Coyote Hills Regional Park is a regional park encompassing nearly 978 acres of land and administered by the East Bay Regional Park District. The park, which was dedicated to public use in 1967, is located in Fremont, California, USA, on the southeast shore of the San Francisco Bay. The Coyote Hills themselves are a small range of hills at the edge of the bay; though not reaching any great height, they afford tremendous views of the bay, three of the trans-bay bridges (Dumbarton Bridge, San Mateo Bridge, and the Bay Bridge), the cities of San Francisco and Oakland, the Peninsula Range of the Santa Cruz Mountains and Mount Tamalpais. In addition to the hills themselves, the park encloses a substantial area of wetlands.With our world travel planner, Fremont attractions like Coyote Hills Regional Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
There are a number of archaeological sites within the park, preserving evidence of habitation by Native Americans of the Ohlone group of tribes, including shellmounds. Access to these sites is not allowed for casual visitors, but they can be visited by arrangement.
There is a substantial network of hiking trails in the park, most of them also available to equestrians, and 3.5 miles (5.6 km) to cyclists. Most of the trails are wide fireroads that go around the hills and the marshes, and one fireroad that runs north-south through the hills ridge. There are few narrow trails which are off limits to bikers and equestrians. These trails connect to others in the east bay, and the San Francisco Bay Trail passes through the park. Cross country meets for local schools are held occasionally in the park. The waters to the south and west of the park form part of the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and a great deal of wildlife can be seen from the park trails.
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Views, great bicycle trails, birds and animals, hiking are all Wonderful. And biking along Alameda Creek to get there really adds to the experience. Nice grassy picnic area too.
Views, great bicycle trails, birds and animals, hiking are all Wonderful. And biking along Alameda Creek to get there really adds to the experience. Nice grassy picnic area too. more »
My guess is that this place gets great reviews because the people who live in the area don't have any other place to go. It is pretty in some places, and there are some great views from the tops of...
My guess is that this place gets great reviews because the people who live in the area don't have any other place to go. It is pretty in some places, and there are some great views from the tops of... more »
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