Henry W. Coe State Park is a state park of California, USA, saving a boundless tract of the Diablo Range. It is situated in Santa Clara and Stanislaus districts. The recreation center contains more than 89,000 sections of land, making it the biggest state park in northern California, and the second-biggest in the state. Overseen inside its limits is an assigned wild territory of around 22,000 sections of land. This is authoritatively known as the Henry W. Coe State Wilderness, yet locally as the Orestimba Wilderness. The 89,164-section of land park was set up in 1959.
Other than its size, the recreation center is outstanding for a generally in place verdure. The recreation center comprises of a progression of high edges isolated by steep ravines, with incidental level valley bottoms and particular tops.
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