Pt. Reyes has over 60,000 acres of mostly untouched land, extending from the shore over some low hills. There are four campgrounds in the park - camping is allowed only in the campgrounds. Campers are limited to a total of four nights. Check in at the visitor center before departure - trails are often impassable and water at the campgrounds can be tainted.
All campgrounds have water, fire grills (you know, a metal box on top of a three foot high pole), toilets, food lockers, and a hitching rail for you horse.
Campground reservations are required, and can be made up to three months in advance. Get reservations early - this is a popular place.
Just north of Pt. Reyes is a large private campground - Olema Ranch Campground - with water, toilets, and showers. Reservations accepted at (415) 663-8001. $16 and up per night.
Point Reyes is located off highway 1, 40 or 50 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge. The visitor center is near the town of Olema.
USGS 7.5' Topo Maps
Point Reyes National Seashore