The ONLY National Seashore in California

America’s National Seashores offer opportunities to explore some of the country’s most stunning coastal landscapes.

Managed by the National Park Service, these protected areas range from sandy beaches and dunes to marshes and maritime forests.

Point Reyes National Seashore, located on the rugged California coast, is known for its stunning natural beauty and wildlife.

The park is home to the iconic Tule elk, which roam freely across its grasslands and coastal scrub.

Birdwatchers flock to the seashore to spot migratory birds like the snowy egret, the Peregrine falcon and the endangered California condor.

There is opportunities to observe elephant seals, sea lions, and even migrating gray whales during certain times of the year.

One of the most unique features is the historic Point Reyes Lighthouse, perched dramatically on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

Whale watching is a popular activity during the winter and spring months.

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