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Parken en natuur in San Rafael

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“China Camp State Park Loop is a 8.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. It has gorgeous bay views at a couple points and is well marked. This trail is used by both hikers and mountain bikers.”
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Park
“You can walk up our road, which ends at a fire road that takes you right up into China Camp. Keep walking up, and you'll soon be able to see all around the Bay, from Mt. Tamalpais to the Golden Gate to Mount Diablo in the East Bay.”
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Park
“Big grassy lawn area, small beach but no waves which is nice for little kids. Very pretty & great hiking right next to the beach in China Camp State Park.”
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Trail
“Our local park in next door Ross offers access to dozens of trailheads, both hiking and bike routes. The parking lot is small and you may have to wait in line for a space. If there's a line up of waiting cars be patient, it doesn't take too long for a space to open up. To avoid the wait altogether, we often have our daughter drop us off at the park and we hike home from there. The park is about a 5 minute drive from 274 Oak.”
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Park
“This small park with grass and benches in the center of San Anselmo was donated by George Lucas of Star Wars Fame, a local resident. Go here to hang our and see the bronze statues of Yoda and Indiana Jones.”
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Campground
“Serene beach and small Chinese museum on SF Bay. Children play in the water on warm days. Folks often kayak from there. It has picnic tables.”
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Park
“There a number of great hiking trails accessible from this school parking lot! I particularly like the Yolanda Trail!”
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Playground
“Great park for pre-school and elementary school aged kiddos. Swings, slides, monkey bars, sandbox, benches, picnic areas. My kids love it.”
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Speeltuinen

Playground
“Great park for pre-school and elementary school aged kiddos. Swings, slides, monkey bars, sandbox, benches, picnic areas. My kids love it.”
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Park
“hiking and biking along Corte Madera Creek all the way to the Larkspur ferry, also a bike path thru an old train tunnel to San Rafael”
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Stranden

Park
“Big grassy lawn area, small beach but no waves which is nice for little kids. Very pretty & great hiking right next to the beach in China Camp State Park.”
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Park
“20 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails and fire roads with scenic North Bay overlooks. From "Easy" to "Hard" options. Take an easy stroll or go for a hard workout.”
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Wandelpaden

Trail
“Our local park in next door Ross offers access to dozens of trailheads, both hiking and bike routes. The parking lot is small and you may have to wait in line for a space. If there's a line up of waiting cars be patient, it doesn't take too long for a space to open up. To avoid the wait altogether, we often have our daughter drop us off at the park and we hike home from there. The park is about a 5 minute drive from 274 Oak.”
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Trail
“The original single track mountain biking trail. An 8 mile loop famous with the local mountain bikers.”
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Trail
“To get a feel for giant coastal redwoods in their natural habitat, step out of downtown Larkspur and into the majestic redwood groves on King Mountain. The trees here are bigger than the ones around SF. Take the Ladybug Trail to gushing Dawn Falls or circuit the mountain’s mixed woodlands on the Loop Trail. Listen for calls of the pileated woodpecker, one of the largest old-growth forest birds in North America with a striking red crest. And watch out for precious banana slugs below, a prized decomposer of coastal forests.”
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