From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches to its open grasslands, brushy hillsides, and forested ridges, Point Reyes offers visitors over 1500 species of plants and animals to discover. Home to several cultures over thousands of years, the Seashore preserves a tapestry of stories and interactions of people. Point Reyes awaits your exploration.
A Natural Sanctuary, A Human Haven
Lighthouse Restoration Updates
The National Park Service is undertaking a large restoration project on the historic Point Reyes Lighthouse which will result in closures.
Winter Shuttle Bus System
Sir Francis Drake Blvd. may be closed from 9 am to ~5:45 pm on weekends & fed. holidays beyond South Beach to visitor motor vehicle traffic.
Elephant seals have returned to the beaches around the Point Reyes Headlands to birth their pups and to mate.
Third Thursday Weeders
Help protect and restore endangered plant and wildlife habitat at Point Reyes. The next workday is scheduled for Thursday, February 21.
Habitat Restoration Program
Help protect and restore endangered plant and wildlife habitat at Point Reyes. The next workday is scheduled for Sunday, February 24.
Kule Loklo Open House & Workday
Visit a replica Coast Miwok village that offers a glimpse of life in pre-European California. The next open house/workday is Sat., March 9.
General Management Plan Amendment
The public scoping period for the General Management Plan Amendment and Environmental Impact Statement closed on November 30, 2018.
Info for Visitors with Disabilities
Find out what accessibility resources are available at Point Reyes National Seashore.
Drakes Estero Restoration
Follow the progress of the restoration of Drakes Estero.
Last updated: February 17, 2019