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This 3,219 acre park is dominated by a redwood forest. The park offers redwood and oak forests as well as meadows. Visitors may choose from 118 drive-in and walk-in first-come, first-served campsites spread throughout four campgrounds. Each site comes equipped with a barbecue pit, food locker and picnic table. Showers (for a small fee) are also available, as well as 17 partial hook-up RV sites. Hikers have access to an extensive 20 mile trail system. Park visitors may learn about areas where Ohlone Indians hunted and harvested. A one mile self-guided nature trail winds around the ruins of cattle baron Henry Miller's summer home. White fallow deer, descendants of a pair donated by William Randolph Hearst in 1932, can be viewed in an enclosed pen. The park is located on Highway 152 (Hecker Pass Highway), ten miles west of Gilroy.
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