Kayak Put-In Info for: Coyote Point, Recreation Area, San Mateo County
Overview: The area Near Coyote point is known to attract wind-surfers. On windy afternoons (frequent in the summer) this is not the best place to find yourself in a kayak or canoe. Nevertheless, on a calm day, this can be a great place to visit.
Parking: Plenty of parking is available, though there is a per car fee. Some of the parking lots are pretty close to the beach.
Facilities: Coyote Point Recreation contains eight picnic areas that are available by reservation. Four are located in the Eucalyptus area on the East Side of the park near the Marina (Eucalyptus Picnic areas 1-4) and four are near the beach (Beach Picnic areas 5-9). Drop-in picnic areas are located throughout the central portion of the park.
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Directions: When coming to Coyote Point from the north (San Francisco), use Highway 101 South. Take the Poplar Avenue exit. Turn right onto Humbolt until Peninsula Avenue. Turn right onto Peninsula Avenue. Go over the freeway, and then circle around and into the Park.
Cautions: On windy days, it's best to avoid this launch site if you plan on paddling. Also, there are strong currents as you get towards the middle of the bay. There is some recreational boat traffic as well