Marin County Parks

Parks & Preserves

Looking up into redwood tree canopy

Parks &
Preserves

Hike, bike, ride, paddle, swim, play. There are 18,400 beautiful acres to explore. Find fun things to do in Marin County's 39 parks and 34 open space preserves.

Discover & Learn

Parks naturalist portrait

Discover &
Learn

Parks naturalist notes it's time to look for wild flowers. Rangers recommend trails with canyon views and big oaks.

Projects & Plans

Detail from Stafford Lake Master Plan

Projects &
Plans

Parks is getting ready for spring. Check out all the projects, from habitat restoration, to road and trail, to park improvements.

Calendar

What's Happening Now

Marin County Public Health has issued an updated order requiring residents to stay at home, except for essential activities. The new order extends through May 3, 2020.

 

Parks and open spaces are closed to motorized access. Community members may walk or bike to nearby preserves, parks, and pathways for necessary exercise, while maintaining social distancing. People with disabilities that affect mobility may access parks by motorized means as needed. See Marin County Parks COVID-19 updates.

 

These social distancing restrictions are the most powerful tool for slowing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Stay home. Save lives.