Submit one here. Pacheco Falls Loop via Coyote Creek/Hunting Hollow [CLOSED] is a 22.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Gilroy, California that features a lake and is rated as difficult. No description for Pacheco Falls trail has been added yet! Took the afternoon yesterday to hike into Coe and setup camp at wood duck pond. Finished the day with a quick jaunt to Pacheco Falls. Jacob came up with the idea to check out Pacheco Falls, +/- 14 miles from the Hunting Hollow entrance. By Adam Criswell. As with any camping, preparation is key to your enjoyment and safety. Henry Coe State Park is located in Morgan Hill. Besides the wild turkeys, hogs, coyotes, and bobcats, Henry Coe is home to the Pacheco Falls. This time was not a solo trip and it was great to have some company. This time was not a solo trip and it was great to have some company. Still going strong with a tremendous amount of poison oak making it impossible for me to jump in the water. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Just back from another weekend jaunt to Henry Coe. On the first day after Daylight Savings Time ended, I was on the road at 6:00AM towards Henry Coe State Park. Be prepared for at least a 24-mile ride with 5000+ feet of climbing if you want to see the falls in person. Jacob came up with the idea to check out Pacheco Falls, +/- 14 miles from the Hunting Hollow entrance. Buy Photos Backpacking in the park can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. March 10, 2014. OH, if … Still worth the trek. Ornery turkeys, feral pigs, ever present blood sucking ticks, and endless hills that mock, inspire, and finally have their way with your legs. Oh Henry Coe, how I love thee. Off-season and weekdays, it's open 24/7 for hikers and… Visting Pacheco Falls in Henry Coe State Park. Pacheco Falls is a 10 mile hike or bike ride from the Hunting Hollow entrance to Henry Coe State Park. Traveling on foot in the park with a pack can be strenuous, as there are many steep dirt roads and trails. This mountain bike primary trail can be used both directions and has a moderate overall physical rating with a 5 ft blue climb. After months of heavy rains, the falls tumble into a pool deep enough for an afternoon dip. The rains also mean March is the perfect time see the seasonal blooms of California wildflowers. Pacheco Falls in Henry Coe State Park Just back from another weekend jaunt to Henry Coe. Pacheco Falls in Henry Coe State Park. The lesser-known entrance from Bell Station, followed by 7 miles of gravel road, to the Dowdy Ranch Visitor's Center, is open on summer weekends to vehicles. Henry W. Coe State Park (known simply as Henry Coe or Coe Park) is a state park of California, USA, preserving a vast tract of the Diablo Range.The park is located closest to the city of Morgan Hill, and is located in both Santa Clara and Stanislaus counties. There are some hazards at Coe that should be noted. Henry Coe State Park, Trail to Pacheco Falls Read More. It's one of the largest parks in the San Francisco Bay Area. Class of 2014, Northbound, Thru-hiker. Pacheco Falls is a 4,687 ft less popular blue doubletrack trail located near Morgan Hill California.