Point Reyes Seashore National Park, Point Reyes Station
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Offering miles of unspoiled coastline, Point Reyes Seashore National Park preserves 28,750 hectares (71,000 acres) of coastal beaches, estuaries, headlands, and wildlife. Start at the visitor center for up-to-date information on the park and the activities available. For wildlife sightings, try the northern part of the peninsula, which is home to a reserve for tule elk and shorebirds. The beaches are excellent viewing spots for whales--especially for the annual migration of gray whales. The seashore provides ample opportunity for bird watching. The park offers 240 km (150 mi) of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. You can get a feel for the ancient people who lived in the area by touring the Coast Miwok Village at Kule Loklo or see what's left of a dairy ranch from the 1850s. The Point Reyes Lifeboat Station is designated a National Historic Landmark. Before you head to Point Reyes Station, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Point Reyes Station tour planner, to make sure you see all that Point Reyes Station has to offer, including Point Reyes Seashore National Park.
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  • We went to point Reyes and it was so beautiful and peaceful. The sites and sounds were amazing and you will have to go to experience for yourself. 
  • We drove on a very clear day to Point Reyes. The park is amazing, so much to see and do. We drove to the light house but unfortunately it was covered in fog so we did not get to see it. So check it ou...  more »
  • Short walk from the parking lot to the lighthouse. Unfortunately the lighthouse was closed on Thursdays. Check the website for schedule. Still lots of beautiful scenery and points you can walk down to...  more »