Point Reyes National Seashore is located about an hour’s drive north from the San Francisco Bay area. The Seashore offers spectacular hiking and biking trails through dense forests and grasslands and along expansive sand beaches and coastline. There are also scenic drives to vistas with beautiful views of the rugged northern California coast. The Seashore has a visitor center, several historic sites – including the Point Reyes Lighthouse, 150 miles of hiking/biking trails, several beaches, amazing wildlife viewing and camping in four remote/primitive tent-only campgrounds (Sky Camp, Coast Camp, Glen Camp and Wildcat Camp).
Point Reyes National Seashore Wildcat Camp has 7 primitive tent-only (walk-in) campsites and 3 group sites. The campground is located in an open flat meadow on a bluff overlooking the ocean. The short walk to the large sandy beach offers spectacular views of the coastline. Wildcat Lake is also a short walk from the campground.
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