I’m passionate about Sausalito, and 2023 is my 16th year of sharing this guide to our wonderful little town. This is not a marketing page, and I’m not a marketer. That’s why Alexa and other services have ranked us as the largest and the most-visited Sausalito website in the world every year since 2017.
Why do we call this site “Our Sausalito?” My family first appeared in the pages of the Sausalito News in September of 1905, just before the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906. Four more generations have been born in this area. We’ve traveled the world, and always come back to the only place that ever felt like home. We and our kids have lived in four different Sausalito neighborhoods and I work in a fifth neighborhood here, so I have a lot to share with you!
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January 14-29, 2023 — Jewels of the Playa Exhibit, Reception (Jan. 14), Panel (Jan. 18)
If you’ve never seen Burning Man — or if you can’t wait to go to the Playa next year — this exhibit is for you, and it’s well worth the trip.
They can answer more questions than a Jeopardy champion!
A floating home, a welcoming community and a way of life.
We share the top places for views and cuisine. And for dinner, lunch and breakfast. Oh, and then there’s brunch, and…
(The view above was taken on a rainy day, so you can imagine the views when it’s clear!)
We have tips for riders and all the current schedules
We offer lots of choices to customize your visit.
Maps and tips for your visit. Plus the most famous and outrageous!
Insider tips for bike rentals and for local biking fans.
A long list of things to do in Sausalito California for both adults and kids.
And learn the difference between the Promenade and the Sausalito Boardwalk!
Big views of San Francisco, Angel Island and sailboats on the Bay.
The Most Romantic, the Best Views and more.
With links to restaurants, hotels and things to do.
Annual events, plus links to music venues.
A long list of the famous and infamous have lived and worked here
The bullet-list of everything about our town.
Ferries! Trains! Buses! Bikes! Horses! (Yes, really!)
We have tips to save you money and hassles.
How to visit this amazing old growth redwood forest.
Our exclusive guides to parking, walking and biking at the Bridge.
One of our most-visited National Parks borders Sausalito.
Ever wonder where those great photos were taken?
A unique and historic village shares Sausalito’s Zip Code.
Every summer Sausalito hosts great musicians and bands, and it’s back for 2022!
Houseboats and Homes.
In Sausalito we demand more than a mere 12 days of celebration!
How a BBQ in Hurricane Gulch launched the largest Sausalito website in the world.
We hand-craft your ad content with small-town care.
Stay tuned for plans in 2022.
Our Mission in Sausalito
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- Statcounter (visitor statistics).
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