Historicorps has scheduled three one-week volunteer events at
GYHS, Sept-Oct 2016!
They will be constructing roofs over two of our designated historic structures -- the Pennsylvania Cabin, and the Ohio Cabin!!!
They are accepting 9 volunteers per week. Volunteers will work from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks are included for each volunteer. See their website for more information, and to sign-up!

The construction work, of course means, this year, we cannot have our annual fall event,
................"Women of Gilroy Hot Springs"................
That means we've RESCHEDULED it to Women's History Month, MAY 13TH, 2017.

Meanwhile, if you would like to become a docent volunteer, watch the Coe Park website for volunteer opportunities. Follow the "Support Coe" link to "Lend a hand" opportunities.

Guided tours continue
the 2nd Saturday and 4th Saturday of most months, plus some Sundays, subject to public demand and availability of docents.
If you are interested in a guided tour, please email us email (, or phone (1-408-314-7185).
If you would like to train as a volunteer docent, please email usemail (, or phone (1-408-314-7185).

We had 2 Park Champions volunteer work days, Saturday, April 23, 2016 and Monday, July 18, 2016.
We cleared weeds on the roadway and tour path in preparation for the annual events.
We also did dirt removal beside the Ladies' Bath to deter further erosion to the building.
A limited number of volunteers were allowed (10 new, plus the veteran GYHS team), and we're looking forward to more opportunities to work with these fine individuals who share the passion for protecting and helping sustain our State parks!
Find out more at their website, Park Champions
To Register for future events state-wide, please go to their website:

Saturday, May 30, 2016 was the annual springtime public event,
Children Through History.
As usual, there were Guided Tours, Exhibits, family activities, and entertainment!
The $15/person admission & parking fee helps us fulfill the goal of protecting, preserving, and restoring public access to this part of Henry W. Coe State Park.

Yes, volunteers needed! Please email us.

We are updating the website ( ), and reorganizing it.
Yes, all this information will appear on different pages under different tabs.
We want to get you the information you're seeking. Eventually we'll post photos and more of the history. Thank you for your patience while we transition.

Our mission remains the same: to protect, preserve, and restore public access to Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs, an area of Henry W. Coe State Park which is historically rich in cultural diversity.