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All reviews coyote hills visitor center butterfly garden regional park great trails hiking trails small hills picnic area easy hike great place to hike bike ride leisurely walk nice picnic nature center wildlife watching nike missile various levels
This is another great park run by East Bay Parks. If you drive in, it costs $5 to park, but I have an annual pass to the East Bay parks, which covers this (I recommend doing that, to support the East Bay Parks). There is...More
Google leads to a place next to the bridge tool zone which has restricted access. Aftet following the right path we paid 5$ parking fee and patked next to visitors center. Going up and down the hill was fun. The views are stunning and the...More
My wife and I always enjoy a visit to Coyote Hills. It is rarely crowded, and we can always get in a nice hike while taking in views of the central part of the bay. Definitely family and kids friendly too.
This place has a small museum to introduce the habitat for different animals and some history-very educational. Picnic area for family. Great trails for different people, old and young. you could walk along the bay or go up on the hills to overlook the Bay...More
Visited this place for the first time and was glad I came here. I saw two young deer who weren't afraid of us. They us continued to graze. I enjoyed the walk and the view of the bay. Glad to see people walking their dog...More
This is just a great place , especially for birding. The waters abound in Egrets but if you take the time you'll also find Great Blue Herons, Night Herons, and occasionally a Green Heron. A great place to look for hawks: Red-tails, Red-shouldered, Marsh hawks,...More
This is a fantastic area natural preserve and park. You can drive in a ways and park your car for a fee ($5 last I knew, but I never park inside), or park at the entrance in a free parking lot or nearby street parking....More
When you first get to the entrance, there is a small parking lot to the left. Parking here is free but you will have to walk a bit until you reach the actual park with all the different trails. If you drive about a mile...More