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Tomales, Point Reyes Things To Do Contact us by phone. Purchase an Apple Garden Cottage Gift Certificate

Pack an alfresco lunch for your day at Dillon Beach, or your bicycle tour through the beautiful Chileno Valley, or take a leisurely drive aroundTomales Barn Tomales Bay to Pt. Reyes! Rejuvenate at Osmosis day spa with a massage, a few minutes away in Freestone.

The Cottage at AppleGarden is also the perfect central location for day trips to San Francisco, the wine country, or the Highway One coast route. Return at the end of the day to the peaceful farm and relax; enjoy the birdsongs, wild turkeys and other wildlife.

Dillon Beach Resort is located at the mouth of Tomales Bay. Six miles or 5 minutes west of Tomales, the mile long white beach is great for running, shell collecting, surfing and boogie boarding.
http://www.dillonbeachresort.com/resort.html

Enjoy a day of viewing and photographing wildlife in Point Reyes National Seashore on a safari with Daniel Dietrich. www.pointreyessafaris.com  

Tomales History Center. Visit the museum and discover the history of the beautiful area. Tomales History Center
http://www.tomaleshistory.com

Plan to explore the wonderful local cheesemakers in our area; cheese pairs so well with our own hard cider!
http://www.cheesetrail.org/

Osmosis Day Spa. Experience relaxation in a cedar-enzyme soak or treat yourself to a soothing massage and facial.
http://www.osmosis.com

West Marin Food & Farm Tours: Experience Point Reyes in a whole new way – come along on a gourmet guided tour of West Marin’s culinary hotspots and sample the best wines, cheeses, breads, pastries, produce, grass-fed meats and oysters in the area. Enjoy exclusive behind-the-scenes tours and tastings and discover what makes West Marin so unique.  Book a tour and prepare for an incredible edible adventure!
http://www.foodandfarmtours.com

Point Reyes National Seashore has miles of beautiful trails within its 64,000 acres with a variety of terrain to suite every walker and hiker. There is a boat ramp at Miller Park offering easy access to the Bay for boating, fishing, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. (Parking is available at AppleGarden for a small boat trailer; confirm size when making reservation).
http://www.nps.gov/pore/planyourvisit/index.htmKayak Tomales Bay

Five Brooks Stable is a full service riding stable for the whole family, specializing in providing guided trail rides for park visitors who desire an alternative method to enjoy the scenic splendor of the park.
http://www.fivebrooks.com

Blue Waters Kayaking (or Tamal Saka) on beautiful Tomales Bay, at Marshall, near the Marshall Store. Guides are naturalists and skilled kayakers.
http://www.bwkayak.com

Tomales Bay. Discover all the local attractions of West Marin.
http://www.pointreyes.org

Visit the historic settlement of Fort Ross a few miles up the coast with its outstanding scenic beauty and to learn about local, California, or world trade history.
http://rrparks.mcn.org/fortrossMarshall Store

Local Restaurants (within about 20 minutes) include:

K&A Takeaway (Tomales)
http://www.yelp.com/biz/k-and-a-take-away-tomales

Saltwater Oyster Depot (Inverness)
 http://www.saltwateroysterdepot.com/

Sir&Star (Olema)
http://sirandstar.com/

Hog Island Oysters
http://www.hogislandoysters.com

Marshall Store Oyster Bar and Deli
http://www.themarshallstore.com

Nick’s CoveStation House Cafe
http://www.nickscove.com

Rocker Oysterfellers (dinner Wednesday thru Sunday)
http://www.rockeroysterfellers.com

Tomales Bakery (open mornings Thursday thru Sunday only)
http://www.yelp.com/biz/tomales-bakery-tomales

Station House Cafe
http://www.stationhousecafe.com

Osteria Stellina
http://osteriastellina.com

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