Our festival is held across Marin and Sonoma counties, and is primarily located in what locals call, West Marin, which is the largest rural region of Marin County, California. The area includes the unincorporated communities of Point Reyes Station, Olema, Stinson Beach, Bolinas, Tomales, Dillon Beach, and Inverness. West Marin is generally considered to be west of Muir Beach and Nicasio on the Pacific Ocean side of Mount Tamalpais. West Marin is also home to the only National Seashore on the West Coast, Point Reyes National Seashore, which offers a hostel and camping opportunities.
Due to it's remote location, a car is necessary for travel, and bus service is limited (Marin Transit/Stagecoach). Please do not rely on Uber/Lyft, as they may bring you out, but you'd be hard pressed to get one back.
Considering joining us for the festival?
Learn more about eating, staying and playing in the area using the links below. Please note, over the 3-day festival we will be staffing our bird hub aka the Dance Palace Community & Cultural Center, and not in the office.
Point Reyes Insider
Thinking of visiting for the festival? Stay up to date with the Point Reyes Insider. Your one stop website for the best places to eat, stay & play + an event calendar for the West Marin community. Sign up for their newsletter and stay connected.
Chamber of Commerce
West Marin Chamber of Commerce
A resource for local grocery stores, restaurants, hotels and other recreational information for visitors of West Marin. Online recreational guide to the Point Reyes National Seashore, Tomales Bay, and surrounding villages of Muir Beach, Stinson Beach, Bolinas, Olema, Inverness, Point Reyes Station, Marshall, and Tomales.