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Abbotts Lagoon, Point Reyes National Seashore

Easy Trail, flat. 1.2 miles. Bathrooms at trail head and interpretive signs in English along the... read more

Reviewed January 1, 2019
327clintl
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San Francisco, California
A great park for biking

Numerous hiking and biking trails. The maps available in the visitors center are invaluable along... read more

Reviewed December 30, 2018
Mark P
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Denver, Colorado
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Reviewed May 19, 2012

This park is amazing. First...no cost to park, no cost for entry! The views are breathtaking, the smell is so fresh almost feel like your on another planet.

1) Bring a backpack...
2) load it with water, protein snacks and some carbs
3) Additional sweater/jacket...its certainly several degrees cooler by the ocean
4) Binoculars
5) Camera

This place is a piece of paradise on earth. Forget your busy lives, screaming kids, bills etc... Go out for a walk...it's amazing what you'll discover about yourself here.

Date of experience: May 2012
3  Thank DMA70
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Reviewed May 7, 2012

We absolutely love the trails at Point Reyes national Seashore. Here are our favorites in order:
1) Castle Rock. We love this trail over the bluffs. the winds can be high and it can be cold but we absolutely love this trail. It is quite easy and suitable for all ages. One of the best spots for wild flowers in the spring. It is a not to miss either before or after the lighthouse.
2) Kehoe Beach. An easy trail down to the beach. It is never crowded here and the beach is dog friendly. On your way to this beach drive down to Drakes Bay Oyster Farm for some of the freshest oysters right where they are farmed. A must do.
3) Limantour Beach: We like this beach after Kehoe, much larger and usually a little more crowded. It is dog friendly too.

Date of experience: May 2012
3  Thank khaja
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Reviewed March 28, 2012

Take a day to visit this National treasure -- stop at the ranger station for your free maps and advice from a ranger.

Date of experience: March 2012
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Reviewed January 16, 2012

Walked the Kehoe beach trail at the north end of the park. Toilets and lots of parking trail head and very easy and nearly flat 1.5 mile trail to beach (easy for kids or seniors). Grand views of unspoiled sand dunes covered with sea grasses. The pristine beach goes on for miles with migrating whales visible on one side and Tule Elk seen on the other. Some of the most dramatic surf sounds you will ever hear.

Date of experience: January 2012
3  Thank johndhenry
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Reviewed January 9, 2012

The Earthquake trail is a must see. Fairly short with good information markers. The fence is a great visual of the impact of an earthquake. Visitor center is interesting and has cool books, maps, etc.

3  Thank sheeelaaa
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