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Candlestick RV Park is expensive, extremely narrow - obviously people don't go there for the view or the nice camping experience but because it's closest to SF - so go there if you want to explore the beautiful city: Metro is 15 Min. walk an takes you downtown. But please don't do your laundry…
Being a women camping by myself with my dog, it’s a very beautiful, very safe campground right on the ocean
If you want a great little place with quick easy access to San Francisco that has a great view of the ocean this place is great! And affordable! It's a little extra on a Thousand Trails membership... but the area is just so crazy expensive I can understand the need. The staff was welcoming on the…
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Awesome campground right by the beach in beautiful Half Moon Bay. Enjoy the sound of the ocean waves all night long. Sites are spacious, level and have picnic tables. Electric hook up is available but no water or sewer. They have a dump station for $10. Bathrooms have toilets on one side,…
Beautiful beach and dunes.
Amazing view, great temperature, bring heater. Conversions welcome
I've been coming here since in jr. High.good hiking exploring is fun fishing too
Costs a lot but great for a basecamp to explore SF. People were nice amenities are basic, it's a parkinglot. Pool and hot tub space is cramped and tiny but clean. Bathrooms are not the best. Its old and not kept up to date.
Again the location is the best, a quick walk to coffee, food and…
Located on the west side of the San Rafael/Richmond Bridge, on San Francisco Bay, this park is extremely popular with mountain bikers. There are definitely better mountain biking trails in Marin (Tamarancho Boy Scout Camp, for example) but keep in mind that the bar is very high for mountain biking…
This review is about the beach only. BEWARE-- WEAR WATER SHOES and be careful if you swim here. The 3 stars are because the water is clean (better water quality test results than a lot of other lakes/swimming holes/beaches around the bay area), the waves are gentle, it seems popular for kayaks and…
I am camping with my husband and 3 kids and our puppy. The hosts are friendly, cheap firewood, china beach village is just down the road and perfect to explore and swim. The showers are coin operated and aren't in the greatest shape but they get you clean and it is clean inside. The bathrooms are…
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The streets are lined with homeless living in RVs etc leading up to the RV park and after, it smells like sewage. When arriving I was moved to 3 different sites, all of which I couldn’t fit into. The guy running the park blamed me for not telling him I have a tow vehicle... he did however know the…
Very tight sites.
Parking can be a challenge depending on site.
Definitely request an ocean front site.
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Area offers campgrounds but also its a good place to do day hikes. Its very close to San Francisco so it can get busy. Not the best place to be in solitude but it offers nice trails and views. Restrooms are available and there’s easy parking access.
Convenient location. Just outside of San Francisco above the beach. Premium sites all washed out. Nothing more than an asphalt parking lot. We paid over $100 to be up against the road as far from the beach as possible. So disappointing.