Mount Tamalpais State Park
If you’re looking to go someplace different for spring break, why not the San Francisco Bay Area? Here’s a look at five of the best reasons to visit the Bay Area over spring, with a little something for students of all ages.
Many of the Bay Area’s best camping spots are within 25 miles of San Francisco.
Father’s Day falls on June 15th, and the Bay Area has a multitude of ways to honor dad this holiday weekend. The whole family can enjoy everything from a mountain-top play to a guided bike tour of the zoo.
There is a multitude of state and local parks, in addition to an enormous National Seashore and National Recreation Area, all offering first-come, first-serve or reservable campsites.
A search for a woman reported missing after a hike on Mt. Tamalpais resulted in the discovery of a body, according to Marin County sheriff’s office officials.
Visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area have an abundance of locations to get in a good outdoor workout. The following are five of the best places to stay fit in the North Bay.
The California Highway Patrol shut down about a two-mile stretch of state Highway 1 in the Mt. Tamalpais State Park near Mill Valley after a single-injury accident involving a motorcycle and a Marin Transit bus with 30 people aboard.
There’s no better way to enjoy a Bay Area winter day than to get outdoors for a dose of Pacific Ocean air—and maybe a rainstorm or two. Here are some ideas for refreshing local hikes, […]