‘Travel Through History’ event at Gilroy Hot Springs

Laura Dominguez-Yon, front right, leads a tour of the Gilroy hot springs past the oldest documented cabin Sautrday. 4.25.09

The Gilroy Yamato Hot Springs, a “place that has been a source of relaxation and healing for over 100 years,” will host its “Travel Through History Event” from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday inside Henry W. Coe State Park.
Visitors will enjoy docent and staff tours, displays and exhibitors from the Gilroy and Morgan Hill historical societies, children’s activities, live music from the Tarantula Jug Band and healthy living tips. Bring a picnic lunch, lawn chairs and beverages for a relaxing day.
Admission of $15 per person goes toward efforts to protect, preserve and restore public access. Children 12 and under are free with an adult.
For reservations, call (408) 314-7185 or email [email protected]
Directions: Travel east on Leavesley Road, turn left on New Avenue, right on Roop Road, veer left onto Gilroy Hot Springs Road, cross the big green bridge and continue to end of road. Please carpool. Limited parking will be available.
Call (831) 649-2855 to request special accommodation.
Click here for more information about the Gilroy Hot Springs.