The Marin County coroner was called to the scene where a vehicle was reported off a cliff next to Highway 1.
Stinson Beach reopened to swimmers, surfers and boogie boarders on Sunday after a five-day closure prompted by a great white shark sighting.
The Chief of the Stinson Beach Fire Department has confirmed to KCBS that a great white shark was spotted off the beach Monday afternoon, prompting a ban on swimming and surfing for at least the next several days.
A fin whale measuring roughly 50 feet died after washing ashore on the north end of Stinson Beach on Monday. There was no word yet on what caused the whale to wash ashore; a necropsy was being conducted to determine the whale’s cause of death.
A local teenage surfer was attacked by a shark at Stinson Beach back in 1998 and now he not only shares his story but has also dedicated his life to advocating for sharks and ocean conservation.
If you’re looking for a special corner of the world that’s a mere hop, skip and a jump from San Francisco, you can hardly do better than Stinson Beach. Check out the numbers: 100 picnic tables, 3.5 miles of sandy beach, 51 acres of grassy park, four restaurants, a grocery store for picnic packing and one all-important ice cream shop.
It might not be the easiest town to find (where’s the sign?) but jump on CA-1 North past Stinson Beach and around the Bolinas Lagoon and hang a left to Bolinas. We’ll discover natural beauty from bird watching to surfing, then we’ll catch some local art and fresh seafood.
Enjoy some fun in the sun with a daytrip to Stinson Beach! Liam Mayclem and Thuy Vu uncover this hidden beach town and explore restaurants just footsteps away from the beach, extravagant and budget friendly […]
The popular Marin County beach was partially closed after an 8- to 10-foot great white shark was sighted around 2 p.m. Sunday.
A U.S. Coast Guard crew has reported spotting a Great White Shark just a few hundred yards off the coast of Stinson Beach in Marin County.