“Point Reyes is a poem: complex, untamed and raw, yet elegant”
Point Reyes National Seashore, the only National Seashore on the West Coast of Northern California, is less than 30 miles north of San Francisco. Encompassing 100 square miles of coastal wilderness, the park offers 80 miles of pristine coastline and over 150 miles of hiking trails. Rich in biodiversity, the park is home to over 45% of North American bird species and almost 18% of California’s plant species. Thirty-eight threatened and endangered species exist within the park.
When visiting Point Reyes National Seashore, stop at the Bear Valley Visitor Center to learn about the many ways to experience the outdoors at Point Reyes. Kayaking, cycling, horseback riding and wilderness camping is available.
There are many things to discover while visiting Point Reyes. Before you visit, check out the National Park Service website to help you plan your trip.
Explore Point Reyes
Point Reyes National Seashore provides a variety of on and off-road biking opportunities in diverse habitats and terrains. Explore trails through evergreen forests, coastal scrub,… more
A vast network of trails to choose from, year-round accessibility and breathtaking scenery make Point Reyes National Seashore an ideal destination for nature lovers. Whether… more
Point Reyes National Seashore is famous for its abundant wildlife. Visit the Tule Elk reserve, spot whales in their biannual migration or spy elephant seal… more
Tomales Bay — the most popular kayaking destination in the Point Reyes National Seashore — is a 15-mile long, 6780-acre tidal water body and the… more
Point Reyes Lodging
Tomales Bay Resort is located directly on the shores of Tomales Bay. Choose from rooms with fireplaces, kitchenettes, and water views. An active resort for all ages with onsite beaches, kayak rentals, boat launch, swimming pool, and restaurant. Walk, boat, or bike to explore Point Reyes National Seashore from your front door. more
Vaulted ceilings, in-room fireplaces, private balconies perched over a lush garden courtyard with views of Black Mountain — Point Reyes Station Inn bed & breakfast is a peaceful, romantic retreat just minutes from the heart of the village. Dog friendly options. more
Refresh your spirits and escape from city life. Lingonberry is the perfect place to slow down and enjoy simple pleasures — the luxurious garden, curious llamas and the wide open views of farmland, rolling hills, Inverness Ridge and Tomales Bay in the distance. more
Set on a peaceful ten acre farm in Olema, you’ll love the spacious rooms with views and fireplaces, cooked breakfasts and panoramic views of Mt. Wittenberg, Olema Valley, Inverness Ridge and Tomales Bay. more
A peaceful, stylish retreat set in four private acres of orchards and open space, Point Reyes Country Inn welcomes guests to spacious, beautifully furnished rooms, gourmet breakfasts and the tranquility of the West Marin countryside. On-site horse boarding. more
Two peaceful cottages located directly on the shores of Tomales Bay. Located in the historic village of Inverness, minutes from restaurants and Point Reyes National Seashore, you’ll enjoy exceptional privacy, tranquility and unmatched views of the bay. more
Two wonderfully private, spacious cottages set in a garden of climbing jasmine and fruit trees, blooming hydrangeas, geraniums and fragrant herbs — this peaceful garden oasis is the perfect home base for your Point Reyes vacation. more
Traveling to Point Reyes with your horse? Point Reyes Country Inn & Stables offers convenient horse boarding to guests of their three properties. more
An exceptionally peaceful Inn set atop a bluff looking out over an iconic view of rolling grasslands, Tomales Bay and Inverness Ridge — guests come here for the spectacular view, privacy and deep serenity. more