Point Reyes National Seashore is located along the coast of Northern California, less than an hour north of San Francisco. The park is approximately 100 square miles in size and is comprised of numerous beaches, scenic bluffs, grasslands, and forests. With many different ecosystems, there is much to see and learn in the area. Visitors will not be disappointed in what the National Seashore has to offer.
There are numerous activities to enjoy at Point Reyes. The many interconnecting hiking and equestrian trails allow visitors to customize the length and skill level of their route. Point Reyes Lighthouse is a popular spot for whale watching and seeing harbor seals, though both can be seen from the beaches and cliffs as well. Three visitor centers within the National Seashore each have unique exhibits and displays, teaching visitors about the area’s history.
While RV camping isn't offered at Point Reyes National Seashore, backcountry hike-in and boat-in camping is an option at the five campgrounds in the park. For RV guests, there is a KOA about 25 miles from the park with a number of amenities. The National Seashore is open for both camping and day use year-round.