Marin's county seat is also it's largest city. San Rafael is a diverse and ecelectic community, with historic roots in California's early beginnings.
The Mission San Rafael, located in the historic downtown, is an architectural anchorpiece, surrounded by modern shops and restaurants. China Camp State Park is nestled on an inlet in the San Rafael Bay, offering hiking and biking trails and unparalleled views. Marin County's Civic Center was designed by world-famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright; its details, structure, and indoor/outdoor seamlessness will delight any visitor. The city hosts a large weekly farmer's market, boasts multiple golf courses, and an historic theater that shows independent and foreign films. Add in excellent restaurants and live music & entertainment, and it's easy to see why San Rafael has it all.
San Rafael's residential neighborhoods offer a wide range of distinctive styles. From mid-century modern to Victorian, wooded hillsides to Lucas Valley meadows, downtown walkability to curving picturesque roads, the diversity of lifestyles is unmatched.
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