Stinson Beach is located about 20 miles northwest of San Francisco and 2.5 miles of Bolinas, in Marin County. To reach this place, it takes around 35 minutes driving along with spectacular views. Stinson Beach is a very popular day trip for residents and tourists of San Francisco also due to its white sand beach and the clean water where people love to swim. It has a vibe of remote California and evokes an alternate reality that makes even walking blissful. The south side of the beach is dog friendly and it’s a perfect place for beachcombing, especially during the winter when the crowds are lower. You can also hike, picnic, surf and explore important attractions like Muir Woods National Monument, Muir Beach and Mount Tamalpais. These area, in middle of nature, allows to organize weddings, commercial filming, and special events with a proper permit. In second Sunday of June Stinson Beach hosts the ending point for the annual running of the Dipsea Race, the second-oldest foot race in the United States.