Samuel P. Taylor State Park
After spending more than 20 hours wandering alone in Marin County’s dense redwood forest, 9-year-old Ida Rothschild was reunited with her family. She was found about 2.5 miles from her campsite.
A nine-year-old girl from New Mexico who went missing from a Marin County park campsite was found safe Saturday morning after an all-night search that involved more than 100 people.
Marin County Sheriff’s Office officials are searching Samuel P. Taylor State Park in Marin County Friday night for a 9-year-old New Mexico girl who disappeared Friday afternoon.
A 35-acre wildfire burning in Samuel P. Taylor State Park in west Marin County is 50 percent contained as of Thursday afternoon, a Marin County Fire Department battalion chief said.
Firefighters are at the scene of a 10 to 15 acre vegetation fire at the Samuel P. Taylor State Park in west Marin County near Lagunitas on Thursday morning.
Winter camping for San Francisco means the same breathtaking experience as the rest of the year but fewer crowds, rain-fresh air, flowing rivers, migrating California gray whales and off-season specials. Whether campers set up a romantic tent for two or check into a new cabin, they will enjoy a majestic getaway at what seems like a world away.
The National Park Service has come to the rescue of three California parks -two in Marin County – that were scheduled to close because of state budget cuts.
It might be a last-ditch effort, but movers-and-shakers in Marin County believe they can prevent Samuel P. Taylor State Park in San Geronimo from closing.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration is proposing to close a quarter of all state parks because of budget cuts approved by the state Legislature.