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San Jose, California
June 30, 2007
Henry W. Coe State Park

(Full Moon Hike - 7PM)

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June 30, 2007
Henry W. Coe State Park 
Santa Clara County

ATTENTION: We are starting at 7:00 PM to better appreciate the Full Moon.

    


The Place

        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 the Pacheco and Orestimba creeks, and a wilderness area. 






Getting There

        DIRECTIONS:  From San Jose, take Highway 101 South to Morgan Hill. Take the East Dunne Avenue Exit (12 miles south of the Highway 85 / Highway 101 junction). Turn left and head East on E. Dunne Avenue (3.5 miles). Continue right at the fork on E. Dunne Avenue (follow sign to Henry Coe Park. It is 10.6 miles from the fork to the Henry Coe parking area. Note: When the main lot fills, signs will direct you to pull off into a secondary lot prior to the main entrance. Follow the trail signs to Coe Ranch Headquarters (0.3 miles).

Drive Time 1 Hour - Parking $6.00 - Dogs not allowed


 

Walking the Walk

        (Level 2.5 - Miles: 5.6 - Elevation 965')  We are starting at 7:00 PM to better appreciate the Full Moon. We will meet at Ranch Headquarters and start on the Corral Trail to Spring Trail going to Manzanita Point Road which will take us to Manzanita Point Group Camps where we will have our meeting. The return walk will be down Manzanita Point Road back to Headquarters.

 

 

Know Before You Go

        ATTENTION: We are starting at 7:00 PM to better appreciate the Full Moon.

Drive Time 1 Hour - Parking $6.00 - Dogs not allowed

 



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