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Hog Island Oyster Company

20215 Hwy 1, Marshall, CA, US 94940 (Marshall)



$25 Average Per Person




Open Today (Wed)

10:30AM – 5:00PM

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There is a $5 per person picnic/ reservation fee.

Bar Hours

Farm: Monday-Sunday 9:00-5:00

Shuck your own Picnic: 10:30-5:00

The Boat an Oyster Bar: Friday-Monday 11:00-4:30 


Hog Island Oyster Farm is located in the historic village of Marshall, CA on the eastern shores of Tomales Bay – 46 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge.   We have been raising oysters and shellfish since 1983, and are proud to celebrate 30 Years growing naturally sustainable seafood and serving up an exceptional oyster experience – straight from the source.

Picnic At The Farm. Shuck-Your-Own Picnic Tables are booked by reservation only

When you book a picnic you receive your own picnic table, grill, and the tools to shuck your own oysters. We even throw in shucking lessons (if needed – please ask) and fresh lemons and condiments to enjoy oysters raw on the half shell.  You may bring your own beer, wine, and other fare to barbeque and enjoy.  And, complement your picnic with grilled oysters, local cheese, charcuterie and local beer and wines purchased from The Boat (open Friday – Monday).

The Boat – An Oyster Bar On The Farm 

Our on-site oyster bar, The Boat, is open Friday through Monday and offers shucked (raw) and barbequed oysters, local cheeses, bread, beer and wine.  No reservations are needed. We serve guests on a first-come-first-serve basis and offer several small community tables overlooking our cove. Order at the boat, grab a seat at a communal table, and enjoy fresh oysters and new friends!

Buy Oysters and Shellfish To Go

Purchase fresh oysters and shellfish (Manila clams and mussels) to go at The Hog Shack, located at the front entrance of Hog Island Oyster Farm. We have discounted pricing built into purchases of 50 or more. We also sell oyster knives and ice. Please bring your own cooler when possible. 



Contact Information






(415) 663-9218