Marconi State Historic Park
Marshall, California 94940
Situated on wooded hills overlooking scenic Tomales Bay in Marin County is Marconi State Historic Park with 62 acres of trails, stunning views of Tomales Bay and Point Reyes National Seashore, abundant wildlife and history.
Often called the Antennae Site by locals as it once was the site of Marconi’s 270-foot towers that held aloft a mile-long antenna, it sits at the highest point of Marconi State Historic Park. From this vantage point, you have sweeping views of Tomales Bay, Point Reyes, and Inverness Ridge. More History Here
The California State Parks Foundation acquired the property in 1984 with Buck Trust funds, remodeled it as a conference center, and gave it to the California Department of Parks and Recreation. In 2022, the Marconi grounds and Marconi Conference Center have been acquired by Oliver Hospitality who will begin a multi-million dollar renovation of the existing 40 hotel rooms, historic cottages, restaurant space, event spaces with the future addition of a spa and wellness facility all amidst the rolling 62 acres of Marconi Historic State Park, and is known now as The Lodge at Marconi on Tomales Bay.