Restore Coyote Creek

A Project of the Santa Clara County Creeks Coalition and the Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club

Coyte Creek Line Map

Coyote Creek is a nearly 64 mile long riparian corridor that meanders from Henry Coe State Park north through San Jose to the Bay at Milpitas. Despite its name, it is technically a river that with headwaters in Henry Coe Park, through Morgan Hill and downtown San Jose and into San Francisco Bay. This diverse ecosystem includes creeks, dams, urban areas, percolation ponds, saline environments, and over 20 miles of scenic biking and hiking trails. Learn more by selecting the topics to the left.


Did you know:

  • 322 square miles is the size of the Coyote Creek Watershed
  • 16 creeks drain into the watershed