Photo Tour: Henry W. Coe State Park
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Gilroy Hot Springs Road
This page features the road west of the Hunting Hollow entrance.
This section of road is entirely outside of Henry W. Coe State Park, and is included
here to show you the scenery en route.


The beginning of Gilroy Hot Springs Road at the junction with Coyote Lake Road and
the end of Roop Road.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




Coyote Creek about 1/2-3/4 mile east of junction with Coyote Lake Road.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




View east on road, same vicinity as prior image.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




Coyote Creek and hills ca. 1 mile east of junction with Coyote Lake Road.

The lands in the image are managed by Santa Clara County Parks, and will
eventually be opened for public access.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




Junction of Gilroy Hot Springs Road (left to right) and Cañada Road.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




At the same junction is this seasonal fire station operated by the
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




Their sign in more detail.

Note that "Gilroy Hot Springs Road" is often abbreviated to "Hot Springs Road."
Since a lot of sign-makers and map-makers do not have access to a tilde to
place over the "n", "Cañada" often appears as "Canada."

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




As you continue toward Coe, the county attempts to discourage parking along the narrow
road with this sign.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.




That's the mouth of Hunting Hollow left of center.

Coyote Creek and its floodplain in the foreground are part of Santa Clara County Parks
property.  The ridges in the background are all within Coe Park.

7 May 2005.
Photograph copyright © by Lee Dittmann.


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