Ever wanted to kayak into a remote campground? Here is your chance! Tomales Bay is…well its awesome. If you're wanting to camp here, you must reach the campsites by boat (which really does add to the magic of the experience).
If you need a boat, no problem! Check in with our good friends at Blue Water Kayak, Point Reyes; they'll get you all set up. You'll have several beach campgrounds to choose from and it helps to have a map. They also do tours!
Tomales Bay Camping Tour: Bioluminescence & Moonlight Camping Tours Every Saturday $215/ person (includes bioluminescence or moonlight tour from camp) 11am (Saturday) – 11am (Sunday) Every Saturday on Bioluminescence Weekends & Every Saturday from May-November in 2019 Private Tours can be set up any day of the week by calling 415.669.2600 Tomales Bay Camping Permits are EXTREMELY LIMITED,
Two of the most popular are at Marshall and Tomales Beaches. Don't worry, it's only a 1-hour paddle from the Marshall starting point). One of the greatest things about paddling in is that you can load your kayak up with anything that wouldn't fit in your backpack! So, bring along the big tent, some smores, and a nice dinner. (We recommend fresh oysters from nearby Tomales Bay Oyster Company). Don't forget the firewood (just make sure to pick up your fire permit from the Bear Valley Visitor Center.) You're guaranteed to have a grand ol time!