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Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a wonderful park with different birding experiences in different seasons. There are a number of destinations depending on your target birds. The main marsh in fall/winter is incredible if it h...  read more »
  • Went to the park Sunday afternoon for a family gathering at one of the several reservable picnic areas. There was something for all ages. Great walking and bike riding. The BBQ pits worked great, brin...  read more »
  • Saw it on a map and thought I would try it out. Don't have a mountain bike just a 1980s road racing started out on the paved trails, too many people then switched to the narrow unpaved stuff through t...  read more »
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • varied ecosystems, terrain and wildlife. visitors center has various activities for kids and adults on the weekend.hiking and bike trails over the hills or thru the marshes. many different birds and waterfowl. fee parking or you can park a half mile out at paseo padre pkwy and patterson ranch rd, then walk or bike in.
  • map is confusing. but good exercise and nice views
  • Very pretty. Glad there is protected land in California in such a desired location to live. Nice trails.
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