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Kayaking Tomales Bay, CA

Watersports on the California coast.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Unknown
Length: 18.1 miles
Duration: Unknown
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Overview :  Just a short drive across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, the Marin County peninsula has a mountainous center surrounded by... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Blue Waters Kayaking

Meet your guide (bring your own packed lunch) in Inverness. You’ll split the day between paddling along the Point Reyes peninsula, looking for seals, and hiking into Tomales Bay State Park; elk-spotting tours are also available.

Address:
12938 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.,
Inverness, CA 94937

Phone:
(415) 669-2600

2. Olema Inn & Restaurant

Only a two-minute drive from the Point Reyes Visitor Center, the Olema Inn & Restaurant has a countryside feel that befits its history as an 1876 inn where area farmers and ranchers got together. Old kitchen implements and century-old pine floorboards from a Virginia tobacco warehouse add to the heritage aspect of the (sometimes loud) dining... More

3. Nick’s Cove & Cottages

Just an hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Area restaurateur Pat Kuleto’s 1930’s-era fishing lodge looks straight out of an Edward Hopper painting with its rusted gas pumps and vintage Coca-Cola signs. Details that in lesser hands might seem cloying—shell-frame mirrors; mounted moose heads—fit naturally in this rustic corner of Marin. Our... More