It’s a short stroll to downtown San Anselmo, with its antique shops, cafes, and galleries. Explore one of Northern California’s most popular biking corridors, find solace in surrounding parklands and trails, or drive (20-30 minutes) to visit nearby San Francisco, the beach, or wine country.
Enjoy the University's Bouick Field with a picnic and volleyball, croquet, or any other park activity.
Relish in the beauty of the Ross Valley with this 2.5 hour, round-trip (easy/mostly flat) hike.
San Anselmo is known as the Antique Capital of California. Meander through local antique stores to find your very own treasure.
Along with our very own Julia Morgan homes, Marin County features many architectural treasures. Start your tour off with the Queen Anne Victorian, Falkirk Mansion, built in 1888. Continue on to the futuristic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Marin County Civic Center. Both are located in San Rafael.
We are just 45 minutes from Sonoma, so get a group together and enjoy the California Wine Country.
Whether you’re a fan of fresh oysters straight out of the bay, or want to compare cheeses from a plethora of local creameries, West Marin never fails to delight visitors with its beautiful scenery and artisan atmosphere.
It’s as easy as taking the ferry from Larkspur Landing into San Francisco! Or, the more adventurous folks may wish to sail in one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
Farmers Markets Marin is filled with culinary delights! The Marin Civic Center Certified Farmers Market has been chosen as one of the top ten markets in the country and is open both Thursdays and Sundays. For a fun evening excursion, visit the downtown San Rafael Farmer’s Market on Thursday nights, April-September.
We invite you to take a walk on our incredible Marin campus—home to graduate programs in theology, education, and business. The campus provides access to educational, professional, cultural, and recreational opportunities on an exceptionally beautiful site. Our educational programs are the result of a 2019 merger between the University of Redlands and San Francisco Theological Seminary, which built on the two institutions’ combined 250 years of history and common commitment to students, scholarship, and service.
Enjoy the grounds and consider timing it around a sunset or sunrise on Geneva Terrace. You’ll soon discover why our campus is a hidden gem!Download Tour PDF