Charles F. McGlashan Pathway

A scenic connection from Tennessee Valley to the Mill Valley/Sausalito Pathway.

Rangers Recommend

  • Asphalt and boardwalk .6 mile pathway offers easy access to people of all abilities and fitness levels.
  • Enjoy scenic creekside views.
  • The western end of the pathway is a short way from the Tam Valley Community Center.
  • The pathway is named in honor of former Marin County Supervisor Charles F. McGlashan, an environmentalist and advocate for non-motorized transportation.
  • Friendly dogs welcome on leash.


dog on leash
Dogs On Leash
Wheelchair Accessible

Know Before You Go

  • Due to COVID-19 pandemic, visitors must maintain six feet of social distance, and carry a face covering to wear when necessary.
  • Be courteous to others on the pathway, especially when approaching or passing.
  • There are no bathrooms or other amenities along the pathway.