Attractions in Corte Madera
Corte Madera Parks
Ring Mountain Preserve
On a clear day, enjoy stunning 360 degree views of the entire Bay Area. An easy two mile loop taking hikers thrugh oak woodland, wildflowers, grasslands and seasonal creeks. The hike begins at 5300 Paradise Drive with the trailhead leading into San Clemente Park.
A wonderfully open bird and wildlife sanctuary running along the east shoreline of Corte Madera. Enjoy walking and cycling paths. A great spot for young kids on bikes because it is completely flat and paved. Located at San Clemente Drive and Redwood Highway.
Corte Madera Town Park
The park spans 2.7 acres with picnic and BBQ sites. Enjoy tennis and basketball courts, a skateboard park and an enclosed playground.
Old Corte Madera Square
Visit Piccolo Pavilion a classic gazebo located in Menke Park where events are held throughout the year. Stroll along and visit the local businesses.
Corte Madera Farmers Market
The Corte Madera Farmers Market is held every Wednesday, noon to five pm, year-round at the Town Center in Corte Madera, off Hwy 101 at Tamalpais. Farmers, food purveyors, bakers and more showcase their bounty along the Mediterranean style courtyard.
You are invited to bask in the North Bay premier, upscale, outdoor shopping center featuring a world class collection of more than 65 retailers and restaurants. The Village at Corte Madera has recently been renovated and rejuvenated with new amenities, services, water sculptures, a warm fire pit, and more! Relax as you shop amidst sparkling fountains and gorgeous gardens.
The Town Center is located in Corte Madera, in central Marin County, five miles north of San Francisco. The Town Center features a broad range of retail stores and specialty shops.
Corte Madera Library
The local branch of Marin County Free Library is located at 707 Meadowsweet Drive, and has free wi-fi 27/7. Library card holders can check out eBooks and Audiobooks, stream video and music, learn a language and more! For a complete list of services, to apply for a library card, and to find recommendations for your next favorite book, visit www.marinlibrary.org.