Offered near the campground.
Another great way to see point reyes national seashore is via bicycle. the area provides a variety of off-road biking opportuni...Read more
For those of you who would rather travel on water than land, tomales beach is the perfect place to dock! here you can participa...Read more
Point reyes is surrounded by the beautiful and abundant pacific ocean, making it a great spot for fishermen. over 130 different...Read more
The national seashore has about 150 miles of magnificent hiking trails to explore and run around. just check out some of the ...Read more
With over 120 miles of trails that take you through forested mountain tops, grassy meadows, coastal scrub and miles of white sa...Read more
Feel like playing with some seals or dipping your paddle into clean waters full of glowing bioluminescence ? well, this is th...Read more
Point reyes gets a significant amount of wind and is often a viable option for kiteboarding. just be sure to check up on the s...Read more
Point reyes has some quality surfing options for the more intermediate-advanced surfer. there’s less crowds up here (i’m sure t...Read more
Bass lake is located 2.8 (fairly easy) miles in from the parking lot at point reyes park. this popular swimming spot is warm (c...Read more
Jutting 16 kilometers (10 miles) into the pacific ocean, the headlands of the point reyes peninsula offer one of the finest sp...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Coast Camp.
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Bike access via Firelane Trail for bike camping (3 mi one way). It's a fire road that also begins by the Point Reyes Hostel, before the paved parking area that has the hiking trail access (Laguna Trail head). Fire road begins by an enclosed metal bar gate.
We enjoyed the gentle 2 mile hike from the lot near the PR Hostel through the winter drizzle. We frolicked on the beach amid confused seabirds, who felt like, just this once, they'd have the joint to themselves. We pitched our tent in a dewy mist at site 4, where a puddle had inconveniently formed directly in front of our fox box. We did not take this as a harbinger of doom, and were invaded by furry bandits in a pouring deluge at roughly 1:25 am, when we suddenly realized there was an awful lot of trash in the surrounding bushes. Two take aways: never, under any circumstances, bring food into your tent AND don't camp seaside with no cover when there is a 100% chance of rain. Also: always pack Tenacious Tape.
Stayed at Camp 6--I thought it would be right on the coast, but it's more inland and a bit of a walk to the beach. You can still see the ocean from the site though. Also, absolutely no shade at campsite 6, so be aware on hot days. It is also a far walk from bathroom and water. There's a big Eucalyptus tree towards the beach, where there's shade and a swing.
Perfect backpacking trip for first timers! We left from Bear Valley Visitor Center and took Mt. Wittenberg Trail. We continued on Mt Wittenberg trail to Woodward Valley. Would definitely recommend, it was a little challenging but mostly you are ascending down in elevation. We then took the Coast Trail to Coast Camp. Amazing views!!!! We stayed at Coast Camp in site #6 which was perfect. We couldn't see or hear our neighbors really at all. All of the sites #1-7 seemed pretty nice. They also have some group campsites but they aren't as private. You can walk from the coast camp sites on a short trail to the beach. Huge beach with beautiful sand and not too many people around.