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Marin County
Dillon Beach, California

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Tucked away amidst pastoral hills speckled with farmsteads and grazing livestock, Dillon Beach is worth making just a short drive west from Tomales. With its tide pools, grassy sand dunes, soft white sands, and a surfer's paradise spanning a mile of flat shoreline, it's a must-visit destination along the Northern Marin Coast.
The allure of Dillon Beach extends to families with a plethora of activities to indulge in, including swimming, kayaking, windsurfing, boogie boarding, hiking, boating, fishing, and exploring tide pools. Dogs are welcomed to frolic freely, albeit with a gentle reminder to keep the beach pristine by picking up after them, as the area remains public while the surrounding development is private.