Parks Coyote Hills Regional Park Overview Overview To Reach the Park Maps Accessibility ADA Attractions Calendar of Events History Resources Hours Park Curfew: 10pm-5am Park Gate Hours: Jan. 1 - Feb 28: 7am-6pm Mar. 1 - 31: 7am-7pm Apr. 1 - Sep 30: 8am-8pm Oct. 1 - 31: 8am-7pm Nov. 1 - 27: 8am-6pm Nov 28-Dec. 31: 7am-6pm
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Coyote Hills 2021-07-23 # 0.1 Coyote Hills Regional Park Year Opened: 1968 Acres: 1,274 Highlights: Hiking, biking, and horseback riding; adjacent wildlife refuge, birdwatching, visitor center, naturalist-led programs, reservable picnic sites, group campsites, and the site of an Ohlone village. Parking Fees—$5/vehicle, $4/trailer, $25/bus
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Coyote Hills Regional Park was dedicated in 1967.
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, US, on the southeast shore of the San Francisco Bay.
› Coyote Hills Regional Park › Red Hill Trail and Nike Trail Maps Company Members for the planet Connect with us Offering 360-degree views that extend from San Francisco to the Santa Cruz Mountains, this park contains an extensive brackish marsh, habitat for...
Coyote Hills Regional Park Wetlands trails: Chochenyo, D.U.S.T., Lizard Rock To enter the park you must pay at a machine at the entry kiosk while in your car. This may be very challenging for people with mobility limitations but assistance is available by calling the number posted at the pay machine.
Bayview and Nike Loop. Easy • 4.6 (339) Coyote Hills Regional Park. Photos (2,038) Directions. Print/PDF map. Length 2.4 miElevation gain 118 ftRoute type Loop. Explore this 2.4-mile loop trail near Union City, California. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 48 min to complete.