“Nestled in the hills east of Gilroy”
Nestled in the hills east of Gilroy, CA, features a 635-acre lake for fishing and boating. Coyote Lake has a “world-class” population of Black Bass, as well as bluegill, black crappie, and Eurasian carp. Both powered and non-powered vessels can ply the waters of the lake. Coyote-Bear provides habitats for many species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, insects and mammals. The park is home to rare western pond turtle, California Tiger Salamander and bay checkerspot butterfly. Two-Hundred-Nineteen species of birds have been seen, including our “National Bird” the bald eagle. During your visit you can also be sure to see black-tailed deer, and turkeys. Even mountain lions have been seen by visitors in the park’s hinterlands.
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Coyote Lake & Harvey Bear Ranch County Park
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