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San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods & Wine Country w/ optional Gourmet Lunch
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San Francisco Super Saver: Muir Woods & Wine Country w/ optional Gourmet Lunch

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Combine two of San Francisco’s top area attractions—Muir Woods and Wine Country—on this tour, which saves you valuable vacation time and dollars. At Muir Woods, enjoy convenient drop-off without fighting for parking, and take your time exploring the redwoods. Head for Sonoma and Napa for visits to three wineries, where you can taste vintages without worrying about who will do the designated driving.
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LoveToTravel524 wrote a review Oct 2020
Santa Cruz, California1,146 contributions259 helpful votes
We have visited and wine tasted in Sonoma for 40 years and stayed in Glen Ellen a number of times and this was our first visit to the park (prior to a wine tasting at nearby Benzinger). It was humbling to see the burned remains of the Wolf House considering this Wine Country area is being ravaged by wildfires every summer now. Interesting to visit the simple grave of Jack London and the beautiful vineyard that is part of Beauty Ranch. Very enjoyable visit and followed by a drink on the lovely Creekside patio at the Jack Saloon in downtown Glen Ellen.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jack R wrote a review Oct 2020
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What a GEM! Jack London is California’s first native born novelist and this State Park is a chance to walk in his footsteps and appreciate his creativity and uniqueness. From the self-guided walking tours of Wolf House, the Beauty Ranch, and his cottage to the more extensive hikes up to London and Fern Lakes, is truly a walk back into the early 1900s. Unfortunately due to Covid the museum house was closed, and a return trip when it’s open is a must. I never tire of this State Park and the history it contains. Always include a picnic lunch to enjoy on property.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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kitkatSouthJersey wrote a review Sep 2020
Livermore, California204 contributions81 helpful votes
Such a fantastic trip back in time to the early 1900s. This property is rich with History . You can go in/around many of the buildings and truly appreciate the architecture of farming . Trails are easy to walk with slight incline. You can make it a short or longer event but definitely do this one.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SanFrancisco2121 wrote a review Sep 2020
Phoenix, Arizona83 contributions23 helpful votes
We arrived on a hot day, thinking the trees will provide cool shade to walk around. That didn't happen. We hardly managed to walk 5min to the cottage, that was closed due to Corona, and back. Within 10 min of entering the park we were on our way out, minus $10 entry fee. Oh well, lesson learned.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Thaila S wrote a review Aug 2020
San Mateo, California44 contributions31 helpful votes
This is a beautiful state park and we spent an enjoyable morning. However, there are no paved biking trails and our kids found it too challenging to bike on the multi-use trails, which have lots of stones and are sandy. So unless you are an experienced biker, I would suggest sticking to hiking. There were very few people when we went, so easy to socially distance.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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