Henry W. Coe State Park - Hiking
Boasting the title of largest state park in northern California, Henry W. Coe State Park encompasses 87,000 acres of varied and largely undeveloped landscape: rolling hills, both narrow and wide valleys, high ridges, deep canyons, broad plateaus, along with gently flowing streams, vast grasslands, and thick woods.
Varies; depending on how far you want to hike.
Destination Distance From Downtown
Time To Complete
One hour to one weekend.
June through September are hot with few water sources.
$6-$8 daily parking permit. $5 backpacking sites per person; first-come, first-served only.
- Coastal Paddling
- Flat Water Paddling
- Food and Drink
- Mountain Biking
- Road Running
- Skiing & Snowboarding
- Trail Running