The northern coast of California offers a rich variety of forest, grassland, and coastal landforms. The rugged coastline varies dramatically, from protected sandy beach coves to the sharp bluffs and sheer cliffs that plunge down into the sea. Rocky beaches provide an opportunity to study tide-pools and the inter-tidal zone, while the hillsides shelter magnificent Redwood forests.
One quarter of a mile from the entrance to Point Reyes National Seashore lays Olema Ranch Campground, a private campground with spacious campsites, modern facilities and hot showers.
Naturalists at Large is a leading outdoor and environmental education group in California. Since 1985, we have provided outdoor education programs for tens of thousands of students from over two hundred schools, offering custom client designed trips, flexible dates and locations, commitment to safety and comfort in the outdoors, the wonder of nature and the importance of outdoor and experiential education.