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Great place to stay. The campground was clean and quiet. Full hook ups for RV sites. There were lots of animals! Be aware that you can’t use the lake because it’s for owners only.
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We stay here for a few days while we dealt with some family flying in and out of San Francisco. It worked pretty well. Campground was noisy on the weekend but quiet during the week. Solid place but not a lot of charm or character.
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…
I've camped here more times than I can count. I remember camping here during several wine-soaked weekends with large groups of friends, back in my younger days. We rode our bikes through the Napa valley, stopping at multiple wineries along the way. Then, after a day of riding and wine tasting,…
This campground was a challenge to get to. Many windy roads (clearly not their fault). Some shady sites. Few full hook up available. Honey wagon available for non-sewer sites for $25. Clean bathrooms/showers. Dirt sites mostly level. The sites across the back of the campground are beautiful. Most…
Too bad this has been closed. It was a great relatively inexpensive RV park right in the middle of Calistoga, aka Napa Valley CA
Park is clean, quiet and close to San Francisco. Sites are gravel, not level and close together. Shopping and grocery store with in a couple miles. Great location to stay if visiting the city.
Great scenery for camping the night! Spots are a bit close together and close the highway but that doesn't take away from enjoying the site too much
Great spot to camp with kids. Lots of kids on bikes, trails, cool trees and big shady campsites.
This place is great! I had a free trial here and I have to say it was great experience. Beautiful river along with campsites surrounded by tall tress. Nice place to relax,hike, fish and or kayaking. full hookups and well maintained campground along with a decent rec center.
Rolled into the campground hoping for a walk-in and was greeted by the friendly and helpful owner, Chris. I only stayed 1 night on my way through the area, but decided to stay for an extended weekend on my way back. Quiet (due to the rules), clean and both Chris and his wife work hard every day to…
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My favorite. Very few sites. 1/3 on the beach, 1/3 in the trees, 1/3 on gravel. Big spacious. Any spot is a good spot. Walk up to the ocean. Fall asleep to the sound of the waves. Close to cute town. Lots to do.
It’s a very pretty scene. The campground for the most part is quiet. Lots of trails to explore. Camping spots are very close together. You can hear traffic from the highway. We had to dry camp.
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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