Samuel P. Taylor State Park
Samuel P. Taylor State Park has over 2,700 acres of wooded countryside with a unique mix of coast redwoods groves and open grassland in the rolling hills of Marin County north of San Francisco. The park is 3 miles west of Lagunitas, 15 miles west of San Rafael and about 8 miles east of Point Reyes Station (and seashore) on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Phone (415) 488-9897 for more information.
Orchard Hill: Campsites #30, #37, #39, and #58 are designated accessible and are usable in dry weather. Site #58 has an asphalt pad in the campsite. Assistance may be needed with the water, trash, and cooking facilities. An accessible combination restroom with showers is near site #37. An accessible unisex toilet and shower room is also near site 58. Accessible parking is near both restrooms.
Creekside: Campsites #15 & #21 are designated accessible and are usable in dry weather. Site #21 has an asphalt pad in the campsite. Assistance may be needed with the water, trash and cooking facilities. An accessible restroom with showers is located near site #15. Accessible parking is near the restroom.
Madrone Cabins: The Madrone area, set at the bottom of the grassy hills of Mount Barnabe, features 5 rustic alternative camping cabins, 2 of which are accessible (cabin #4 and #5).
Azalea Picnic Area: This level shady area just beyond the entrance kiosk is on fairly compacted earth and may be usable in dry weather. Accessible restroom with showers and adjacent accessible parking are available.
South Creek Trail offers an intimate walk along Lagunitas Creek past the historic dam and paper mill sites. Seasonally, visitors can view spawning salmon in the creek from vantage points along the trail. Accessible parking is available at the Creekside Campground restroom building adjacent to the Cross Marin Trail. This trail is constructed of compacted soil and is usable year-round.
The Cross Marin Trail is a paved and unpaved multiple-use trail operated by the Marin Water District that passes through the park for 3.5 miles. The trail is generally accessible and includes some interpretive panels at historic sites. Accessible parking is available at the Azalea day use and Redwood Grove group picnic areas.