Camping in Henry Coe State Park

Henry Coe State Park is the largest state park in California, clocking in around 87,000 acres. It’s also relatively close to where I live (in that big open space east of the 101 and north of the 152). We didn’t see any mountain lions, but did encounter some inquisitive gophers, beautiful wildflowers, and had a great time camping.

I went camping with the Hatfields and the Bagleys and my trusty dog sidekick Laika. Here are a few selected photos from the trip. The rest of the set is on Flickr.

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Here are we at the campsite with our tents up.

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This is my new favorite tree.

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The wildflowers had just started blooming.

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Ian contemplates the stickiness of a s’more.

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Laika is always suspicious when I take her picture.

Check out the whole photo album of our camping trip to Henry Coe State Park.

Author: cynthiadangelo

I am a researcher, working on educational games, science education, and data visualization. I like photography, soccer, traveling, and teaching my dog new tricks.

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