Coyote Creek Trail

Stonegate Park, California

Distance18.9mi
Elevation Gain1,496ft
Trailhead Elevation393ft
Top393ft
Elevation Min/Max123/393ft
Elevation Start/End393/393ft

Coyote Creek Trail

Coyote Creek Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in San José, California. It is within Stonegate Park, Tully Community Ballfields, Anderson Lake County Park, and Hellyer County Park. It is 18.9 miles long and begins at 393 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 37.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,496 feet. Walnut Rest Area, Coyote Ranch, Eucalyptus Rest Area, Sycamore Rest Area, and another picnic site can be seen along the trail. There are also a scrub, grasses, sands, and an information along the trail. This trail connects with the following: Bridge Over Coyote Creek.

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"All around San Francisco Bay, the land is carpeted by urban and suburban development.
The three big cities of San Francisco in the west, Oakland in the east, and San Jose in the
south are joined by over thirty smaller cities to form one vast, uninterrupted metroplex."

"Walk or bike along tree-shaded paths."

"A walk-and-talk trail, a workout trail, and a meander through riparian habitat, this popular paved route anchors a narrow greenbelt along pretty Coyote Creek. The Coyote Creek Parkway stretches more than 15 miles from Hellyer County Park in south San Jose to Anderson Lake County Park in Morgan Hill. This linear park is a Santa Clara County treasure, tracing Coyote Creek on its northward run to San Francisco Bay and protecting the fragile riparian habitat that lines its banks. It links open spaces, neighborhoods, business parks, and schools, offering an alternative, human-powered route for commuters and visitors alike."

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Trail Information

Stonegate Park
Nearby City
Hellyer County Park
Parks
Santa Clara County
Local Contacts
USGS San Jose East
Local Maps

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Sep 2018