Just 1.5 hours north of San Francisco you’ll find lush rolling green hills dotted with grazing elk, deer, and cows that lead to white sandy beaches that elephant seals call home. There are plenty of fun things to do in Point Reyes from hiking, to kayaking, to eating the best oysters around.
This 13 mile hike is well worth seeing Alamere Falls, a tidal fall that flows straight into the Pacifica Ocean.
A great place for whale watching, a sunset, and on a clear day you can see all the way out to the Farallon Islands.
A popular photography spot, it’s a half mile climb to the Visitor Center and then 313 steps down to the Lighthouse. These stairs may be closed due to high winds.
A popular spot for photographers Monterey Cypress Trees line a short road off of Sir Francis Drake Blvd on the way to the Lighthouse.
Thanks to Tomales Bay, this area is a hotspot for oysters, and seafood in general. Check out Tony's Seafood.