Created by suzharle on July 26, 2002
While most people visiting the San Francisco Bay Area may know Mill Valley only through the redwoods at Muir Woods, the center of town is so adorable it can't stop pinching itself. ...Once a hippy sort of art community, Mill Valley has evolved from a sleepy 1970's long-hair-tie-dyed hangout, to lively destination town with European appeal, just 10 minutes north of the Golden Gate bridge….The Depot square is the heart of town, and after shopping the numerous home decoration and clothing shops, art galleries, and local music stores, there is no better place to sit down and peoplewatch. Where else can you get a classic jazz vinyl record, a fez, a pink ginger plant, a healing massage, pistachio ice cream, unusual dresses and accessories, model pond boats, a racing bike, plus a custom-built picture frame, all washed down with a pint-sized latte?
Created by kylebarber on January 7, 2001
Experiencing nature at its best in and around Mill Valley
Created by paris on December 7, 2000
I have visited several restaurants in Mill Valley ranging from fast food to fine dining. Dress in Marin County is California style (whatever you want to wear). The restaurant has to be very expensive for suit and tie requirements.
Created by Lauri on July 6, 2000
I drove up for my cousin's wedding and ended up hiking through Muir Woods, writing in my journal, riding horseback along the beach, and generally having a more relaxing time than I would have thought possible with my entire family sleeping down the street.