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Best things to do in Marshall

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Seafood Restaurant
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“Renowned purveyors of the bay's most popular oysters, the outdoor Boat Bar let's you get em straight from the source. Raw or baked, with other local bites and libations at hand. ”
60local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Delicious local seafood offered in a scenic spot with a fishing lodge feel. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Acclaimed historic oyster bar housed in a low waterfront building on Tomales Bay. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Taste the local flavors straight from the Bay. Buy a bag and prepare to shuck. ”
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Point of Interest
“One of my favourite beaches, in the State Park with full facilities. Great place for a BBQ and a swim! Beautiful hikes from here to Indian beach and Pebble beach ”
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Natural Feature
“If you can, drive up through Point Reyes and hike out Tomales Point. Make a day trip out of it, about 9 miles round trip, in and out trail so can do as much or as little as you want. Totally worth it. This is one of our favorite hikes. If we can't think of another, we will happily take the drive out and do this one if we have a free day!”
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Restaurant
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“Casual fun old fashioned diner, fresh local seafood and BBQ or raw local oysters. Locals night with music.”
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Natural Feature
“Easy access to the Kortum Trail, which hugs the Sonoma coastline. A mix of groomed trail and boardwalk. Good for an early morning run or sunset stroll. ”
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Street Address
“Innovative aquaculture for sustainable seafood. Oysters clams & mussels are keystone species that clean, support & benefit their environment. The farm's efforts protect & restore TomalesBay watershed.”
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Route
“There is hiking and bay swimming -- may be warm or cold depending on the time of year and your courage!”
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Campground
“Go on a Tomales Bay Morning Paddle ($68 per person). Your morning paddle on Tomales Bay is a gentle naturalist-led tour that is perfect for first-time as well as experienced paddlers. ”
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Park
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Seafood Restaurant
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“3 mile drive. Great food, bar, indoor and outdoor dining. Huge public dock. ”
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Street Address
“Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great food & atmosphere. Super vistas as you walk out to the end of their long pier. Reservations suggested for weekend lunch and dinner. ”
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