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I love this park! It has nearly everything from forest, mountains, cliffs, to seashore and beaches. And much of it is connected by trails. With a park map you can create an itinerary that'll suit your needs. I've done lots of different configurations throughout the...More
The hike was completely amazing... during the day. Unfortunately, we started the hike a little bit late and wanted to go to the sky trail and then connect to bear valley loop, which would take us back to the car.
We had estimated this to...More
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Coast Campground site #05 the weekend of Nov 10th. I will be reviewing the site and campground.
Getting there: We checked in at the visitor center to receive our permits and overnight parking pass. The cashier/ranger(?) was very...More
I can only speak for the trail I hiked but will say the Laguna Trail to the campground was nice. It was short but had a steep section. We returned via the Coast Trail and it was relatively flat and a little longer. It was...More
Three of us spent 3 nights in Point Reyes Station and hiked three different trails in the Point Reyes National Seashore area. It was some of the nicest hiking we have done. The perfect weather helped but the trails were all in great shape and...More
Driving from the information centre to south along the ocean coast was at moments a once in a lifetime experience - unforgettable views both up high and down at beach level, wildlife (elk, coyote, seals) and domestic animals on farms - and some treacherous driving...More
From the visitors center to the area near the lighthouse (which was closed) was a 30 minute drive on bumpy roads through small residential areas and dairy farms. The hiking trail is just over a mile of a very narrow path up and down hills...More
Walked this trail on a cloudy afternoon in July, took about forty minutes to walk from the parking lot to the ocean on a flat trail. There's a large parking lot at the trailhead with a single bathroom. The trail passes through some brush and...More