Want to visit Marin but not sure where to go? Here you can find guides to the county’s cities and towns, plus all the stories that can help you get a better understanding of what each of our county’s communities are about.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: San Anselmo
From its beginnings as a dusty “dry” settlement to present times, San Anselmo has remained a small, tight-knit community.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: Novato
Novato offers something to appeal to every one of its residents, young and old, from history buffs to tech workers.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: Larkspur & Corte Madera
“Twin cities” Larkspur and Corte Madera share a police department and a school district, and the area is a retail mecca.
A Sustainable Center of the Community for 70 Years: The History of Greenbrae’s Bon Air Shopping Center
In the late 1940s, Bon Air was dreamed up with the idea of creating a sustainable community, respectful of the surrounding natural beauty.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: Sausalito
Explore the city of Sausalito; dotted with sailboats, art studios, fun outdoor local events and so much more.
Cities & Towns: West Marin
With only Point Reyes Station, Olema, Stinson Beach and a few other small towns, West Marin is the most rural area in Marin County.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: Mill Valley
Home to showstoppers like Muir Woods and the annual film festival, Mill Valley is one of Marin’s most charming and vibrant towns.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: Tiburon
Once a hotbed of illegal activities like bootlegging, Tiburon is better known these days for its jaw-dropping bay views and natural beauty.
Marin’s Cities & Towns: San Rafael
There are plenty of reasons to love Marin’s county seat.