White House Pool

White House Pool

Sir Francis Drake Boulevard (one mile west of Point Reyes Station)
Point Reyes Station, California 94956
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Named after a wide spot in Lagunitas Creek, this 22 acre natural area is located on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, one mile west of Point Reyes Station. The area primarily serves neighboring residents in Point Reyes Station and Inverness.

It is a popular site for bird watching, nature study, wildlife viewing (including Coho Salmon), and kayaking. It offers level walking paths, viewing areas, picnic tables, benches, paved parking, and access to Lagunitas Creek.

Kayla and Her Ball
It was half a century ago, in 1962, that Point Reyes National Seashore north of San Francisco was created to preserve a magnificent stretch of coastline and the farmlands abutting it. Although dogs are allowed on only three beaches within the preserve, the always refreshing rewards of a visit make it well worth the drive.  more »

If you’re a dog, you can thank your lucky stars for the opportunity to live in or visit Marin County, where dog-friendly open space abounds. In the beach department, leash-optional Muir Beach, Rodeo Beach, Bolinas Beach and Dillon Beach are tail-wagger faves. more »
Both you and your four-legged friend will be panting to go when you spy Limantour Beach, a two-mile, wave-washed spit of sand named for a French trader whose schooner was wrecked here in 1841. The cargo he spilled is long gone, but treasure remains for or all to enjoy in the form of crashing waves, bountiful shorebirds, ducks, harbor seals and passing gray whales. more »
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