Most of Marin’s population is to be found in the cities along the eastern edge of the county along the Highway 101 corridor, but the largest land portion of the County is still quite rural—rolling green hills spotted with cows and sheep, spectacular shorelines, and tens of thousands of acres of protected open space in the Point Reyes National Seashore, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and Mt. Tamalpais State Park. Many of the local businesses are focused on serving the needs of the visitors who flock to enjoy the great natural beauty of the area or supporting the residents and employees of the agricultural economy. The children attend small country schools or, in some cases, travel “over the hill” into the larger districts. Muir Beach and Stinson Beach are especially popular in the summer. Spectacular hiking trails abound.
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