Point Reyes National Seashore is known for its wild windswept beauty. The park is located about 43 miles north of San Francisco.

While the spectacular ocean vistas are enough reason to visit Point Reyes, the park features many attractions and things to do.

Point Reyes Light is one of the most beautiful lighthouses in California. View it from above, or climb down 300+ steps to get up close. 

The Cypress Tunnel in Point Reyes is one of the most Instagrammed spots in California. 

While Point Reyes offers many scenic hikes, Tomales Point Trail is a must-do for the epic views of the peninsula tip, plus wildlife viewing.  

Along Tomales Point Trail, you are likely to see tule elk.  In rutting season, you will hear the bugling of the bulls as well.

Drakes Beach is one of the best beaches in Point Reyes. Walk the beach to admire the scenery, enjoy sand play, or bring a picnic.

The hike to Alamere Falls is long but very popular. Alamere Falls is one of two waterfalls in California that are also tidefalls.

Stop in Inverness to snap a photo of the picturesque Point Reyes shipwreck. It's not part of the park, but nevertheless a popular stop on the way. 

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