Agree with previous reviews that it’s best suited for RV camping. Spacious beach, cozy neighbors, consistent traffic, excellent sunset with shockingly beautiful waves
I am a tent camper. This regional park is a draw for the pristine miles of beach you have access to. The camping however, is best suited for RVs. Mostly because of the fact it is open and the fact that it is windy. No shelter for tents.
It is large campground with lots of RVs all year round. It also gets a lot of day use visitors so it can be crowded. Used by fishermen to take their boats out in Bodega Bay.
But if you hear a beach calling you - you can walk on this beach for literally miles.
You need a reservation well in advance. One of the campground has the Bodega Harbor on one side and on the other side the ocean (Jetty).
There is access to a trail that goes back towards the highway and is great for bird watching.
It is well maintianted and a plus is coin operated showers.