HENRY COE STATE PARK MAP CALIFORNIA
67,000 acres. Located southeast of San Jose in the west-central part of the state, this is California’s second largest state park. It has some steep ridges and canyons, streams, oak woodlands, pine forest, grasslands, and includes a 22,000-acre wilderness area.
Activities: There are 45 miles of trails for hiking and backpacking. Horses are permitted on some but not all trails. Bikes are not allowed on trails.
Camping Regulations: A permit must be obtained from the park museum before camping in the backcountry. It’s necessary to use either designated camping areas or camping zones. Horseback riders are required to stay in established horse camps.
A small fee is charged for camping each night. Campfires are prohibited in the backcountry. A stove is necessary for cooking. Pets are not permitted.
For Further Information: Henry Coe State Park, P.O. Box 846, Morgan Hill, CA 95038; (408)779-2728.