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Henry Coe State Park Campground California

Submitted By: katrinalomas on 28 Jun 2008
Latitude: 37.186083
Longitude: -121.54531






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In Morgan Hill, CA go up Dunn Ave. Until you reach Lake Anderson. From that point it is 10 miles from Lake Anderson. It will take you all the way to headquarters.

Camping - (0)

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At headquarters is park camping, park the RV, or set up a tent. The campground at park headquarters is located on top of a ridge. There are great views of canyons and backcountry.

There are 20 camp sites in the campground that can be reserved. Sites that haven't been reserved are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The campground often has vacant sites, except on busy spring and summer weekends and major holiday weekends.

Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. You can bring your own firewood or buy it. Most sites have some shade from the ramadas. There are pit toilets and fresh mountain water near the campsites. There are no showers or hook-ups. There are a few snacks and drinks at the visitor center, but you'll want to pack your on supplies for food and drink. Nearest town is about an hour away.

If you are planning on camping with a trailer, you'll want to call and reserve a spot. There are only about 3 sites that will fit a trailer. Also, the road to the campground is pretty narrow so keep that in mind.


Hiking & Backpacking - (0)

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There are several lakes and ponds within a 10 mile radius that only can be accessed by hiking or horseback. You can camp off the trails.

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Lots of trails, from fire roads to single track.

Horseback - (0)

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Don't know anything, except you can do it.

China Hole, California
Distance: 2.90 mi
Activities: Camping, Hiking & Backpacking, Swimming Holes

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