Located three miles North of San Francisco over the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin County consists of historic town centers dotting the Highway 101 corridor. To the East is the San Francisco Bay for those who enjoy fishing and sailing. To the West is the Pacific Ocean known for it's rugged cliffs, surfing, and whale watching.
Marin County is connected by a series of protected open spaces that provide hundreds of miles of trails for the outdoor enthusiasts and the casual hikers alike.
Three ferry systems allow Marin residents to commute to San Francisco across the bay, reading the morning paper and drinking coffee, watching the birds and the sunrise over the Berkeley hills.
Marin County offers proximity to entertainment and businesses of the city, reverse commute to Sonoma, warm summer days, cool evenings, and a diversity of activities for families, executives, and visitors who wish to call this county home.