Point Reyes Station is a
small village is located next door to the magnificent Point Reyes
National Seashore and at the end of Tomales Bay. It is an old
Railroad Town and still is important as a dairy center. Every day
at noon a great loud "moooo" can be heard as the middle
of the day to celebrate it historic purpose.
Point Reyes is a popular
destination for those who love the water and the great outdoors.
Hiking and birding can be enjoyed year around. Sea Kayaking is
said to be the best. The ageless beauty of the Marin coastline and
100,000 acres of open space will remain unspoiled thanks to the
creation of the Point Reyes National Seashore and the Golden Gate
Recreation Area. You can enjoy the extraordinary scenery and
wilderness, abundant wildlife, and explore miles of beaches and
tide pools, lush forests and rolling meadows of wildflowers and
extensive hiking trails. The National Seashore is one of the top
birding spots in the United States. The protected coastal land
offers habitats for water birds, shorebirds and land birds along
the Pacific migrational path. Over 45 percent of all the types of
birds are known to inhabit North America have been spotted here.
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Bed and Breakfast Inns
Point Reyes, California
Reyes Seashore Lodge Point Reyes / Olema
an elegant country inn, adjoins the Point Reyes National
Seashore Park on Olema Creek, only an hour away from San
Inn, Muir Beach
Northern California country inn that captures the spirit of
sixteenth-century England scarcely 20 minutes from the Golden