The West Marin Community
The Mesa Refuge is located adjacent to the Point Reyes National Seashore, a remarkable resource of more than 70,000 acres of trails, beaches, farms and ranches between the Pacific Ocean and Tomales Bay.
In 10 minutes, you can walk to the town of Point Reyes Station from the Mesa Refuge. We are proud to be part of this lively West Marin County community, and we encourage our residents to explore the local culinary delights, such as the Osteria Stellina restaurant, Marin Sun Farms, Tomales Bay Foods (home of Cowgirl Creamery) and Perry’s Grocery and Deli.
- Find out more about nearby trails and beaches at Point Reyes National Seashore on the National Park Service webpage.
- Visit our partners at the Point Reyes Bookstore, owned by Stephen Sparks and Molly Parent.
- Tune into our community radio station, KWMR, which often hosts interviews with Mesa Refuge residents.
- From June through early November, visit the Point Reyes Farmer’s Market—a fun and lively jewel that reflects West Marin’s historic focus and involvement in the organic food-to-table movement. Mesa Refuge residents love picking up fresh, locally grown and organic produce from the local farmers at the market.
- Enjoy one of many yoga classes at Yoga Toes, located in Toby’s Feed Barn.
Find out more about our local restaurants and shops here.
A special thank you to the West Marin Fund for their generous support of this website, and to our West Marin Community Fellowship partners: Black Mountain Circle, Commonweal, KWMR, Point Reyes National Seashore Association, West Marin Review, Marin Agricultural Land Trust, GRO1 and the Point Reyes Farmer’s Market.