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Two major watershed make up West Marin; Tomales Bay in the north and several coastal creeks in the south.

 The cultural history of Point Reyes goes back some 5,000 years to the Coast Miwok people who were the first human inhabitants of the Peninsula. Over 120 known village existed within today National Seashore. Sir Francis Drake is said to have landed there in 1579. In response to the many shipwrecks in the treacherous coastal waters, key lighthouse and lifesaving stations were established in the late 1800s. In the early 1800s, Mexican land grantees established ranchos. They were followed by a wave of American agricultural operations, mostly diaries, which continue to this day.

To the south, the seaside community of Bolinas is the oldest town in coastal Marin. It is separated from the North American continent by the wildlife rich Bolinas Lagoon and the infamous San Andreas Fault line. With only one road in, it’s not quite an island, but a community with an island sensibility. Two and a half miles south is Stinson Beach, with its white sands oceanfront living has one of the best ocean swimming beaches in the North Bay with close access to Mt. Tamalpais State Park and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

The inland community of San Geronimo Valley is a close-knit one made up of four unincorporated towns of Woodacre, San Geronimo, Forest Knolls and Lagunitas, next to the popular redwood camping and creek side hiking of Samuel Taylor State Park.

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