Point Reyes Lodging


Point Reyes WildflowersOver 60 species of wildflowers have been counted on the coastal plateaus of Point Reyes. Few areas in North America have the variety of habitats found within the 100 square miles on the Point Reyes Peninsula. Spring displays in March, April and May of wild iris, lupine, tidy tips, buttercups & poppies make it hard to believe that these meadows were not planted. If you should need help in planning your wildflower walks, give us a call and we'll be happy to assist you. Here are some hints:

Chimney Rock Trail
Trail: 1.6 miles, 100' elevation change
huge variety of flowers in late April
Tomales Point Trail
Trail: 9.4 miles, 1000' elevation change
stunning display of wild iris
Kehoe Beach Trail
Trail: 1.2 miles, 100' elevation change
Abbotts Lagoon Trail
Trail: 3.0 miles, 100' elevation change

Further Reading:

  • Coastal Traveller Article
  • Point Reyes National Seashore, A Hiking and Nature Guide, Don and Kay Martin
  • The Natural History of Point Reyes, Jules Evens
  • Saving the Marin-Sonoma Coast, L. Martin Griffin, M. D.
  • National Park Service Trail Maps

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