Point Reyes National Seashore, the ancestral land of the Coast Miwok, sits on the rugged California coast and is just a short drive from the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Rich in history and biodiversity, Point Reyes is the perfect outdoor classroom. The Seashore offers hiking trails across nearly 70,000 acres of wilderness, mountains, beaches, complex dunes, marshes, and scrub. It offers coves and bays for kayaking, trails for equestrians, and opportunities to see hundreds of bird species, tule elk, seals, sea lions, badgers, bobcats, otters, and more – it’s no surprise the Seashore is part of the Golden Gate Biosphere Reserve.
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