Muir Woods National Monument is a beautiful coastal redwood forest in Marin County, California. It was named after John Muir, the famous naturalist and conservationist who played a key role in the establishment of national parks in the United States. The park is home to some of the tallest trees in the world, with some reaching up to 250 feet in height and 14 feet in diameter. Muir Woods is also home to a variety of wildlife, including black-tailed deer, coyotes, and several species of birds. Visitors can explore the park's hiking trails, picnic areas, and ranger-led programs, making it a popular destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The park's serene beauty and important conservation history make it a must-visit destination for anyone visiting the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Set at the doorstep of shops, a supermarket and a grocery/convenience store, and approximately 3.9 miles from Bay Area Discovery Museum, the Muir Woods Mill Valley features 15 rooms within 1.7 miles of Marinship Park.