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Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont

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TripAdvisor
  • Yesterday was the first time I've visited Coyote Hills in about 25 years. The landscape hasn't changed but the trails have been well maintained, the trail signage has been added, and was I ever impres...  more »
  • Coyote Hills is a great for us suburbanites or city dwellers who would like to get away to a vast field of land that will make you forget that you are in the Bay Area. Their are trails for walkers and...  more »
  • Used to daily hike here but the parking fees stopped all visits. Very blinding sunny on bay side, super windy and no escape back if you have a problem....very long.  more »
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  • Needed something to do in the afternoon so decided to check this place out. I didn't expect this park to be so nice . You do have to pay a $5 entrance fee but there was technically no one manning the front booth. There are little hill paths you can take to get a gorgeous view or you can take a casual stroll by the water. It was the perfect place to spend a spring afternoon. I can't wait to come back.
  • Definitely a great place to check out. After the rainy seasons, the water tends to pool up in the areas in between the hills, which birds fly in and swim. In addition, lots of plants bloom, which allow for some great nature shots, if you're a photographer. Beware, though, as some trails have extreme amounts of bugs flying around, mostly towards the pond areas, though. Lastly, if you climb to the top of the coyote hills, you can see all the way to downtown San Francisco and Downtown Oakland! After a windy day clears up all the smog and fog, anyways.
  • My go to on a Saturday morning. Great for mild walk.. you can hike up the hills.. if you don't have to deal with a stroller I suppose; it's terrain . The views up top are amazing
  • Great place for hiking. You can choose from flat terrain going on the paved trails at the base of the hills, or go up the hill for a great view and tougher hike. The Red Hill Trail is covered with small stones which can be very slippery. Practically no shade is available. Hat is highly recommended on sunny days.
  • Came here on a beautiful Monday for a photo session with my friend. With the recent rain that we had the park was green and lush with plenty of birds around. We walked close to 4 miles and we barely covered maybe half the park?! It is a wonder escape from the hustle and bustle of the bay area. Highly recommended!