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Manka’s Inverness Lodge

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Manka’s Inverness Lodge in Inverness, California

Manka’s Inverness Lodge in Inverness, CA is in the California Beaches hotels, resorts, and inns category. To locate the Manka’s Inverness Lodge just select the map tab above. For reservations, directions, or questions you can call them at (415) 669-1034. Below is a list of the nearest beaches to Manka’s Inverness Lodge.

Address
30 Callender Way
Inverness, CA 94937
Phone
(415) 669-1034
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Nearby Beaches

  • Chicken Ranch Beach

    0.6 miles away, NNW

    Chicken Ranch Beach is a little-known sandy spot on Tomales Bay near Inverness, CA. This hidden locals beach is a Marin County Park. The beach and a sand spit is […]

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  • Alan Sieroty Beach at Millerton Point

    0.6 miles away, ENE

    Millerton Point is a little-known part of Tomales Bay State Park in Marin County. Millerton Point is an undeveloped open space on the east side of Tomales Bay alongside Highway […]

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  • Shell Beach at Tomales Bay State Park

    1.1 miles away, NW

    Shell Beach is the southern beach in Tomales Bay State Park near the town of Inverness. This sandy beach has calm water for swimming and is located on the west […]

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  • Shallow Beach

    1.7 miles away, NW

    Shallow Beach is a privately-owned beach that is completely surrounded by Tomales Bay State Park on the Point Reyes Peninsula. The shoreline at the beach is shallow and filled with […]

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  • Tomales Bay Trail

    2 miles away, SE

    The Tomales Bay Trail is a hiking route that provides access to the part of Tomales Bay where the salt water mixes with freshwater from Lagunitas Creek. There is no […]

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