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  • Drake's Estero is one of California’s most pristine estuaries and home to some of the healthiest marine life in the area.
  • The spectacular scenery and solitude of the 7,746 acre Drake Estero is experienced by kayakers from all parts of the country.
  • It is considered the "crown jewel" in one of the most unique places to paddle on the pacific coast of Northern California.
  • Drakes Estero is an expansive estuary in the Point Reyes National Seashore of Marin County, located approximately 25 miles northwest of San Francisco.
  • The eelgrass beds provide shelter for the countless invertebrates that form the basis of the complex food chain that makes this ecosystem so diverse.
  • Drakes Estero is a fabulous paddling retreat for all levels of kayakers.
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