Point Reyes Whale Watching
Point Reyes Lodging is the ideal resource for finding the perfect bed and breakfast accommodations, unique country inn, cottage or suite to use as a base for whale watching in the Pont Reyes Seashore area of Marin County.
The Point Reyes peninsula provides one of the best spots to view the migrating gray whale during its travels. The areas of Point Reyes National Seashore that provide the best whale watch view are around Chimney Rock and the Lighthouse. Engaging in the longest migration of any mammal, the California gray whale swims 10,000 miles each year. The whale migration south to the warm waters of Baja California occurs around mid January. The migration north to Alaska’s nutrient-rich waters takes place in mid March. During late April and early May visitors may see mothers and calves close to shore.
The Point Reyes National Seashore offers a great variety of recreational options and wildlife viewing.
Comfortable, private, luxurious, romantic and affordable options for accommodations in Inverness, Olema and Point Reyes Station are offered on the directory website. If you are looking for a small hotel, cottage, bed & breakfast inn or suite: Point Reyes Lodging has it. View each accommodation and check availability for your Point Reyes area getaway here.