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Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont
(4.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • Coyote Hills Regional Park is a challenging hike but well worth the effort in rewarding and magnificent views! We hiked up and down a series of rolling hills and atop each hill, we were rewarded with ...  more »
  • In looking at the broad nature of the Hill is a good place to the ring. Yellow fields and wide sky chest cooler. Walk for a while what the bike is good overthrow is the place to be. When weather is nice to visit.
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  • It's a 3 mile circuit around the hills, or a shorter walk on to the marsh, but there are birds of all kids, everywhere, and a short drive from city life. A great place to picnic if you get here early ...  more »
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  • Good bike but can get really hot in the afternoon. So better to go before noon. Hike is beginner level. The view is really beautiful. Biking is also possible.
  • Really unique spot. Pretty rolling hills rising up right next to the bay. Visitor center is nice. Nice easy flat trails through the marsh or along the coast. The trails over the hills have some steep short climbs. Pretty and different in the different seasons when the flowers bloom and the grass changes from gold to green. One downside: on some days there is an awful rotten egg smell from the bay water, like what you smell from the Dumbarton bridge but lots worse since you're right there. Just don't go on the levee trails when it's like that.
  • This place is amazing. Amazing trails to walk and a beautiful butterful garden.
  • Great place to hike and experience the cool breezes of the bay. On a clear day, you can see the Dumbarton Bridge, San Mateo Bridge, the Bay Bridge, San Francisco and Oakland. Be careful of the salt flats (they can stink).
  • Last came here during a drizzly April, which I think is a great time to come. The hills were very green at that time and even reminiscent of some places in Iceland.