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Samuel P. Taylor State Park

Samuel P. Taylor State Park, California

Majestic redwoods, rolling hills, oak studded grasslands and flowing creeks combine in a gorgeous display of natural beauty at Samuel P. Taylor State Park. This Marin County staple contains over 2,700 Read more...
Majestic redwoods, rolling hills, oak studded grasslands and flowing creeks combine in a gorgeous display of natural beauty at Samuel P. Taylor State Park. This Marin County staple contains over 2,700 acres of redwood and grassland, including 600 acres of old-growth forest. The park offers a vast network of hiking trails, which make it relatively easy to hop to the top of Mount Barnabe. Needless to say, you will not be disappointed when you visit this gorgeous park.
Camp Taylor Area
Alex
Alex: Sites 2-17 all have a frustratingly clear view of the major roadway Frances Drake Blvd, would recommen...
Devil's Gulch Group Campground
Alex
Alex: Kinda pricey, just looked up Group Tent sites on park.ca.gov and it's $50/night. Worth it if you're ca...
Madrone Cabins
Stephanie
Stephanie: The website indicates no dogs allowed. "Dogs or other pets are not allowed in the cabin area, violator...
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