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HI – Point Reyes Hostel – Point Reyes

HI-Point Reyes is two miles from the ocean in a secluded valley on Point Reyes National Seashore, known for its abundant flora and fauna, including bobcats, fox, deer and elk, harbor seals, and sea lions. The varied habitat, unique coastal climate, and location draw a rich and diverse array of breeding and migrating birds. Point Reyes National Seashore juts far out into the path of migrating gray whales, and Point Reyes Lighthouse, 25 miles from the hostel, is the best place in the Bay Area for whale watching January-April. Bear Valley Visitor Center, eight miles away, has informative displays on the area's geological, natural, and native history. Hiking trails leave from the hostel grounds.Point Reyes hostel offers the following services and amenities to their guests:* Free on-site parking
* Baggage storage
* Secure lockers
* Interpretive displays and information about the surrounding area.
* Wheelchair accessibility
* Group meeting space and/or accommodations available.Point Reyes hostel has a self-service kitchen and dining room where guests can prepare their own meals. The kitchen is fully equipped with stoves, ovens, microwave, coffee maker, and ample refrigerator/freezer space. Pots and pans, dishes, and utensils are also provided.When the weather is nice, guests can also take advantage of the outdoor patio with picnic tables and barbecue.Accommodations are in shared, gender-specific or co-ed dorm rooms, each sleeping 8-10 people. Children 5 years of age or younger are not allowed in the dorms. Families with young children must stay in one of the 4 private rooms that sleep up to a family of five people. The private rooms are available through the hostel's direct website or by calling the office.Bathrooms are shared and gender-specific. Getting to the hostel: The hostel is about 50 miles north of San Francisco International Airport Free parking is available at the hostel on a first-come first-served basis. The hostel is located 7 miles from the Bear Valley Visitor Center at Point Reyes National Seashore. From the flashing traffic light in the town of Olema (Highway 1 at Sir Francis Drake Boulevard) go north on Highway 1 for 200 yards. Turn left on Bear Valley Road go 1.5 miles to the second possible left turn (Limantour Road) go 5.5 miles to first crossroad (at the bottom of a hill) and turn left. The hostel is on your left. Free parking is available at the hostel on a first-come first-served basis.
  • Geolocation longitude : -122.8621139
  • Geolocation latitude : 38.04441462
  • Address line : off Limantour Rd, PO Box 247, Point Reyes, California, CA, 94956, United States