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The Lodge at Tiburon, is a fine hotel near Sausalito. It is ideally located near the major attractions of Tiburon and Sausalito. Experience our hospitality along with the magic of the natural beauty of Tiburon and make your stay at The Lodge at Tiburon, one of the finest hotels near Sausalito , a memorable one.

Outdoors: Locations and Attractions near Tiburon & Sausalito Hotels

Angel Island
Ferry Terminal is two blocks from our hotel near Sausalito
This gem of the California State Park system offers panoramic vistas of the entire Bay; sightseers will enjoy picture-postcard views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Skyline, Marin, and Mt. Tamalpais. A clear day on the island is referred to as a 5 bridge day, when from the top of Mt. Livermore hikers can view the Golden Gate, Bay, Richmond/San Rafael, San Mateo and the Dumbarton bridges. Visit Angel Island State Park, the "Jewel of San Francisco Bay," by taking the 10-minute ferry ride from downtown Tiburon! The last family-owned ferry and sightseeing service on San Francisco Bay, operating since 1959, has a ferry leaving approximately every hour. Call for exact schedule.

Mt. Livermore
Tiburon, CA
The hike to the summit of Mt. Livermore (781 feet) provides visitors with magnificent views of Marin County, San Francisco and the Golden Gate.

Richardson Bay Audubon Center
376 Greenwood Beach Rd.
Tiburon, CA
Richardson Bay Audubon Center is a bird sanctuary that encompasses land and tidal bay terrain in the San Francisco Bay area. Comprised of 11 acres of varied terrain and 900 acres of submerged lands, the Center supports a variety of ecosystems making it a diverse and engaging outdoor classroom. The facility includes a 1/2 mile mountain trail, 4 platforms with viewing scopes and pertinent educational material, a Redwood Grove, a Native Plant Garden, a Hummingbird Garden, a pond, and a stretch of unspoiled shore on the San Francisco Bay.

Tiburon Uplands Nature Preserve
Paradise Dr.
The Preserve is a tiny parcel tucked into a canyon along a quiet stretch of Paradise Drive. One short 0.7 mi loop takes a hiker through dark forests of California bay and fern, exposed stretches of chaparral, and small pockets of grassland. Although it's small, the preserve is a great choice for a quick walk, or a leisurely wildflower hike. You could combine a springtime visit to Tiburon Uplands with treks at nearby Old St. Hilary's and Ring Mountain Open Space Preserves, for a day of wildflower hunting on the Tiburon peninsula.

Waterfront Park
Tiburon, CA
A quarter-mile of waterfront grass and walking/bike paths with amazing views of San Francisco, Angel Island, and boats on the bay.

China Camp State Park
North San Pedro Rd. & Biscayne Dr.
San Rafael, CA
Visit China Camp Village and walk through the house museum describing early Chinese settlement. The park offers fifteen miles of hiking trails. The trails are heavily used during spring and summer weekends. Be prepared for crowds. Visitors enjoy wildlife-watching, hiking, swimming, boating and windsurfing.

Muir Woods
Muir Woods National Monument
Mill Valley, CA
The National Monument preserves the last old growth coast redwood forest in the San Francisco Bay Area. The cool moist forest supports a surprising abundance of plant and animal life, from the coast redwood (the tallest type of tree on Earth), to the slimy banana slug, from the amazing Coho salmon to delicate trilliums. This forest refuge welcomes visitors from all over the world to experience the magic of the redwood forest.

GGNRA/Marin Headlands
South, past Sausalito
Our Sausalito hotel is located near the GGNRA.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area consists of over 74,000 acres of land, and protects more than 1,250 historic structures, 27 rare and endangered species, and many small "islands" of threatened habitat. NPS staff, volunteers, and partners work hard to take care of the park's treasures for the 20 million people who visit each year, and for future generations. Windswept ridges, protected valleys and beaches offer nature's best.

Marine Mammal Center
1065 Fort Cronkite
Sausalito, CA
The Marine Mammal Center recognizes our interdependence with marine mammals, their importance as sentinels of the ocean environment, and our responsibility to use our awareness, compassion and intelligence to ensure their survival and the conservation of their habitat. We work to this end through rescue and treatment of ill, injured and orphaned marine mammals, through scientific inquiry to increase our knowledge of marine mammals, and through communication and education programs. The Marine Mammal Center is open for public visitation from 10 am to 4 pm daily. We are closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

Sausalito Wooden Boat Tours
Sausalito Waterfront
The Sausalito Waterfront is a short distance from Tiburon and Sausalito hotels.
Sausalito is a mecca of wooden boats and renowned for its rich boat building culture and lore. From the San Francisco Bird Boats to the oldest wooden hulled ferry on the West Coast you will see wooden boats of every type and description as we stroll along our colorful waterfront. You will hear tales of the Beat and Hippie Eras, how the Liberty ships were built, and meet the shipwrights who keep Sausalito's wooden boat building heritage alive.

Stinson Beach
Regardless of your interests, everyone can find something to do at Stinson Beach! From sun bathing to hang-gliding, surfing to hiking, biking to volleyball - there is never a shortage of activities. Enjoy them all while you stay at The Lodge at Tiburon, our cozy hotel near Sausalito.

Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes National Seashore
A 308 step walkway leads to this 1870 lighthouse, built high on a Point Reyes cliff. Whale-watching is very popular here January through March. More than 70 miles of trails for hiking and biking weave through open pastures, rugged ridges, and coastal cliffs in this 70,000 acre wilderness area.

Mt. Tamalpais State Park
For more than a century visitors have enjoyed the attractions of the spectacular mountain towering over the bay north of the Golden Gate Bridge. The view from Mt. Tamalpais spans the bay region from the sloping hills of the East Bay to the jagged peaks of the Farallon Islands, some 25 miles to the west.

All this and much more to see and experience with delight while you stay at The Lodge at Tiburon, one of the leading Hotels near Sausalito.