Heading south on 101, take the exit for Mill Valley/Tiburon, bear right and go towards Mill Valley. Turn left onto Camino Alto. Follow Camino Alto past Safeway and turn right onto Miller Ave.
After passing the Whole Foods on your left look for a left turn onto Montford Ave – you should see the famous 2AM Club on your left at the corner. Stay on this road even though it will change names – Molino, Edgewood, and Sequoia Valley Road. Follow the yellow line and ALWAYS go uphill! You will go through a couple neighborhoods until you get to what looks like a four way stop, known as “4 Corners.” Turn right here onto Panoramic Highway, (notice our billboard on your right.)
From “4 Corners” you will drive 4.5 miles up the mountain (at 1.7 miles you will see Mountain Home Inn on the right and a sign for Mount Tamalpais State Park on the left) until you see the Pantoll Ranger Station on the left. Here you will turn right, going up the mountain, taking Pantoll Road and following signs for Mount Tamalpais.
From that split at Pantoll Ranger Station: At 1.0 miles you will see Trojan Point Parking Lot on the right. At 1.4 mile you will see Rock Spring Parking Lot in front of you.
MOUNTAIN PLAY PARKING ATTENDANTS WILL GUIDE YOU TO AVAILABLE PARKING SPACE.
If you park at Air Force Base Lot: PLEASE DO NOT HIKE to the theatre from the Air Force Base. Marin Municipal Water District has closed the trail.
If you want to hike before or after the show, there are many hiking trails starting at the Rock Spring parking lot. Visit the Friends of Mt. Tam Booth at the event for more hiking info.
The theatre entrance is just beyond Rock Spring. Patrons needing special access can be dropped off at the front gate before the car is parked.
Mountain parking lots typically fill before 10:00am on play dates. Drivers should drive up to the Air Force Base with reservations, or park at other lots available. From the Air Force Base Parking Lot and Trojan Parking Lot, patrons will be shuttled in small vans to the front gate. After the show, drivers and passengers should walk to Rock Spring via the side exit and DRIVERS ONLY will be taken around to surrounding parking lots. Drivers will then need to drive back to Rock Spring to pick up passengers. Don’t worry, there will be signs and volunteers to direct you.