Pine Gulch Creek is a south-flowing stream in western Marin County, California, United States which empties into Bolinas Lagoon.
The creek parallels State Route 1
. Copper Mine Gulch
enters from the east, then McCormick Creek enters from the west at Pablo Point. After crossing under Olema-Bolinas Road, it feeds into the west side of Bolinas Lagoon just north of the town of Bolinas
Habitat and pollution
The only notable crossing of Pine Gulch Creek is the concrete slab at the Olema-Bolinas Road crossing, located 1.3 miles south of State Route 1. It was built in 1986.