Stafford Lake County Park

Novato, California

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Stafford Lake is a good place for a group or family hike followed by a picnic. The hike offers scenic views of the lake and local hills. Some poison oak crowds the trail.

Stafford Lake County Park Professional Review and Guide

"Stafford Lake is a good place for a group or family hike followed by a picnic. The hike offers scenic views of the lake and local hills. Some poison oak crowds the trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Novato
Distance: 2.6
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: Best in March and April for flowers and green hills.
Trailhead Elevation: 200 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Local Contacts: Marin County Open Space District
Driving Directions: Directions to Stafford Lake County Park

Recent Trail Reviews

7/23/2005
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Have you ever thought about the possibility that when you walk down a trail you have never been before you may end up someplace or sometime you never expected? I have discovered a place such as described. At the trailhead to Stafford Lake an inter-dimensional wormhole has opened and connected to Stafford England. As a fellow explorer I bet you will find this secret to your liking. For the next couple of weeks the rift will remain open and allow you to view a part of history that ties Marin and England together by discovery. You like discovery don’t you? How about adventure? How about Royalty and Play, Passion and Romance, losing your cares and worries to ole Will and his magic tongue. Payment is optional depending on the level of your courage and ability to improvise on the spot. What happens in the Forest stays in the Forest, what do you have to lose? Remember to have a joke or riddle on hand to appease the lords and charm the ladies who wait. The main thing to remember is to please keep your hands off the mutton, this could be considered and executable offense at this time.



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May 2018