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Point Reyes National Seashore
Today 6:00 am – 12:00 am
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1 Bear Valley Rd Point Reyes Station, CA 94956, United States
1 Bear Valley RoadUSCaliforniaPoint Reyes Station94956
Shore, ParkToday 6:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 6:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 6:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 6:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 6:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 6:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 6:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 6:00 am – 12:00 am
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71,000-acre park boasts a visitor center, hiking trails, expansive beaches & panoramic water views.- Google
"Check for the whales in April, along with all the other diverse wildlife!"
5 reviewers
"Gorgeous park, stunning view with tons of trails (150 miles of them."
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Rick Benito
4 months ago
Gorgeous amazing views everywhere you look in this place water huge cliffs waves wildlife cool trails awesome to spend an entire day here
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Mandy Irvine
8 months ago
I am just in love with this area! It's a great mix of beach and ranch with rolling green hills covered with cows right along the seashore. To me it is just magical. There are so many great hikes to go on and even if you don't want to hike you can picnic or tour the lighthouse. I went with my dad who is in a wheelchair and we went specifically because we knew how handicap friendly it is. Close to the Visitors Center there's a small loop that is wheelchair friendly. The trail is pretty short and flat except for an area where the trail begins. (Small hill going down.) Afterward we went to the lighthouse. Most visitors will have to take the tour bus there but if you have a handicap placard they allow you to drive you own car. Though he couldn't go down the stairs into the lighthouse he was able to relax at the top and enjoy the view. I think it's great how handicap friendly this park is and I was really happy that my dad could enjoy it the same way I could.
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Robert Patterson
2 months ago
Its so gorgeous out in point Reyes i loved going out there with my mom and dad before they passed away.the last time i was out there we scattered my mom and dads ashes at Stetson beach. I love going hiking backpacking and camping out they're it's the perfect place to take your family on a picnic or walk on the beach or even go camping lots of scenery and wildlife to see. It's one of the best coast lines in the world
Cindy Nguy
4 months ago
They have tons of hiking make a day out of it. Just have to make sure it's clear and sunny out to enjoy the scenery. You can't either hike to the light house or Alamere falls. Definitely worth the drive out there. Also stop by Tomales Bay!
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carlos gonzalez
2 weeks ago
Just do yourself a favor and go. I would suggest the Tomales point hike, specifically. Not strenuous at all and the views range from breathtaking to breathtaking.
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Rachel Ceasar
4 months ago
Coastal camp is an ideal begineers' backpacking trip: an easy 1.9miles, with some of comfortable amenities (trash/recycling bins, latrines). A beautiful camping site (especially sites 1-7, very secluded with views of the ocean), but we had to book 6 months in advance to reserve a spot.
Charles Waugh
4 months ago
The beaches and the seals were great ... but watching a feeding frenzy by about 20 pelicans was unique, like being "inside" a TV wildlife program. What is more, the beaches were surprisingly uncrowded.
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Julia Zasyatkina
7 months ago
Such a magical place in California. Point Reyes is great for hiking, camping and beaching. The cliffs are beautiful and the wildflowers bloom free in spring. Wild Cat campground is an awesome place to camp if you can book it far enough in advance. There's a ton of wildlife and so much beauty. I've never been out to the lighthouse because it's always been socked in fog, which is definitely a risk near the coast. Lots of great hikes for all different levels.