Welcome to Hellyer County Park and the Coyote Creek Parkway. This 354-acre urban park is located in the heart of Santa Clara County''s regional park system. The Coyote Creek, which meanders through the center of the park, is the focus of the park''s natural environment. A thick undergrowth and tall trees characterize the well defined creek channel which is home to many different species of wildlife. Visitors to the park can escape from the nearby hustle of city life and enjoy the quiet solitude of Coyote Hellyer County Park and the Coyote Creek Parkway. The park is located west of the Hellyer Avenue exit along Highway 101. The Coyote Creek Parkway multiple use trail can be accessed at both the Blossom Hill Road and Bernal Road exits off Highway 101. Both trailheads are approximately one-quarter mile from the highway. The multiple use trail can also be accessed near the intersection of Monterey Highway and Metcalf Road. Public transit is available to Hellyer County Park.