Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Coyote Hills Slough entrance, CA
The entrance to the Coyote Hills Slough is bordered to the north by Hayward, CA and to the south by Fremont, CA. The slough is part of the Alameda Creek that is a perennial stream that travels 45 miles to the San Francisco Bay, starting northeast of Packard Ridge. The Alameda Creek Trail follows along the bank of the creek on either side. Addtionally, the Coyote Hills Regional Park encompasses much of the land surrounding the entrance to the slough.
On Monday, April 18th 2022 voting began in our 4th annual “Best Harbor in the U.S.” contest! Participation is free and open to everyone. Vote for your harbor HERE. Voting for this year’s Best Harbor contest is open from April 18th through May 31st, 2022. Participation is limited to one vote… Learn More
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