Top Adventures in Lagunitas

  • Swim at the Inkwells

    These natural swimming holes are filled with water flowing from Kent Lake, so they're usually pretty refreshing. And by refreshing, we mean cold. We know this first-hand by testing the pools in the winter months. Let's just say if you can stay in ...

  • Redwoods Camping at Samuel P Taylor

    These West Marin campsites are often overlooked. It does get busy during the summer, but take the rest of the year to explore this state park. The main campground boasts more than 50 campsites with restrooms, hot pay showers, and piped drinking w...

  • Hike Bolinas Ridge

    Nestled in the Samuel P. Taylor State Park this ten miler was a perfect escape from the chaos of the city. Hikers are able to pay a $10.00 park entry fee that includes plenty of parking spaces and restrooms before you hit the trail.The hike starts...

    10.6 miles 1200 ft gain

  • Hike the Roys Redwood Preserve Loop

    Roy's Redwoods Preserve is an easily missed pocket of Redwoods off Nicasio Valley Road in Marin County. Don't miss it: heading North on Sir Francis Drake Blvd turn right onto Nicasio Valley Rd--the gate for this little park is about a half mile up...

    2.3 miles 300 ft gain

  • Backpack the Bear Valley to Coast Camp Loop

    Permit and Trail Camp InfoTo stay overnight in Point Reyes, you must stay at one of the Trail Camps.   Camping anywhere else in the park is not allowed.   Permits for the Trail Camps can be booked up to 6 months in advance.  If you are looking to ...

    15.09 miles 2834 ft gain

  • Hike and Fish at Nicasio Reservoir

    Nicasio is a quaint town just inland of the more popular coastal town of Point Reyes. It's most known for it's wine country, rolling hills, and the home of Skywalker Ranch, George Lucas's getaway home. Most visitors of this area either pass right ...

    3 miles 300 ft gain

  • Hike to Alamere Falls

    The hike to Alamere falls is ~8.4 mile out-and-back. Start at the Palomarin Trailhead located in the parking lot near the restrooms. After about 2 minutes on the trail, you'll see a map on your right that lays out the trail to the falls as well as...

    8.4 miles

  • Backpack to Point Reyes' Wildcat Camp

    In order to make this trip possible, go to recreation.gov and make a reservation for Wildcat Camp (available year-round). On your way to the trailhead, make sure to stop by the Bear Valley Visitor Center to grab your camping permit. For more infor...

    11.4 miles 1945 ft gain

  • Hike and Swim at Bass Lake

    Follow the Coast Trail from Palomarin Trailhead to Bass Lake. It's a fairly easy ~2.5-3 miles to the Lake. As soon as you pass the lake, on the left you will see a narrow unmarked dirt trail. Take this trail and you'll get to a nice clearing with ...

    5 miles

  • Backpack the Glen Camp Loop via the Palomarin Trailhead

    Day 1 Before heading to the trailhead, make sure to stop by the Bear Valley Visitor Center to pick up your permit. To stay overnight in Point Reyes, you must stay at one of the trail camps.   Camping anywhere else in the park is not allowed.   Per...

    17.13 miles 3837 ft gain

  • Backpack to Coast Camp in Point Reyes via Palomarin Trailhead

    Spanning from just north of the small town of Bolinas (about an hour north of San Francisco) across Inverness ridge and to the top of Tomales Point, Point Reyes National Seashore is as stunning park featuring breathtaking ocean views and solitude ...

    20.5 miles 2705 ft gain

  • Hike to Carson Falls

    Are you tired of crowds on your hikes? First, shame on you for getting up so late and moving so slowly. Did you really need Philz before you got on the trail?Ok, now that you’ve been thoroughly chastised, let’s start planning a hike to the less-fr...

    3 miles 1000 ft gain

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      The Quail's Nest Cottage

      Mother Nature provides endless awe-inspiring sights here. This area is also home to the Quail's Nest Cottage, a permaculture retreat near Point Reyes Station. The two-bedroom, two-bath vacation ...

      From $218/night

    • Point Reyes Station, California

      Point Reyes National Seashore Campground

      Overview From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches to its open grasslands, brushy hillsides and forested ridges, Point Reyes offers visitors ove...

      From $20/night

    • Sausalito, California

      Bicentennial Campground

      Overview Bicentennial Campground is in an ideal location in the Marin Headlands surrounded by a grove of cypress trees. The campground is a great location for those wanting to camp near the city. T...

      From $20/night

    • Petaluma, California

      San Francisco North / Petaluma KOA

    • Tomales, California

      Charming Farmhouse On Organic Cattle Ranch

      Stemple Creek Ranch is a family-owned and operated organic cattle ranch in Tomales, CA, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. We raise grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb. We also raise p...

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    • Tomales, California

      Rustic Cabin On Organic Cattle Ranch

      Stemple Creek Ranch is a family-owned and operated organic cattle ranch in Tomales, CA, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. We raise grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb. We also raise p...

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