West Marin is a bit of a drive, but well worth it – for both the scenery and the food.
With only Point Reyes Station, Olema, Stinson Beach and a few other small towns, West Marin is the most rural area in Marin County.
The pioneering spirit of the region’s historic farming families is still going strong in West Marin.
Hand-picked events and happenings you won’t want to miss.
Here are a few new and updated restaurants shaking things up.
David Little is a third generation Marin resident who learned about farming when he agreed to help a friend. Today, Little Organic Farm produces an abundance of produce.
Stemple Creek Ranch is a grass-fed meat producer based in Tomales. Fourth generation rancher Loren Poncia and his wife Lisa Poncia run the family business.
A vegetable farm near the ocean in West Marin produces some wonderful produce.
Gordon Hull shares the many benefits of the ancient beverage he creates at the Heidrun Meadery in Point Reyes.
The Fairfax campground used by Girl Scouts of Northern California may have spookier residents as well.