Marin County Vacations
Marin County car rentals are a must for this beautiful area. Start in Marin Headlands and explore the rest of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area before heading to Sausalito. While there, gaze across the bay at San Francisco, or take the ferry to Angel Island for a better view. Drive through Mill Valley to visit Muir Woods National Monument, then head up to Mount Tamalpais, or "Mount Tam" as it's known to locals. Find more coastal views at Stinson Beach and drive along Highway 1 to see the rugged beauty of California's northern coast. Continue on to Pt. Reyes National Park, a breathtaking peninsula known for great hiking and wildlife. If you have time, it's well worth it to check out Tiburon and the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael. The futuristic-looking bright blue building was designed by noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright and has been featured in films. Know your plan before you go— Marin County hotels can be pricey, so try to book in advance to get the best deals.
Recurring Festivals and Events
Travel packages to Marin County will make things easy so you can focus on outdoor adventures. The oldest cross-country running event in the U.S. takes place annually in Marin County. The 7.5-mile Dipsea Race starts in Mill Valley before heading over the hill to finish at Stinson Beach. Looking for leisure? Catch the Sausalito Arts Festival every Labor Day weekend by land or by sea—an anchored boat will treat you to a backstage seat to the show. Use Travelocity to book Marin County vacation packages: The Travelocity Price Guarantee ensures the lowest price and a refund of the difference if you find a better price.