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Old Mill Park, Mill Valley

(4.4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Park is small but cute and beautifully. Get there by mistake, because I got lost in the return to San Francisco and I went to mile Valley, ended up crossing the Park and the truth which is a small forest with trees more guys to Muir Woods, but feel the fresh air and nature.
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  • Beautiful grove of old redwoods right next to the Mill Valley Library and the beginning of the Dipsea Trail. Land around the creek is very eroded and creek degraded by too much use. Also many invasive...  more »
  • It is not well signposted, hard to find things in this part of California, assumes we all have GPS and sometimes happens that GPS does not "understand" where you want to go and sends you to the other side. We arrived in Mill Valley, is a very nice village among the mountains, we passed through a park but it was young, more like a square. It is close to the village library, has a little bridge, a stream, and as it was weekend had an open picnic where projected children's movies for a dollar. If you have the possibility of staying in Mill Valley, San Anselmo, Fairfax, etc so please, much more quiet, safe and beautiful than San Francisco Downtown.
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  • Beautiful little park. Met some cool kids who told me very interesting stories about coloring books and cars on the swing set, and also met some really cute and fun dogs there!
  • A wonderful park to take your children, with redwood trees, a creek, and a beautiful public library beside it. Idyllic!
  • A great family friendly place. You can sometimes even smell the wood from the trees
  • Great place to stop in the shade under the redwoods and have a picnic
  • Beautiful, serene place for a picnic. May get a little crowded on the weekends. Little creek at the side which is great for kids to play in.