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Point Reyes Seashore National Park

#1 of 26 things to do in Point Reyes Station Features Animals
1 Bear Valley Rd, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956-9799
+1 415-464-5100
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The 100 square miles of this spectacular coast are home to over 400 species of birds.
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1 Bear Valley Rd, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956-9799
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We spent a full day driving and hiking around this park, and still did not see it all. We would definitely go back. The scenery is spectacular. A true highlight was being able to see about 30 elephant seals in their natural environment. I recommend...More

Thank JeffP2
Reviewed 4 days ago

We visited with family and friends to the Seashore national Park.It was quite pleasant to wind up and down the seashore roads. A beautiful view of seashore all along the route.We had wonderful picnic on the sea beach.All the family members enjoyed the trip.

Thank rao321
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Hiking trails from woods to ocean! No boring terrain here. Spectacular views and cool ocean breezes!

Thank Sandra D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

When you're there, it's hard to believe you're so painfully close to the soul disturbing craziness that is San Fran... it's beautiful and quiet and peaceful. Definitely the best part of my trip! Picnics from the truck or tailgate backed up to the sidewalk overlooking...More

Thank Penny A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were supposed to have a family picnic but plans fell through. We showed up 2 hours earlier and noticed the picnic area was full. It was a gorgeous but extremely windy day. We decided to take a short hike to the ancient Indian grounds....More

Thank yurothamotha
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the west most land's end in USA and has a tiny light house at the bottom of a cliff. One need to walk quite a bit to get to the bottom. But the view from there is worth the walk. Could be very...More

1  Thank JupiterNine
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I'm ashamed to say I've lived in CA my whole life, been all over the world, and I just now made it out to Point Reyes. Better late than never, am I right? The drive is beautiful. Be prepared with layers, I was glad I...More

Thank Buhrdy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Plan on taking your time, it takes some time to explore this very large park. There are beautiful beaches, Tule Elk, Deer and the lighthouse. I would recommend spending a couple of days to really appreciate all the park has to offer.

1  Thank csarchibald
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited the Light house. Strong gusty winds. Couldn't walk. I would recommend bringing a cap. Nice scenic drive to the light house

Thank Anirudh M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wish we had more time to really explore this place. We only had a couple of hours to explore on our way home to Central California. It takes at least 45 minutes to drive to the lighthouse one way. There are so many interesting sounding...More

Thank pgamma
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Lisa S
We are really interested in seeing the seals. Will they still be there in May? Also is there any whale watching tours in the area?
22 April 2017|
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Response from TimSamsTravelUSA | Reviewed this property |
Maybe not. Pier 39 you can see them up close and smell them as well. Best place to see killer whales and grey whales as well as dolphins is in the Monterey Bay. They have tours there everyday of the year. If you... More
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staceystokes2015
Hi, I'd like to visit point Reyes with my mother who's in her early 80's. She can walk, but smooth paths are preferable and no more than 1/2 mile at a time. What can we do and see at Point Reyes and how best to get around the park? Should we sign up for a tour that would take us from one part to another? We don't have a car. Thanks!
21 July 2016|
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Response from Keith J | Reviewed this property |
Most of the trails in Pt Reyes would be challenging perhaps for your mother. The trails to the ocean sights are more than .5 mile. Here are the exceptions: Limantour Beach- good drive up and walk way across lagoon for... More
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pepper77_12
Hi! What was the weather like? I'm looking for a quick warm get away from snowy Maine!
15 January 2016|
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Response from mike c | Reviewed this property |
Sorry not sure but it was quite cold in November but very beautiful
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