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Limantour Nude Beach
An isolated beach at the Point Reyes National Seashore.
Marin County, in Point Reyes National Seashore. Get a map and directions on the last page of this guide.
Soft sand, rolling dunes, lots of wildlife
About a mile or north of the sand closest to the parking lot, seals may be found at Limantour Spit
Stay away from the parking lot and other easily visible areas
Who's at Limantour Beach
A few hundred visitors on a hot day, but the beach is big and doesn't seem crowded
Lots of dogs south of the parking lot
Limantour Beach Facilities
Limantour Beach Activities
More Nude Beaches Within 25 Miles of Limantour Beach
Nudity Laws and Limantour Beach
Limantour Beach is in Point Reyes National Seashore and there is no Federal law against nudity (but neither is it a guaranteed right).
Nude or naturist beach neophytes, please be respectful of others and read the Nude Beach and Topless Beach Etiquette guideli...nes before you go to a nude beach.Continue to 2 of 3 below.
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Limantour Beach Reviews and Rating
The Bay Guardian newspaper gives Limantour Beach a grade of "B," but our readers say it's their favorite Marin County nude beach.
Ratings of Limantour Beach for Clothing Optional Recreation
We polled more than 1,600 readers, asking them to rate Limantour Beach as a nude beach. 42% rated it excellent, 14% said it was good but with a few flaws.
Limantour Beach Compared to Other Marin County Nude Beaches
We also asked more than 2,300 readers which Marin County Nude Beach was their favorite. Limantour won that poll with 42% of the votes.Continue to 3 of 3 below.
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Getting to Limantour Beach
If you want an interactive version of the map, would like to convert to a close-up satellite map that shows the beaches and trails or need driving directions, use our Marin County Beach map at Google.
Driving DirectionsJust north of Olema on CA 1
Turn left onto Bear Valley Road toward Point Reyes National SeashoreFollow Bear Valley Road 1.25 miles (2 km) northwest to Limantour RoadDrive about 11 miles to the end of the road
ParkingParking is obvious. Lock up and take your valuables with you. In summer, the lot may fill up. There's another about 1/2 mile away.
Walking from Parking Lot to the BeachWalk down the path to the beach, then turn right (north) and walk along the beach to the sand dunes