Marin - Stinson Beach

Population-632

The town of Stinson, originally a spot for grazing cows, was originally inhabited by San Franciscan refugees of the 1906 earthquake. This quaint town is bordered by the rolling hills of the Marin Headlands and Stinson Beach State Park, making it a one stop destination for the whole family.

Located along scenic Highway One it is a postcard perfect town, with it’s own quirky personality one can find thier niche in the three miles of sand, surf, restaurants, shops, and trails. Stinson is just 45 minute drive from the city of San Francisco and a 30 minute drive from the main hustle and bustle of Mill Valley. This beachside town is truly living the California dream of wind, waves, and sunshine.

Distance to Golden Gate Bridge/San Francisco 22-28 miles