Passing Through Point Reyes Station

Point Reyes Station is a nice place to visit while traveling through to Point Reyes National Seashore. It was once a critical commercial district where  goods passed through via the Pacific Coast Railroad in 1875-1933. The commercial line provided a connection to ferry lines to San Francisco, Sausalito, Tomales Bay and 30 miles north to Cazadero (Russian River).

As a child I found railroad stations exciting, mysterious, and even beautiful, as indeed they often were. Paul Johnson

Writing this blog, I finally understand the railroad tracks while camping in Guerneville and floating down the Russian River (Jazz & Blues Festival on the Russian River is a popular music festival in the summer amongst San Franciscans). I can now understand the connection between San Francisco and Guerneville amongst city dwellers moving to Sonoma County. Here’s 24 things you can do on the Russian River.

point reyes boat
Profile shot of the abandoned boat at the Point Reyes Station in the lagoon.
point reyes station boat
The dilapidated boat at Point Reyes Station and lagoon
Point Reyes Station Boat Skyline
The view as you walk behind the station to see the boat and lagoon.
Bird view of Point Reyes boat
Bird’s Eye View of Point Reyes Station

All prints are for sale. Please send me a message if you’re interested and which print. 

Be sure to hit that follow button or subscribe to my blog via email. See ya’ in the line up.

2 Replies to “Passing Through Point Reyes Station”

  1. Hola from Costa Rica! I enjoy reading your blog as I am a wanna be surfer and a writer with a few published articles.
    Seeing your photos and reading about your adventures encourages me to start my blog about my adventures in Costa Rica and beyond!
    Keep up the great work and keep having fun!
    Pura Vida! Mni Wiconi!

    1. That’s awesome! Thank you so much! That means a lot and I look forward to reading your blog. Costa Rica is one heck of a place for adventures and waves!

Leave a Reply