View of Tomales Bay and Point Reyes from Marconi Historic State Park.

Marconi State Park

An undiscovered gem
overlooking Tomales Bay on the Northern California Coast

When you see the sign for Marconi Conference Center on your scenic drive up Hwy 1 on the way to Hog Island Oyster Co, you would be forgiven for driving right by. After all, if you’re not attending a conference there, why stop? 

This is why this amazing place remains one of the last “undiscovered” spots in the Bay Area. 

Marconi is a 62 acre State Park tucked away in acres of well maintained trails, abundant wildlife, total serenity and soul stirring views of Tomales Bay and the Inverness Ridge. Oh, and some of the most scenic picnic areas in Point Reyes! 

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