Every year, during select times, Audubon Canyon Ranch preserves welcome thousands of students, teachers, families and nature enthusiasts from around the Bay Area, across the nation and throughout the world.
We invite you to visit and enjoy the beauty of these natural treasures.
The Martin Griffin Preserve is open at various times throughout the year for hiking and nature exploration. Visiting days and directions
The Bouverie Preserve offers access to the public via Guided Nature Walks, the Bouverie Backyard Naturalist Series and Open Houses. Reservations are required for all Bouverie walks, workshops and seminars. Visiting opportunities
The Modini Mayacamas Preserves offer visitors a chance to explore the rugged and wild country of the Mayacamas Mountains of Sonoma County. More information
Audubon Canyon Ranch's remaining preserves—Cypress Grove Preserve, Toms Point and the many small properties along Tomales Bay—are managed as wildlife sanctuaries and are not open to the public.