Marshall Vacation Rentals in Marshall, California
Marshall is a coastal community along the eastern shore of Tomales Bay in Marin County. You won’t find any hotels in Marshall, but there are other ways to stay here. Vacation rentals can be found all along Highway 1 near the shoreline. Most of the vacation homes are right on the water with great views of this picturesque part of California. Prices vary widely so you can probably find a place that meets your desires and budget. See the website link on this page for a map of vacation rentals in Marshall.
Marshall is a beautiful place with access to Point Reyes National Seashore and great boating and kayaking on Tomales Bay. This area is known for oysters. You can sample them at Nick’s Cove, a focal point in Marshall. Nick’s has a restaurant and a pier that extends out into the bay. They also have cottages to rent if you are staying for just a night (most vacation rentals require 2 or 3 night minimums). Hog Island Oyster Company and Tomales Bay Oyster Company are the other places to get oysters in Marshall.
Shoreline Hwy and Marshall Petaluma Rd
Marshall, CA 94940
0.8 miles away, WSW
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