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Parks & nature in Tomales Bay

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. ”
62 locals recommend
Park
“Amazing hike where you see the ocean, the bay, wildflowers, historic buildings, and Tule Elk. Don't miss this. ”
5 locals recommend
Beach
“Miles of sand and dunes. Secret beach hidden after you walk on a easy trail. ”
4 locals recommend
Campground
“Go Crabbing or claming at low tide. Fish off the shore or rent a boat. Theres a small pier although it was closed for refurbishment earlier this year, not sure if open yet. Sand dunes are fun to run jump slide or picnic in. Bait store is a nice little shop also. Boats can be launched off the beach.”
3 locals recommend
Park
“But this beach is my absolute favorite. My grandmother claimed it had the freshest air on the planet. Hand's down, great. A circular walk atop the bluff and drops down to the beach back to the parking lot. Its located north of Pt. Reyes @ 3 1/2 miles. You can see our house from there!. Big parking lot and restroom.”
3 locals recommend
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. ”
2 locals recommend
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Trail
“Hiking a wind-swept iconic trail with the Pacific on one side and Tomales Bay on the other.”
1 local recommends
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Beach
“A nice sheltered cove on Tomales Bay. Tiny Pebble Beach is to the south. Much larger Indian Beach is to the north via a 1 mile loop nature trail.”
1 local recommends
Trail
“Farm to table food including fresh local seafood & wine plus the most delicious homemade pizza. ”
1 local recommends