Henry W. Coe State Park
Henry W. Coe is the largest state park in northern California, with over 80,000 acres of wild open space. The terrain is rugged, and varied, making the park a natural for backpacking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The main park is located off 101 Avenue near Morgan Hill. Exit 101 at East Dunne Ave and drive east for 13 miles, mostly on a winding park road. Phone (408) 779-2728 or (831) 623-4526 for more information.
Coe Ranch Campground: One designated accessible campsite, #3, is available. Assistance may be needed navigating the campsite and route to the nearby vault restroom.
Bell Station Day Use Area: Located off Highway 152 a few miles east of Casa de Fruta, this trailhead area includes generally accessible picnic tables, parking, and vault restroom. Routes of travel between these facilities are paved and generally accessible.