Hidden Marin County – Vacation Ideas

Marin County is a great place for a group of travelers who have different interests to spend a vacation or a long weekend. A visitor’s guide will give travelers information about different types of activities in the area.

Mount Tamalpais State Park is a great place for people who enjoy hiking. The park has more than 50 miles of hiking trails. Those who want to relax during their vacation can have a meal at picnic tables in the park.

If a group of travelers spends a morning in the park, the people who like the big city may claim it is their turn to pick an activity. They can shop at upscale stores in Union Square or unique shops at Fisherman’s Wharf. The whole group will enjoy having dinner while they look out over San Francisco Bay. The stop in San Francisco will not be complete with a trip to see the Golden Gate Bridge.

Travelers can head out into the countryside after visiting the big city and take a tour of the wineries in Marin County. People who want to see the county’s smaller cities can visit specialty shops in Mill Valley or Sausalito. Parents who want to keep small children from getting bored can take them to the playground and the art studio at the Bay Area Discovery Museum in Sausalito. Small children and their older siblings will enjoy jumping around in the bounce houses at PlayLand Sausalito.

Everyone in the group will probably want to visit one of Marin County’s beaches. Those who enjoy hiking can hike to a secluded beach at Pirate’s Cove. Gentle water and plenty of sand at Chicken Ranch Beach make it a great place for a family outing.

People who are planning a getaway to Marin County can learn more about the area from a visitors guide or vacation brochure.

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