PLAN FOR YOUR VISIT TO MUIR WOODS
Spare yourself the headache of searching for a car rental and navigation when you can book with All Aboard and we will provide you with a round-trip experience from San Francisco to Muir Woods. Our private transportation gives you more tour options to choose from, whether you travel with kids, friends, relatives, or solo. Our goal is to offer you the best travel and tour experience in the San Francisco Bay Area. Experience our commitment to exceeding your travel needs and expectations as we take you on a journey to Muir Woods. Parking at Muir Woods is a challenge, so get dropped off at the park entrance and start hiking right away.
Muir Woods National Monument is one of the only remaining ancient forests of California’s famous redwoods—the tallest trees on earth. This national forest was named after John Muir who was an active environmentalist, naturalist, writer, and conservationist. John Muir spent his life fighting to preserve America’s wildlife and is considered a founding father of the National Park Service. To visit this National Monument, let us know, so we can take care of all your transportation needs.
What’s Not Included?
● Entry Fees – $15.00-Adult (16 years of age and older) and Children are free (15 years of age and
Park hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and parking reservations are still required via GoMuirWoods.com
ahead of your visit.
Muir Woods has an entry fee. Please buy your entry ticket online via the GoMuirWoods.com website to avoid waiting in line and minimize the number of transactions for staff on site.
Highlights of Muir Woods and Sausalito Tour:
● Stand and admire coast redwood trees, the tallest living things on the planet
● Follow Muir Woods trails to the Cathedral or the Bohemian Grove of redwoods
● Pick up some unique redwood souvenirs at the visitor center
● From the Sausalito shoreline and take fantastic pictures of San Francisco’s skyline
● Enjoy browsing in Sausalito’s art studios and craft shops
● Have lunch with a San Francisco Bay view in Sausalito (not included)
Things to know:
Cell service. There is NO cell phone service or WiFi at or around Muir Woods National Monument.