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After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite.

After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite. Baby raccoons in the trash cans at Henry Coe State Park headquarters.ThumbnailsI've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.Baby raccoons in the trash cans at Henry Coe State Park headquarters.ThumbnailsI've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.Baby raccoons in the trash cans at Henry Coe State Park headquarters.ThumbnailsI've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.Baby raccoons in the trash cans at Henry Coe State Park headquarters.ThumbnailsI've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.Baby raccoons in the trash cans at Henry Coe State Park headquarters.ThumbnailsI've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.

After signing in for backpacking sites at Henry Coe State Park headquarters, I head down to the hidden Yerba Buena campsite a third of a mile behind headquarters down a hill and several switchbacks. Unfortunately, the trail has grown in a lot with grasses since the last time I used this campsite a couple of years ago and I'm having a lot of difficulty following the trail.