San Rafael-Central Marin Trail Map

Tom Harrison

Marin's most populous quadrant still has ample public spaces to explore, as this map shows. Includes China Camp State Park, Barbier Memorial Park, McNears Beach County Park, Corte Madera Marsh, and the following Open Space Preserves: Terra Linda/Sleepy Hollow, San Rafael, Sun Valley, Baltimore Canyon, Blithedale Summit, King Mountain, and more.


2007, scale: 1 inch=2000 feet, 40 foot contours, 18" x 24" unfolded, 4" x 9" folded. Published by Tom Harrison Maps. ISBN 978-1-877689-94-9

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