Please refer to the Henry W. Coe State Park page on California State Parks website for the latest news on park restrictions and closures.

Distance from HQ: 5.1 miles

Elevation gain/loss: +40/-1480 feet

Camp elevation: 1,170 feet 

Picnic table: no    

Outhouse: no   

Water: nearest water source is Coyote Creek 

Number of sites: 1, for groups of 1-8 people.

China Hole Campsite
China Hole

China Hole Camp is a great backpack site, with year-round water, a small sandy beach, smooth rocks for sunbathing, and frog choruses in the spring.  

The site is named for the park's most popular swimming hole, which is about 100 feet downstream. It's also located just a few hundred feet downstream from the confluence of the Middle and East forks of Coyote Creek and the gateway to the Narrows.  

The swimming hole is usually quite deep even in the summer, but the water may get a little too green for some swimmers as August approaches. 

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Coe Park Volunteer

Are you interested in learning more about Henry W. Coe State Park and sharing your knowledge with park visitors? How about helping out with annual events or maintenance of springs and trails? If so, visit our Volunteer page.

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