Camping, Hiking & Trails

Camping, Hiking & Trails

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Camping, Hiking & Trails

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.

Great Blue Heron

The animal life found at Point Reyes National Seashore is as varied as the landscape itself, and ranges from large marine mammals such as the Blue whale to the relatively small, endangered Myrtle's Silverspot butterfly.

These maps will help you plan your adventures in the park.

Chimney Rock_Galen Leeds

For those who would prefer to RV or car camp, there are a number of campgrounds in near the park.

Wildcat Camp

One of the best ways to experience Point Reyes National Seashore is to sleep under the stars...

Hikers_Carlos Porrata

Whether you are visiting the park for the first time or live locally, trails offer people of...

Alanna Sobel

Volunteer on the trail, or schedule a group of 20 - 80 people who want to give back to the park community by helping to restore, maintain or build new trails at Point Reyes National Seashore.

Discover a Deeper Connection

Learn How to Use Poles for Hiking & Outdoor Exercise

Learning how to use poles enables you to engage your whole body while hiking and significantly...

Secret Caves and Hidden Beaches

We’ll hike briskly 4 miles south on Limantour Beach to reach Sculptured Beach before the tide...

Selected Trees of Point Reyes

Meet the arboreal residents that call Point Reyes home. Whether you know them by sight or all...

Trees of Point Reyes: A Weekend Intensive Retreat

Learn to identify and tell the stories of the trees that call Point Reyes home. See different...