For those who live there, and many who don’t, Marin County is a magical place. Although it’s the smallest of the San Francisco Bay Area counties, it’s home to one of the most affluent, active, and socially minded populations in the United States.
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Its natural treasures range from the bluffs of the Point Reyes National Seashore to the intimate canyons of the Muir Woods National Monument to the wooded trails—both gentle and daunting—of Mount Tamalpais, whose 2,571-foot peak provides Marin’s signature profile. Against this background, recreation is part of everyday Marin life.
Marin’s communities are equally varied. In the south are the jewel box cities of Sausalito, Tiburon and Belvedere, where ferries connect residents to San Francisco and hillside living is the norm. Tucked against the lower slopes of Mt. Tam are Mill ...