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Coyote Creek Parkway Path

San Jose, CA
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Awesome Trail!

Great place for walking, jogging, bikes, strollers.... When there is water in the creek it adds a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
San Jose, California
Serene and relaxing path for walks or bike riding

Though I have not the full distance pathway, I was delighted to discover this sanctuary so close to... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2017
Alamosa, Colorado
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Running trail stretching from Kelley Park to Morgan Hill.
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1 week ago
“Awesome Trail!”
26 Feb 2017
“Serene and relaxing path for walks or bike riding”
San Jose, CA
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Great place for walking, jogging, bikes, strollers.... When there is water in the creek it adds a great ambience. Wild flowers in the spring!! It's wonderful. Park on the street outside the park - there is no fee for parking.

Thank Stefani1220
Reviewed 26 February 2017

Though I have not the full distance pathway, I was delighted to discover this sanctuary so close to apartment complexes and big companies. My dog also found it very enjoyable, even on a leash. I recommend this experience to anyone who needs a break from...More

Thank Coyote000
Reviewed 19 January 2017

We found ths trail last year and it was a very pleasand discovery. It follows Coyete Creek for most of its length. There are many places where you cross the creek itself, and there are actually picnic tables alond the way. Especially nice is a...More

Thank mcpcmp
Reviewed 18 November 2016

I've only biked part of the path probably what would be considered the northern most section right off 237. It is a well thought out path that is used by walkers, joggers, and bikers. Can't wait to ride its entirety.

Thank Luv2hikejulie
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

it runs from gilroy to downtown san jose/alviso with hellyer park and lake at the halfway point. great place to walk, jog, or ride a bicycle. take water because there are no stores close by

Thank TripMember07242017
Reviewed 28 September 2016

WhenI first moved to San Jose this was my go to path for running, it is even longer than the Los Gatos Creek trail. There used to be considerable trash and homeless twenty years ago. It has been substantially cleaned up and is as beautiful...More

Thank Norma W
Reviewed 31 July 2016

This is a beautiful Park and the Walking Path is an enjoyable experience. You are in the midst of Nature and can really enjoy it - either alone or in Company

Thank Sunilvk64
Reviewed 14 July 2016

The path varies mile by mile but it's all relaxing. Demon cyclists can be a bit of a nuisance but most are polite. Choose early morning or late afternoon for a shaded stroll.

Thank Margaret S
Reviewed 15 September 2015

I travel 15 to 20 weeks a year and try to keep up my walking regime when on the road. I seek out local trails wherever I am and saw this one on my "Trail Link" app on my phone. It was fully paved in...More

Thank Trafcon
Reviewed 8 July 2015 via mobile

This path in San Jose has a lot of the common features like ballparks basketball courts skateboard park picnic area and it is traversing a golf course. The path is not all that well-maintained although it is paved they are graffiti on the signs and...More

Thank viperflt
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