Marin Blog

Winter in Marin Collection

Marin County may be home to the famous Mount Tamalpais and a picture-perfect national seashore, but don’t limit your trip to the spring and summer. Marin’s microclimate temperatures never drop too low, so all you need is a warm sweater and coat. Check out some of our winter-themed blogs for things to do and see in our cooler clime.

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New Year, New You in Marin County

By Megan Eileen McDonough

 

Amping up for a fit and fabulous 2022? While sticking to a new workout routine can be tough, a trip to Marin County will make fitness fun again (or maybe for the...[Read More]

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Make Marin Your New Year Resolution

By Joe Kukura

 

As we ring in the new year, there’s nowhere better to set a healthy new path than the northern California destination of Marin County. With magnificently mild Mediterranean-style winters, the “sunny side of...[Read More]

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Winter Outdoor Guide to Marin County

By Joe Kukura

 

Winter weather won’t bring you down in the Northern California wonderland of Marin County. Marin’s comfortable year-round climate features winter temperatures that rarely dip below 50 degrees. The “sunny side of the Golden...[Read More]

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Best Places to Spot Winter Wildlife in Marin

By Megan Eileen McDonough

 

One of the best perks of living in Marin is the county’s pleasant weather year-round. For visitors, summer might seem like an obvious choice for a visit, but don’t underestimate the beauty...[Read More]

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Start the Year Off With New Experiences in Marin

By Joe Kukura

 

Sunshine and warm weather are the antidote to the post-holiday hangover, and the famed wine country destination of Marin County has plenty of both all winter long. The mild, Mediterranean-style weather of the...[Read More]

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Winter Water and Wildlife Guide to Marin County

By Joe Kukura

Winter is the time to cozy up and stay indoors — unless you’re in Marin County. The northern California getaway known as the “sunny side of the Golden Gate Bridge” is that rare...[Read More]