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Phoenix Lake is a local Treasure! I wonderful hike around the lake, takes approximately an hour and is the most picturesque medium difficulty hike in the very close proximity to central Marin! Highly Recommended. Nice spot to pic nic as well or spin fish for...More
I was first introduced to Phoenix Lake in 1975 when my step mother and dad would take me there for our Sunday jog. I fell in love with the trails around the lake. The surrounding mount Tam and beautiful serene lake cannot be beat. It...More
We literally walk from our house in Kentfield through Ross to the lake Phoenix Park, around the lake and back, all in two hours. Beautiful Marin countryside and small reservoir lake. Also starting point for many other hikes in those hills.
This hike was recommended to us by our hotel, larkspur courtyard Marriott. We parked at Ross Commons and walked up Lagunitas Road into the park. We walked around Phoenix lake which was beautiful. The whole hike was about an hour and 45 minutes… Just over...More
We arrived at Phoenix Lake in the early afternoon, on a perfect autumn day. Temperatures were in the high 70s, and the air was crisp and dry. The hike is easy mostly, with a dirt / gravel road leading from the parking area to the...More
The drive to the park is very pretty. Once we got there, we almost gave up because of how far away we would have to park, but then we waited in line for the parking lot, and we got into a parking space within about...More
Phoenix Lake is hard to get to because parking near it is limited, but it is worth the effort. The best time to go is on a weekday. It is an hour or so walk (depending on your meandering) around a lovely meditative lake and...More
We joined the WildCare Family Adventures for this trip and once again we were so happy with the excellent teachings from Marco Berge who a long the way let us know about some of the plants, like Laurel, Bay Leaves, and the fauna around us,...More