BVVC

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BVVCBear Valley Visitor Center (Point Reyes National Seashore)
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Head to the Bear Valley Visitor Center and stop at key lookouts like Point Reyes Lighthouse and Chimney Rock Overlook.
Get there: From the Bear Valley Visitor Center, head north about 1/4 mile to Bear Valley Rd., turn left and follow it 11/4 miles to Limantour Rd., then turn left again and go 71/2 miles to the parking lot at Limantour Beach; nps.gov/pore or 415/464-5100.--LISA TROTTIER
Near the Bear Valley Visitor Center, Morgan horses wait in a corral.
Displays at the Bear Valley Visitor Center explain the seashore's geologic and historic heritage.
Stop in at the Bear Valley Visitor Center for information about the 140 miles of trails to be explored at the Point Reyes National Seashore.
Trailheads at Palomarin, Five Brooks, and Bear Valley Visitor Center; walk-in campsites nearby.
For national seashore information, contact the Bear Valley Visitor Center at (415) 464-5100 or www.nps.gov/pore.
The seashore's impressively designed Bear Valley Visitor Center deserves a thoughtful look.
From State 1 in Olema, follow signs to Bear Valley Visitor Center. Stop in for a map and trail update, then head west 18 miles on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to the beach (free).
The Bear Valley Visitor Center (open 9 to 5 daily, from 8 weekends) offers free trail maps and a woodpecker display.
A good place to start is the Bear Valley Visitor Center (open 9 to 5 daily).
For more information and maps, stop by the park headquarters at the Bear Valley Visitor Center, off Bear Valley Road just west of Olema.