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Marin Camping

Marin is not a typical county, and neither is the camping. Here you don’t get your basic flat, nondescript campground with some trees and visits from an occasional deer or skunk. This is camping with an edge, or even on the edge. Marin camping means you can be perched on a cliff listening to crashing waves, on an island admiring twinkling city lights, or among refreshing redwoods and lush ferns. There are adventures for all tastes and levels right in your own backyard.

Click below for detailed information about each campsite:

Angel Island

Marin Headlands

Samuel P. Taylor State Park

China Camp

Mount Tam

Point Reyes National Seashore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Things to do in Marin

Q&A with Sean Hayes

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Q&A with John Craigie

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Q&A: David Berkeley

In the lead-up to his upcoming show at the Berkeley City Club, the musician chats about his literary side and what inspires him.
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