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  • Point Reyes Station, California

    Point Reyes Station, California is a great destination for outdoor adventurers. It provides a variety of activities and attractions for visitors to explore and enjoy. From scenic trails to must-visit attractions, there is something for everyone. For a unique outdoor experience, visitors can explore the top trails in the area. These trails offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape and wildlife. For a more leisurely experience, visitors can explore the local attractions, such as the Point Reyes National Seashore, the Point Reyes Lighthouse, and the Point Reyes Station Historic District. There are also plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as biking, kayaking, and fishing. No matter what type of outdoor activity you are looking for, Point Reyes Station has something for you.

    Top Spots in and near Point Reyes Station

    • Sausalito, California

      Marin Headlands Trail Loop

      10.5 mi / 1990 ft gain
      This trail starts at the Coastal Trail in Marin Headlands Park, where there's a small parking lot and outhouse bathroom off the circle when coming from Conzelman Road.Take the Coastal Trail until you intersect with Bunker Road (you can even turn right and spit off the trail just before intersecti...
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    • Bodega Bay, California

      Bodega Dunes Beach

      4.0
      Bodega Dunes Beach is located through the same entrance as Bodega Dunes Campground. There is a fee to enter the parking area for day use, but you can also access it without payment if you have a CA State Parks Pass. From the parking area heading toward the beach, you will see two picnic areas wi...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Hawk Hill

      5.0
      0.76 mi / 144 ft gain
      If you're leaving from SF, head over the bridge and exit onto Alexander Ave. Make the immediate left under the overpass and you'll be on the road to Hawk Hill. There's a parking area just below the gate leading up to Hawk Hill. From the parking lot you can walk west about ten yards along the outs...
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    • Sonoma, California

      Sonoma Valley Wine Tour Bike Ride

      This 12 mile bike path starts at a rental shop in Sonoma Country called Sonoma Valley Bike Tours and Rentals. Follow the trail through the quaint residential area and into the back country vineyards and dirt trails. This ride can be anything between a hardcore 2 hour cycling workout with a few in...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Camp at Kirby Cove

      4.5
      Yes, you can camp just over the Golden Gate! Kirby Cove Campground has 4 overnight campsites and 1 picnic area for day use. The campground is set near a coarse-sand beach and offers amazing views of the Golden Gate, as long as it’s not a super foggy SF day. From the parking lot, it's a steep ~1 m...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Headlands Ride to Point Bonita Lighthouse

      4.3
      The Headlands are a quick ride over the Golden Gate. On the ride, you'll see wildflowers, rugged coastline, and the Point Bonita Lighthouse. Once you cross the bridge, take Conzelman Rd up ~700 feet to Hawk Hill. From here, continue on to the lighthouse. On the return trip, head back on Conzelman...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Kirby Cove

      4.7
      2 mi
      This scenic hike is a 1.8 mile out-and-back trail located near Sausalito, CA. From the trail and beach, you'll get scenic of the Golden Gate, San Francisco's skyline, and glimpses of the East Bay. The best news, there's rarely any crowd. Consider packing a blanket and a small picnic. With panora...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Vista Golden Gate

      4.3
      The headlands offer great views of the Golden Gate Bridge, particularly at Vista Golden Gate. You can make the Vista Viewpoint your starting off point to leave your car or if you're riding, just stop in and enjoy the view. This spot allows you to capture views of the Golden Gate as well as Angel ...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Battery Spencer

      4.0
      0.47 mi / 46 ft gain
      This is a very popular spot to hike up to from Conzelman Road. You can find parking in the lot or on the street and do the quick hike up to Battery Spencer. You can get a perfect view of the Golden Gate Bridge and SF from the Marin side of the Bay. This is a unique perspective as you also get the...
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    • Sonoma County, California

      Salmon Creek State Beach

      4.0
      Salmon Creek State Beach located is located just off Highway 1, north of Bodega, California. This beach has a parking lot and restroom on the cliff side, just a short walk down to the beach. DogsBoth North and South Salmon Creek sections of the state beach are not dog friendly due to the Federa...
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    • Glen Ellen, California

      Wolf House in Jack London SP

      There is a museum in "The House of Happy Walls" which Mrs. London built in redwood grove find park information, exhibits and a small sales area there. A nearby trail leads to Jack London’s grave and to the remains of "Wolf House," London’s dream house which was destroyed by fire in 1913. The par...
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    • Glen Ellen, California

      Sonoma Ridge Trail

      9.2 mi / 1955 ft gain
      Sonoma Ridge Trail is a beautiful 9.2-mile out-and-back hike located near Glen Ellen, California. This hike is moderately difficult, with about 1955 feet in elevation change. 95% of the trail is covered in forest shade. Important Notes:Bikes and Horses are permitted on the trails. Dogs are NOT p...
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    • Tiburon, California

      Camp on Angel Island

      5.0
      Thousands of years ago, this island was a fishing and hunting ground for the Miwok Native Americans. It has also been an outpost for the U.S. Army and a cattle ranch. Now, it’s one of the closest places to escape from the hustle of San Francisco and set up camp. Camping on the island requires ba...
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    • Belvedere Tiburon, California

      Mt. Livermore via North Ridge Trail

      4.5
      4.92 mi / 1178 ft gain
      Unless you own a boat or a kayak, this adventure requires a ride on the Blue and Gold Ferry from Pier 41 in San Francisco. But let’s be honest, that’s actually half the fun. Who doesn’t love a ferry ride? Angel Island State Park is the largest island in the Bay, and recommend the 6-mile loop aro...
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    • Tiburon, California

      Angel Island Perimeter Loop

      5.98 mi / 794 ft gain
      Angel Island Perimeter Loop is a loop trail around the circumference of the island in the San Francisco Bay. The island is located near Tiburon, California with views  of downtown San Francisco, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, Oakland, Sausalito, and TIburon as you traverse around the island. ...
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    • Santa Rosa, California

      Joe Rodota Trail

      4.0
      12.67 mi / 174 ft gain
      Joe Rodota Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see wildflowers located near Sebastopol, California.
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