Beyond Stinson and Bolinas exist a bevy of wild beaches
that turn a typical day on the sand into a truly memorable
coastal adventure. Whether you’re looking to hike, tide-pool
or simply relax with your family, these five littoral treasures
— located within Tomales Bay State Park and Point Reyes
National Seashore — are uniquely tailored to visitor needs.
1 Abbotts Lagoon Beach
An hour walk through coastal shrubs, past two jewel-like
lagoons and sandy dunes — the well-protected home of the
snowy plover shorebird — culminates at this seaside spread,
ideal for bird-watching during migratory seasons.
IF YOU GO Free parking.Restrooms at parking lot. 1.5-mile
walk to beach. No dogs, no bikes, no horses.