Bear Valley Visitor Center at Point Reyes National Seashore

Point Reyes National Seashore – There’s Something for Everyone!

Sandy beaches, forested trails, big meadows, and winding roads, Point Reyes National Seashore really is the place to be this summer for anyone who loves being outdoors!

Established in 1972 as a National Seashore, Point Reyes has offered visitors the ability to hike, bike, and swim for the past 50 years and counting! Made up of over 65,000 acres, Point Reyes is home to hundreds of different species of birds, plants, and animals that park visitors are bound to come across as they enjoy everything our site has to offer.

With over 150 miles of hiking trails, Point Reyes offers trail goes a diverse range of hikes to go on, for every skill level, that they can enjoy. Just an hour away from the city, Point Reyes serves as forested escape and allow for a refreshing getaway from day-to-day life in the city!

View of Point Reyes Beach from the trail leading to the Point Reyes Light House.

As we move into the summer months, Point Reyes National Seashore is excited to welcome visitors into our park and share their experiences with all who wander through, myself included! As the Interpretation and Visitor Services intern for Point Reyes, I am excited to learn more about my site in the next few months and create a program that will engage and educate all visitors who are there to listen and learn!

As a Southern California native, Point Reyes National Seashore offers a unique experience for me as I get away from the big cities and get to enjoy some of the best features that Northern California has to offer, and trust me, there are big differences between both regions, which is what I’m excited to share with you all in the coming weeks.

Stairs leading down to the Point Reyes Lighthouse.

I am excited to call Point Reyes my home for the summer and even more excited to get some hard work done!

– Francisco Vazquez

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