Point Reyes National Park is only a half an hour from “At the Bay’s Edge”, and it covers over 100 square miles, including 32,000 acres of coastal wilderness area. There are 147 miles of hiking trails, and numerous beaches. Kayaking, biking, hiking, beachcombing, and visiting the Pt. Reyes Light Station are just a few of the self-guided activities awaiting your visit.
The park is also home to one of the largest populations of tule elk and a thriving breeding ground for the once nearly extinct elephant seals. Jutting 10 miles into the Pacific Ocean, the Point Reyes shoreline also offers one of the best spots for viewing the migrations of the California gray whale. There’s truly something for everyone….Have fun!