California is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery the world has to offer. While road tripping through the Golden State, you’ll find jaw-dropping visions of natural beauty around every turn. Today we’ll discuss just one great place that is a must-see for anyone driving up CA’s west coast in a San Francisco car rental – Point Reyes National Seashore.
Point Reyes National Seashore is located just 30 miles north of San Francisco on Highway 1 along California’s western coast. This short, scenic drive is an ideal way to spend some quality family time while road tripping with your San Francisco car rental from Reliable Rent-A-Car.
Here’s a quick look at just some of the great activities you’ll encounter when you rent a car and pay a visit to Point Reyes National Seashore.
Camping: Is one day at Point Reyes not enough for you and your family? The Seashore is the perfect place to set up camp for a night or more. Point Reyes itself only offers backcountry campsites, but there are several nearby campgrounds with modern amenities to make your camping experience a bit more civilized.
Hiking: With 150 miles of hiking trails, Point Reyes National Seashore will be heaven to any outdoor enthusiasts in the family. Trails ranging in difficulty from novice to expert are available for visitors to explore. Before hitting the trails, consult the Seashore’s website to ensure that your desired trail isn’t damaged or off limits.
Nature Viewing: Don’t forget to bring the camera! Point Reyes is home to almost 40 species of land mammals, at least a dozen species of marine mammals, and countless bird species. This region makes the perfect backdrop for photographers of any skill level.
At Reliable Rent-A-Car, we want to make sure you make it to your destination in one piece. That’s why when you get in the driver’s seat of a San Francisco car rental from our fleet, you’ll be able to comfortably travel with peace of mind – knowing that your vehicle is in top condition. Contact us at (415) 928-4414 to reserve your own reliable rental car today.