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60816 acre Park managed by: California Department of Parks and Recreation

In the Diablo Range southeast of San Jose, Coe State Park is our region’s largest park, yet one of our best-kept open-space secrets.

With elevations that range from 750 to 3,560 feet above sea level, and areas that vary widely in temperature and rainfall, this hidden but accessible mountain wilderness hosts a great variety of habitats. Visit this spacious park many times throughout the year to explore its remote valleys, its airy pine forests, its arid chaparral-covered ridges, its spring-flowering grasslands and hillsides, its broad flood plains, and its myriad creeks.

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Ponderosa Trail

by YerbaQuercus

Henry Coe State Park is huge. I was able to hike around the Northwest section of the park. I went there during spring of this year.  The beginning of the hike has a long trail going towards the peak. There is shade along the trail. I went to the park on a classroom trip. We […]

 
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2 comments:

QuercusLand on October 21st, 2012 at 9:15 am

The HWC State Park is awesome. It has different plants communities and beautiful wildflowers in the Spring time. Camping in the park makes the experience better. The trails range easy to moderate. The park is huge. It is very close to Santa Clara Valley.

Dan Rademacher on October 21st, 2012 at 7:05 pm

Great info. Thanks, QuercusLand!

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