January 7, 2001
With 1.3 million visitors each year, Mount Tamalpais State Park is a popular destination. There are over fifty miles of trails marked within the protected park, some of which go on into the woods further north. A number of animal species call the area home, including bobcats, coyotes and foxes. Deer, raccoons and squirrels, however, are more likely to be spotted.
An amphitheater rests near the top, though I'm not sure how often they put on productions up there. But you'll probably be too transfixed with the panoramic views anyway to take in any theater. The incredible sights provide all the drama one would ever hope for.
From journal California: Mill Valley