Coyote Canyon is pretty much where the Hemet Jeep Club started as it was part of the Cavalcade that started in Anza and ended in Borego Springs.
Every year Mike Ledbetter puts on a overnight camping trip at Baileys Cabin.  We have members that just come up for the evening and travel back down and others who pitch a tent and stay the night.

Baileys Cabin, depending on who you ask, was built by the Bailey brothers as an outpost for their cattle operation and has been preserved and taken care of by the numerous people that come to visit and the state of California.

It is located basically at the end of the upper Coyote Canyon where the closure is now at.

The run isn’t that hard, but its not so much for the run as for the campfire story’s that ensue.
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