Agri-Tourism in Marin


Fine food, fresh from the source. Marin's sustainable agriculture is the source of food for world-class restaurants throughout the Bay Area. Sample artisan cheeses right where they are made. Toss back oysters plucked fresh from Tomales Bay. Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, hand-crafted breads, fresh milk and cream. And see for yourself how good food is so much more than just an "ingredient."

Agritourism offers our ranches and farms a creative way to educate visitors, promote farm products, and diversify operations while caring for the land that supports them.

 In Marin, you can watch cheese being made, taste and purchase wonderful artisan and farmstead cheeses, harvest apples and pet sheep on MALT preserved ranches, bring your family to pick pumpkins and learn about the history of ranching & dairying, and watch fresh oysters being hauled in from Tomales Bay.  For more information, view Grown in Marin.


Come explore the beauty and the bounty of Marin County.

Agricultural Institute of Marin

Agritourism in Marin

AppleGarden Farm

Cowgirl Creamery

Edible Marin & Wine Country Magazine

Farming & Ranching in Marin County

Farminista's Feast with Karen Pavone

Food and Farm Tours

Heidrun Meadery

Marin Agricultlural Land Trust

Marin French Cheese Company

McEvoy Ranch

Nicasio Valley Cheese Company

Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company

Straus Home Ranch Farm Tours

The Fork at Point Reyes

The Marshall Store Oyster Bar & Smokehouse

Tomales Bay Oyster Company

University of California, Cooperative Extension, Marin County



The Sonoma Marin Cheese Trail Map was upgraded to The California Cheese Trail Map, which are available at the Marin Convention & Visitors Bureau locations in San Rafael and Olema.  To download the map, please click on image below and follow the prompts:

Learn what the Marin CVB is doing to grow Agri-Tourism Partnerships.

If you are an agri-tourism business and interested in membership, please contact
Gina Marr-Hiemstra at