Bolinas Park 124 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Bolinas Park is a popular haunt that is located at the corner of Elsie Lane and Bolinas Road, right across from Casa…More Manana restaurant. Towering trees and grassy areas provide filtered sunlight, shade and relaxation for locals and visitors. In addition to convenient stores on Bolinas Road that offer picnickers a choice of snacks and beverages, a seasonal farmers market is held every Saturday. An annual "Fairfax Festival" holds events at the park.
First Friends Montessori Preschool 86 Mono Ave, Fairfax, CA94930 This small, private year-round pre-school employs certified Montessori educators with CPR and first aid certificates.…More Note, this school is on a one way street with vehicle access from Bolinas Road.
Prieure West Gallery 121 Manor Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Prieure West Gallery is an art studio and gallery located on Manor Road in Fairfax. The location offers all types of…More exhibitions and showings, including work from local artists as well as painters, photographers and more. Many shows are free and open to the public.
Doc Edgar Park Cascade Dr & Cypress Dr, Fairfax, CA94930 Doc Edgar Park is a small neighborhood park located on the corner of Cascade and Cypress drives (on…More the 10th block of Cypress), right off of Bolinas Road. This peaceful setting has a large grassy area, tall redwood trees, a few park benches and a drinking fountain.
A Touch of Class 10 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 A Touch of Class beauty salon serves women, men and children and is located right next to the Coffee Roaster on Bolinas…More Road. This small shop has two styling chairs, four hair dryers and services include hairstyling, cuts and color.
Sorella Caffe 107 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Sorella Caffe, located on Bolinas Road, offers a cozy ambiance and sumptuous food that make for a pleasant family dining…More experience. The owners, Soyara and Sonia, are sisters who worked together in catering businesses and restaurants, picking up cooking methods and recipes along the way and culminating in this family-style restaurant. For more information, visit the website.
Hairfax Studio School Street Plaza 6 Ste 140, Fairfax, CA94930 Hairfax Studio is a full service hair and beauty care studio located on Bolinas Road in Fairfax. The location offers a…More wide range of services for teens, children, men and women. It offers custom styling, hair cuts and natural hair coloring. Call for details on services or for information on pricing.
3 Ring Cycles 538 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 In 2010, Brad and Lindsay McKenzie moved their small cycling store from San Rafael to San Anselmo and expanded their…More inventory. The shop now sells mountain and road bikes in brands like Ridley, Bianchi, Look, Rocky Mountain and Haro. Three Ring also sells bike accessories, tools, gear and clothing from Louis Garneau and Castelli. One of the most unique bikes in the store window is the BikerGo, a cargo and commuting bike. Two certified mechanics provide services and tune-ups.
The Herban Garden 15 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 The Herban Garden is a unique gift and clothing boutique located on Bolinas Road in Fairfax. It sells a wide range of…More selections, focusing on offering sustainable and ecologically responsible products such as organic clothing, home and garden products, bedding, baby products and more. Some selections include frames, albums, lanterns, candles, blankets, wall decorations, green stationery and accessories. Check the main site for a gallery of products offered or to join the company email list for updates and store information.
Caesar's Cyclery of Marin 29 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 Caesar's Cyclery of Marin is a family-owned bike shop. Established in 1982, and at its current location since 1985,…More Caesar's Cyclery was founded by Caesar Sr., who has worked in the bike industry since 1968. A family affair, Caesar's two sons now help him run the shop, selling bikes and bike accessories to customers in Marin and the surrounding communities. The shop carries street, road and mountain bikes as well as biking apparel and accessories such as bike lights, bells, horns, seats, handlebars, racks, locks and baskets. Bicycles are also available to rent.
Camp Tamarancho 1000 Iron Springs Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Camp Tamarancho offers lots of single-track trails for mountain biking and hiking. The scenery for the loop is quite…More varied: there are dense trees, mountain streams, open spaces and huge boulders. Family passes are available for $40, while individual passes are $25 and a 1-day pass is just $5. Keep in mind that the cliff-side road that leads to Camp Tamarancho can be tricky to navigate. It is rocky, twisting and unpaved -- make sure you have a sturdy vehicle that is capable of making the trip.
Founded in 1850, San Domenico is a private school located on 500 acres at the end of Butterfield Road, in Sleepy…More Hollow. The school, founded by Catholic sisters, includes a co-ed preschool through 8th grade day-school program and a girls' boarding high school program. The campus, surrounded by lush hills and open space, is known particularly for its Music-Virtuoso Program and Riding School. International students come to attend the music program.</p>
<p>Tuition ranges from $9,975 for the half-day preschool program to $42,800 for the high school boarding program. Some financial assistance is provided, which students can apply for. There is an extensive application process and students can visit the campus before applying.</p>
<p>In addition to the schools' programs, the campus is also used for summer camps, horse riding classes at the riding school, and a number of community events. In 2008, the school unveiled an extensive solar system to help power the campus' energy use.</p>
Terra Linda-Sleepy Hollow Divide Northern Preserve 270 Fawn Dr, San Anselmo, CA94960 Linda-Sleepy Holly Divide Northern Preserve is part of an open space preserve that consists of 1,168 acres of…More rolling hills, trees, plants and wildlife. A multiuse pathway called Mission Pass Path is located on the 300 block of Fawn Drive in a residential area. This wide, paved fire road is often used for hiking, biking, running and dog walking. The path winds through coast live oak, California bay, toyon, young valley oak, coyote brush and buckeye. There are no drinking fountains, park benches, picnic tables, grills or other amenities, so bring what you need. Dogs are permitted on leash on trails and off leash under voice command on fire roads.