Samuel P. Taylor’s State Park’s landscape ranges from shady canyon groves to oak-studded grasslands to the rolling hills atop Mount Barnabe. Nestled in 2,882 acres of wooded countryside in west Marin County, it enjoys a mild climate ranging from dense fog and rain to full sun. Summer temperatures average in the low 80’s with winter lows of high 50’s. Dressing in layers is recommended.
Hiking, Biking, horseback riding, picnicking, Wildlife and Bird watching.
The redwood groves have 61 family campsites with restrooms, hot showers and piped drinking water. Some parking spaces can accommodate small trailers, but none have hookups.
Two group campsites can also be reserved. Devil’s Gulch Horse Camp #1 has a corral, hitching racks, watering troughs and a campsite for up to 20 people.
To reserve any site, call (800) 444-7275 or visit www.parks.ca.gov.
Open All Year
ADA Accessibility Notes
ADA accessible campsites, parking and restrooms with showers are available. Visit http://access.parks.ca.gov.
Pet Friendly Notes
Dogs on leash in designated areas.
For More Information, Contact:
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
8889 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., P.O. Box 251, Lagunitas, CA 94938