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Samuel P. Taylor State Park, Lagunitas

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Samuel P. Taylor State Park has wooded countryside in the steep rolling hills of Marin County north of San Francisco. The park features a unique contrast of coast redwoods groves and open grassland.
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  • This a favorite place for camping for our family. We came in during the week and there few sites available on line .. through Reserved America. Love this particular site .. on the end .. nice back dro...  more »
  • We went here because it was too much of a challenge for this first time visitor to figure out how to get to the Muir Monument with Highway One closed. But we were not disappointed. The only complaint ...  more »
  • Went on a beautiful Friday afternoon in March. Took some snacks and water along, and got some coffee in one of the tiny towns on the way there. We were coming from the East Bay (and encountered some t...  more »
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  • One of my absolute favorite places to visit when I'm in the Bay Area. The weather is practically always amazing except in the winter. Even cloudy summer days can take your breath away. Nothing like walking through enormous Redwoods to remind you how hard we have to work to protect this beautiful planet.
  • Beautiful state park in the redwoods. I love visiting here to hang out for the day or to camp during quieter months. There are bbqs and picnic tables. Great proximity to the coast.
  • Beautiful park tucked away in West Marin. Amazing spot for camping. Day trips to Point Reyes or Stinson Beach or a quick drive to Point Reyes station to coffee at the Bovine Bakery.
  • Nice camping area. Took our boys here for a quick camping trip, and we got the last tent site reservation about 2 weeks out. Clean, safe, and great kid friendly trails.
  • I've grown up coming here, and now I bring my children! They had a new ranger though, and really messed up our camping, but still gorgeous as ever!