campsites
Family Campsites
Group Campsites
Hike or Bike Campsites
Primitive Camping
RV Access
TRAIL USE
Bike Trails
Hiking Trails
Horseback Riding
DAY-USE ACTIVITIES & FACILITIES
Historical/Cultural Site
Picnic Areas
Env. Learning/Visitor Center
Exhibits and Programs
Fishing
Guided Tours
Interpretive Exhibits
Vista Point
Nature & Wildlife Viewing
Museums
Family Programs
Geocaching
OTHER FACILITIES & VISITOR INFORMATION
Camp Store
Parking
Restrooms
Drinking Water Available

Coe Park is the largest state park in northern California of wild open spaces. The terrain of the park is rugged, varied and beautiful, with lofty ridges and steep canyons.

Once the home of Ohlone Indians, the park is now home to a fascinating variety of plants and animals, including the elusive Mountain Lion. Within Coe Park are the headwaters of Coyote Creek, long stretches of Pacheco and Orestimba creeks and a wilderness area.

The park is open year-round for hikers, mountain bikers, backpackers, equestrians, car campers, picnickers, photographers, and people who simply like to visit parks.

Fires
As of June 6th, 2019 wood or charcoal campfires are NOT allowed in provided fire rings at the main campground and Manzanita Point Group Camp.  Plan ahead and bring a gas stove to cook with if needed.  Ground Fires are never allowed at the park.

Dogs
Dogs are allowed in the Coe Ranch campground, paved roads and one trail that connects the Visitor Center to the parking lot off of E. Dunne Ave.  Dogs are not allowed at Manzanita Point, Blue Oak Horse Camp, and Poverty Flat Group Campsites.  Dogs are also not allowed at the Hunting Hollow or Dowdy Ranch entrances or on any other trails within the park.

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