Coyote Gulch additional parking

Davek15

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Hi, I’m going up to Coyote Gulch this weekend for a three day overnight trip. I was planning on parking at the water tank. My question is; what if the lot is full, is it okay to park on the side of the road near the parking area? I’ve searched, but I can’t find a solid answer. I’ve been up Hole-in-the-Rock road before, but only on weekdays so parking hasn’t been an issue.
 
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RyanP

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I don't know the answer to your question, but I assume you know that it will be deathly hot there at this time of year? Some people don't mind the extreme heat too much, but I personally can't stand it, and it definitely makes the trip more dangerous...
 

LarryBoy

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I would definitely not parallel park on the roadway. If Hurricane Gulch trailhead is full (unlikely) I would just go to Red Well and start there. Much quieter anyhow.
 

Davek15

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I’m planning to park overnight at the Jacob Hamblin TH (Water tank) off Forty Mile Ridge Rd. since my vehicle won’t make it all the way to the Crack-in-the-Wall TH. Hurricane wash and Redwell would require too many miles.

I just can’t imagine people driving all the way down to the water tank and being turned away because there’s no parking. i’ll just figure it out when I get there. If the parking area is full I’ll look to see what others are doing with the situation.
 
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