Our comprehensive guide to everything going on in Marin and beyond this summer.
Summer is here — time to get out into beautiful Marin in search of fun and adventure.
Summer road trips create a memorable classroom for all things California.
Welcome to one of the most geographically distinct, culinarily expressive and recreationally equipped places on the planet — Point Reyes. To get your summer going we’ve created this map with a mini bucket list of activities and places to…
Northern California in summer produces a glorious spread. Here are a few regional festivals to celebrate the season.
You don’t have to suffer for fashion. These festival-ready items will have you focusing on the important stuff — the music — and staying in style all summer long.
No need to go far — here are three routes to a quick summer getaway kids won’t forget.
Outdoor music fests are one of the perks of California in summer. Here are some Northern California festivals we tune into.
There are countless ways to support the greater Marin community, and summer brings opportunities to do that in the great outdoors.
Six fun ways to get on the water this summer.
We asked you to tag your favorite summer photos with the hashtag #inmarin and you came through.
A baker’s dozen of not-so-faraway restaurants to whet the appetite for your next road trip.
In a county known for hiking, here are six trails guaranteed to not disappoint.
Here are some summer music festivals for everyone, and all are within a day’s driving distance of Marin.
Here are some ways to satisfy your food cravings at the summer's Bay Area festivals.
Cherish Marin’s beauty and ensure its future prosperity by volunteering this summer. Here are some of the opportunities available.
Standard features and new happenings at waterfront dining spots along Marin's highways.
Brave the waters of this treasured spot under the watchful eyes of a sword-wielding statue at Dillon Beach.
Learn the history of our famous backyard mountain.
We’ve scoured Northern California to bring you these 12 notable eateries well worth the drive.
Considering that Marin is the birthplace of mountain biking, it’s only appropriate that we now have a brand-new park solely dedicated to the sport.
In August, the world will tune in to the 2016 Summer Olympics, hosted in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and featuring 42 different sports, including new additions golf and rugby. But there’s no reason our county’s couch potatoes can’t play along on the sidelines. Here are some places to try your hand (or foot) at these feats this summer.
These eight spots may not be as convenient as your local Starbucks, but they’re worth the trek.
These seven venues are keeping Marin’s strong live music tradition alive.
The fleeting colors of the sunset are another story: though varied, their multihued tones return nightly.
For more than 75 years, the Golden Gate Bridge has been the main artery between San Francisco and Marin County. Here are some less well-known tidbits about the bridge and its environs.
With all the beautiful vistas, picnicking in Marin is a great way to celebrate the bounty of our county. Here are some locally sourced provisions that will satisfy any gourmand.
Taking advantage of the proximity of the coastal Marin and Sonoma milk shed, local ice cream makers are keeping things cool. On a hot day, these spots are tops.
In Marin, we have 72 miles of coastline and more than 20 beaches, which means everyone can find a place by the sea.
Sometimes you just need to change your perspective. Nothing can do that quite like hiking to the top of a mountain where you'll see the bay and the county laid out in front of you.