Geotourism MapGuide Welcome to California's Redwood Coast

Long famous as the home of the world's tallest trees, this scenic region is so rugged that explorers continue to look for new "champion" redwoods. Join us in celebrating California's Redwood Coast: a region that offers sparkling beaches, cascading rivers, quiet countryside, historic communities and a forest as old as the dinosaurs.

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 King Range Wilderness

King Range Wilderness

Photo © Gary Pritchard-Peterson

The King Range Wilderness is the largest congressionally-designated coastal wilderness in the lower 48 states, consisting of nearly 43,000 acres. The King Range Wilderness encompasses over 35 miles of wilderness coastline and features more than 80 miles of hiking trail, including the Lost Coast Trail along the coastline and the King Crest Trail that tops out at 4,088 feet only three miles from the...
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Dining Room

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 Station House Cafe

The Station House Cafe has been serving the West Marin community and visitors to the California coast since 1974. The Cafe offers American cuisine, using fresh local, organic and sustainable ingredients, supporting local farmers and harvesting from its own gardens when the season allows. Open...
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Making cheese

Photo © Steve Quirt

 Cowgirl Creamery

In 1997, Sue Conley and Peggy Smith opened Cowgirl Creamery in Pt. Reyes Station, a picturesque postage-stamp-of-a-town on the coast about an hour north of San Francisco. They started with an old barn, made it beautiful, put in a small plant for making hand-crafted cheese, bought organic milk...
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