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.
A fatal crash in west Marin County that blocked state Highway 1 for nearly four hours Saturday was determined to have been a suicide, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
An 83-year-old man died Saturday when his vehicle went into a ravine off of state Highway 1 near Stinson Beach, a California Highway Patrol officer said.