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San Francisco 1-Hour Seaplane Tour with Shuttle Transport
"Hop on a complimentary shuttle at Pier 39 in San Francisco or make your own way to the seaplane base in Sausalito a beautiful bayside city just a couple miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. After a briefing from your expert pilot board a 6-passenger seaplane — a fixed-wing aircraft capable of taking off and landing on water — and take to the skies.Fly over Marin Country to Tomales Bay a long narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean known for its oyster farms. Then it’s on to the Point Reyes National Seashore a scenic park preserve marked by rocky headlands
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San Francisco 1-Hour Seaplane Tour with Shuttle Transport
"Hop on a complimentary shuttle at Pier 39 in San Francisco or make your own way to the seaplane base in Sausalito a beautiful bayside city just a couple miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. After a briefing from your expert pilot board a 6-passenger seaplane — a fixed-wing aircraft capable of taking off and landing on water — and take to the skies.Fly over Marin Country to Tomales Bay a long narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean known for its oyster farms. Then it’s on to the Point Reyes National Seashore a scenic park preserve marked by rocky headlands
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"Best of Marin County Food Tour: Hog Island Oyster Farm
Best of Marin County Food Tour"Best of Marin County Food Tour: Hog Island Oyster Farm Cowgirl Creamery Brickmaiden Breads""Your Marin food tour starts at Tomales Bay Foods in Point Reyes Station where you’ll meet your expert guide and receive a brief culinary history of West Marin. Then it's off to explore local businesses to get a glimpse into this region’s famous food culture. Next
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More Off The Beaten Path in Point Reyes Station

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Failed attempt to build Russian America

If you have some time, you might drive further 60 miles north to visit an amazing place, Fort Ross, a testimony of a failed attempt, the building of Russian America in the XVIIIth and XIXth, from...
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Side Paths along road

Along the road to the lighthouse on the last 400 meters before the parking there are some small paths leaving the road to lookouts. I found three, of which one was a lookout to watch the sealions...
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Watch the sealions below the cliff

Well, you can't approch them as Point Reyes has very high and steep cliffs, but there is a place where you will find a lookout to watch them sitting on rocks down at the water.How to get there: Before...
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Flowers along the way: Arroyo Lupine

Thank you Annapet for giving a name to flowers I've seen growing on the Marin County hillsides all my life. These are one type of lupine that grow around here. These guys get big, shrubby and hearty....
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Flowers along the way: White Thistle

Not often seen, this was a gorgeous, huge, white thistle plant. Not like the taller purple thistle that grow abundantly through the Marin hills, the white thistle is low to the ground and wide. Neat!...
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Flowers along the way: Berries and Spiderwebs

Near the beach were large shrubs with these red berries. I want to think they're raspberries, but I don't believe we *have* wild raspberries on the West Coast. Perhaps I'm wrong? Regardless, I loved...
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Wildlife along the way: Gopher

This little guy was going crazy on the grass near the bathrooms at Coast Camp. He was rolling around on the grass, flipping, rolling, darting about. When we'd get somewhat near, he's stop for a moment...
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Wildlife along the way: Deer

On Sunday evening, just before sunset, a mother doe and her fawn came walking across the campground. They bounded up the hillside and stopped to graze for a while. I only wish I had a telephoto on my...
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Wildlife along the way: Rabbits

Not ON the trail, but slightly off of it, we came across this sweet bunny. We heard tell at the ranger station that baby bunnies had been spotted here the day before. This was the only bunny we saw,...
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Wildlife along the way: Birds

Pelican patrol the Point Reyes coastline. I was lucky enough to capture this one with my camera on a clear, blue morning.
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Flowers along the way: Foxglove

How about a little wild foxglove? I told Yubert not to eat this flower (as though he would). Unless he needs a dose of Digitalis, of course.
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Top Hotels in Point Reyes Station

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Off Limantour Rd., Box 247, , Point Reyes Station,
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12050 Calif. 1, P.O. Box 501, Point Reyes Station,
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31 Cypress Road, Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United States
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12700 Highway #1 , Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United States
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12430 State Route One, Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United States
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11591 Highway One, Point Reyes National Seashore, Point Reyes Station, California, 94956, United Sta
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Things to Do Near Point Reyes Station

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Marin County Center

Public library at the Marin County Civic Center. Not a spectacular collection, but what a great spot for a library, the room is right underneath the cupola of this amazing building designed by Frank...
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San Rafael Mission

Originally a sub mission to San Francsico's Mission Dolores, San Rafael Arcángel was established as an independent mission in 1822. In 1834 San Rafael's mission was the first to be secularized by the...
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Muir Woods

LOOKING UP AT THE TREES ACTUALLY MADE ME DIZZY ...LOVED OUR LITTLE WALK TO LOOK AROUND BEFORE WE WENT TO SAN FRAN. THE TREES ARE HUGE AND NO PICTURE CAN DO THEM JUSTICE. IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG .. I...
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China Camp Park

Buckeye Point is part of China Camp State Park. I like this spot, kinda, because it is a short walk to the water, and it has an outdoor shower. Also a restroom. It's hardly used so there normally are...
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Viansa Winery

Popular in the Sonoma Area. Viansa was founded by a Samuele Sebastiani descendant Sam Sebastiani in 1989 due to a split in the Sebastiani Family and the new Winery was named Viansa (for Vicky and Sam...
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Sausalito

Riding over the bridge, the views are expansive over the harbour (pic 4) and when you reach the other side you can look back and see the bridge from a different angle (pic 5). So, as you descend the...
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Top 5 Point Reyes Station Writers

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jessicadf

"Point Reyes National Seashore"
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karenincalifornia

"Point Reyes National Seashore"
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JLBG

"The windiest & foggiest place on the Pacific Coast"
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gubbi1

"What a coast line..."
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100ACRE

"Welcome to Point Reyes!"
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