Point Reyes Guide

Point Reyes Light

Point Reyes Guide

Abalone Inn

"The Wilderness Next Door"
Travelling for a change of pace, be it active or relaxing...

Active & Outdoors

The National Seashore
Birding Paradise

Cycling the Ridges & Roads
Kayaking Discoveries
Horseback Riding
Hiking, Walking & Trails

Lighthouse Adventure

Redwood Glens
Seal Haven
Waterfall Wanderings
Whales Ho!
Wildflowers, Wildflowers


Seasonal Suggestions
Point Reyes Weather
Dramatic Pt. Reyes Space Photo Map

Culture, Entertainment & Dining

Galleries - Artistic Scenery Inspires
Wine Tasting

Fresh Oysters for Romance
Lunch to Luxury

"Natural diversity is very high on the Point Reyes Peninsula due to the mix of marine, brackish, and freshwater ecosystems along with a large number of wetland and terrestrial ecosystems found there. If you enjoy the beauty of natural environments, or rural settings you will enjoy browsing through this guide and perhaps planning a trip to see it yourself."


Point Reyes

Point Reyes from Space
(Photo by NASA from the Earth from Space collection at http://earth.jsc.nasa.gov/)

This spectacular, west-looking, low-oblique photograph highlights the Point Reyes National Seashore located approximately 35 miles northwest of San Francisco. The U.S. Congress created a national preserve in 1962 to include Point Reyes, a triangular peninsula. It is an area of exceptional beauty, with blunt headlands jutting into the sea and grass-tufted dunes lying along sheltered beaches. Within the preserve is the high, forested Inverness Ridge which has a grove of coast redwoods. Offshore rocks house many bird rookeries and sea lion herds. The famous San Andreas Fault (partially filled with water in Tomales Bay) can be seen passing northwest-southeast along the east side of the park. Point Reyes was visited by Sir Francis Drake in 1579.

| Reservations & Amenities | Tour The Inn | Hot Tub & Massage | Directions | Point Reyes Guide |
Seasonal Suggestions | Our Reviews | Retreats |
Home Page |

Call For Reservations
Donna & Ian Larkin, Proprietors
415 663-9149   or  Toll Free  877-416-0458

Abalone Inn All rights reserved.
Web Design by Webspinit Communications

  Abalone Inn