San Francisco RV Resort
Derek & Alex W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Nov. 23, 2021

Way better than the bad reviews say!

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 way in. Spots are pre-reserved for you so you don't have to worry about the first-come-first-serve mess. That's always a relief. It doesn't look like all of the pull-through spots are still pull-through really even though the campground map indicates they are. The ones on the north side may be but looked like they are for really long rigs. I think that's mostly because of the recent configuration changes to the spots. The west side of the park DID fall into the ocean. This doesn't affect you or anything. There's a fence along that side now so you don't get close to the cliffs.

The spots are all on asphalt so that keeps everything a bit cleaner. Some spots like ours did have the hookups on the wrong side due to it having been a pull-through at one time. We had to bring our cord and sewer line under the RV but didn't need any extensions. We were right beside the bathrooms which were clean and well kept. The spots are a bit tight... but... just realized where you are. It's not like there's a whole lot of land to go around in this city.

The view of the ocean and the sunsets are fantastic. I honestly didn't understand any of the bad reviews because we actually had no bad experiences whatsoever. No campground is truly a 5-star as they never have everything but this one is definitely a solid 4.

Even though it's in Pacifica, it's still super easy to get into San Francisco if that's your goal. We just parked our truck at Daly Station's parking garage. It's very safe and patrolled ( still don't leave anything visible in your car though just to be safe). The train takes you right into the heart of San Francisco and the transportation system there gets you everywhere else easily. We just got a Clipper card for our stay. If you just want to relax here there's still a beautiful walking path just south of the park. There is an auto junkyard next door to the south. Just get on the sidewalk and walk past there a little ways and then cut over on Paloma Avenue (I believe it was) to get to the path that goes along the ocean for a couple miles. Great views! Even walked down at night with our dog and never a once felt unsafe.

Vehicle Type: 38' 5th Wheel Stay: 2 Weeks Site: 84

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