3/22/19: We are aware that Coyote Point has lost it's anemometer and vane due to vandalism. We will be making a repair sometime between SUN MAR 24 and TUE MAR 26. Thanks for your understanding during this short disruption in service.
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Coyote Point Park Directions
From: North Bay and northern East Bay:</B> Go south across the Golden Gate Bridge: Take 19th Ave off ramp 1 mile past bridge. Pass through Golden Gate Park and later past San Francisco State and then merge onto Hwy. 280. After several miles take the 380 off ramp heading east. Merge with Hwy 101 heading south and pass SFO airport. Drive until you see Coyote Point jutting out into the Bay Then look for the Poplar off ramp. Go west on Popular Watch carefully for signs to Coyote Park. Turn Right on Idaho or Humboldt. Go one block then turn right on Peninsula Ave heading east back towards freeway. Pass over freeway. Then carefully follow signs into the park. At the entrance, pay then make a left turn and head towards the beach to park
From Sherman Island and central East Bay: Go across the Bay Bridge then merge with Hwy 101 heading south and pass SFO airport. Then follow the instructions above.
<B>From north of Santa Cruz:</B> Go north on Hwy. 1 to Half Moon Bay Go east on Hwy. 92 over the coast range and at Hwy. 280 go south. After a few miles take the Hwy. 92 off ramp going East. Continue on Hwy. 92 until you near the Bay. Before the San Mateo Bridge take Hwy. 101 north. After several miles take the Dore Avenue offramp and follow the frontage road just until you pass the golf course, then turn Right. Follow the signs into the park.
From Santa Cruz: Go east on Hwy 17 then north on Hwy 280. Then east on Hwy. 92. Continue on Hwy. 92 until you near the Bay. Before the San Mateo Bridge take Hwy. 101 north. After several miles take the Dore Avenue offramp and follow the frontage road until you pass the golf course, and then turn Right. Follow the signs into the park. You're there!