Henry W. Coe State Park "Your Wilderness Next Door".
The Henry Coe Meetup group is for anyone interested in getting out into Henry W. Coe State Park, whether biking, horseback riding, hiking, camping, fishing, taking photos, enjoying the beautiful vistas or just experiencing nature. Everyone is welcome.
We offer hikes/walks/rides for most interest levels; from 3 mile hikes with slight elevation gain to 10-15 mile expeditions with significant elevation gain. Hikes are generally held on weekends but may be scheduled on any day of the week and usually last between 2-6 hours. We explore many areas all around the Park. We have a few mid-week hikes, some of which are longer and reach deeper into our beautiful back country and the Orestimba Wilderness.
We also plan to present a series of "Saturday Evening Talks" and Sunday Ranger Walks. Check the http://coepark.net website, Events calendar, for more details.
We will work with you to setup any kind of hike you and your group maybe interested in. Email us.
Looking forward to seeing you at one of our events or out on the trails.
Come to Coe Park Tarantula Fest and rub elbows (so to speak) with some of our fuzzy, friendly eight-legged guests of honor. The event is held at the headquarters campground, which has breathtaking views across the ridges and canyons of the backcountry.
Take a leisurely nature walk with a volunteer naturalist and search for tarantulas or go on a geology hike. Enjoy live music by the Sada Springs Jug Band made up of musical Coe Park volunteers and friends. Hang out at our kids' activities table and create Tarantula Fest keepsakes. Talk to volunteers from the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center and listen to them tell you about their wonderful ambassador animals.
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