Landmarks & Sightseeing

Landmarks & Sightseeing

Point Reyes Lighthouse

No trip is complete without a visit to the Point Reyes Headlands and the iconic Lighthouse....

The Marconi RCA wireless receiving stations provided the Pacific Rim with some of the most successful and powerful ship-to-shore communications on the West Coast.

The Phillip Burton Wilderness, located in the southern end of Point Reyes National Seashore, encompasses over 33,000 acres of prime wildlife habitat and recreational trails in the Bay Area.

The San Andreas Fault zone is one of Point Reyes National Seashore's defining features, but most days you can't even see it.

Morgans served many roles in 19th-century American history, including being the official horse of the National Park Service rangers

Science On a Sphere® is a room-sized, global display system that uses computers and video projectors to project complex, planetary data onto a six foot diameter sphere.

Kule Loko

"Kule Loklo" (meaning "Valley of the Bear") is a recreated interpretive village and home to the annual Big Time Festival.

Learn about the rich ranching tradition at Point Reyes National Seashore.

The hike to Alamere Falls in Point Reyes National Seashore is one of the best Bay Area gems and a landmark for any park enthusiast.

Birds

Fresh water mixes with salty ocean water to create a brackish ecosystem at Drakes Estero....

Discover a Deeper Connection

Update:  The Lighthouse at Point Reyes will now be turned on for a special sunset...

Discover the diversity of Point Reyes geology by taking short hikes at three classic...

At the southern end of Point Reyes, the Coast Trail affords some of the most incredible views...

This full day kayaking exploration will take us to the waters where Tomales Bay opens up to...