About Dillon Beach, CA
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Homes for Sale in Dillon Beach
Just a few miles south of Bodega Bay is the North Marin coastal hide-a-way of Dillon Beach. With less than 400 residents, this beach community brings you the opportunity to truly get away from it all while being close enough to civilization that you’ll never miss it. The village is generally made up of smaller homes and bungalows with easy beach access. Oceana Marin brings you larger, more modern homes with panoramic views and spacious lots. You’ll also find the Dillon Beach Resort with its general store and cafe, as well as the world-famous Lawson Landing campground.
Nearby Tomales was founded way back in the 1850’s and became an important stop on the North Pacific Coast Railroad. By 1877 the William Tell House was founded and became the center of town – as it remains today. Located at the north end of Marin and just 75 minutes from San Francisco, the historic town of Tomales provides easy access to Point Reyes, Marshall and all other small towns along Tomales Bay. With just over 200 people, Tomales has a true feel of community with it’s elementary school, high school, community center and park bringing residents together on a regular basis.