We all know San Fran is one of the most expensive cities in the us so expect to pay a bit more because real estate is so pricy. Turned up in the rain and the grounds were clean and no mud which was nice. Great walk straight out the back and the ferry to San Fran is a 10 min walk away. Staff were friendly and helpful. Will be staying here again
Perfect location to explore San Francisco! We rode our bikes to the ferry terminal and took them with us on the ferry into town. There are also good restaurants and a Trader Joe's grocery store nearby. Everything was clean and quiet when we at the park, but that was basically to sleep. The ladies in the office were so friendly and helpful. This was our first time at a RV park in the city and we were not prepared for all of the hook ups to be in the far back of our spot. Lucky for us they sold hoses and extenders in the front office. I would definitely stay here again if I was visiting San Francisco.
We stayed here 2 weeks in jan/feb. Very clean and well kept. No weeds, clean laundry room, everyone kept their areas near and orderly. Sunrises over the bay and sunsets over mount tam. The park is right on the bay, walking distance from the ferry and trader joes. Would stay here again!
Personal very helpful
If this park were anywhere else but the outrageously expensive Bay Area . . . But here it is the very best of the 4 we've used. The sites are perfect for Airstreams, which we saw a ton of. Today's bigger rigs with slides on both sides, would literally fill the entire width of the site. It appears that, whenever possible, bigger units are given 2 sites. This exemplifies what we saw of all the employees. They really go out of their way to make your stay the best experience possible. Information is provided to help guests take advantage of the nearby ferry that takes you within steps of the public transportation system in SF. Walking & biking trails abound with many shopping & eating options readily accessible using them. The provided Internet didn't work very well with my iPad. The best I ever got with the Verizon 4g was 3 bars, but no trees interfered with satellite TV reception. Not a place with room for kids unless the pool were open during the visit. We liked so well that our one week stay turned into 15 days!
Small sites but clean and good. The Service was very friendly. Wifi is good. You can go with the ferry to SF
Sites aren't cheap ($75/nt), but this is a clean, friendly and convenient place to stay. Wifi works wonderfully, easy walk to the ferry, and staff are amazingly helpful. Close to Trader Joe's, Cost Plus and walking distance to the ferry to SF. Definitely a great home base to explore the city. Don't hesitate to stay here.
We have not stayed. But price listed is incorrect. Motorhome cost about $100 per night.
We stayed for six nights in January. Our first experience in an RV park. Very peaceful, good clean amenities and staff who would fall over themselves to be helpful. The reason we chose this park was location. Right next to the ferry terminal and thus smack into the heart of the city. On our second trip into SF we took our bikes and had a great time cycling along the harbour to GG Bridge and then into the centre. The ferry ride itself is terrific. If ever I came back to SF in an RV, I would choose no other park.
No trees no fire pits and this ain't no National Park. Having said that there is not a lot to choose from near San Francisco and all of them are pure function. Gravel sites are flat and level full hookups and a very friendly helpful staff. As mentioned previously excellent access to Golden Gate Ferry and other amenities within walking distance. We have stayed here several times when business calls us to the Bay Area. Of course it's expensive but so is anything else within a 50-mile radius.
Very rude hostess. Too tight and very expensive!!! I wouldn’t stay here for any reason!!!!
For the area it's like everything else, close together. Our last step is right to outside of the RV next to us. This has got to be the most compact park we have ever been in, and the most expensive. I was surprised I even managed to back out trailer into the space.
Pro: Close to San Francisco. Close to Muir woods Very friendly staff. Cons: Expensive Packed in like sardines No pull throughs Poor dog park I know that realistate is at a premium in this part of the world, but this was a bit ridiculous.
We just dumping. Rate $15
There is no ambiance at all, its more like an RV storage lot. Very tight and very expensive. About $100 a night with discount and taxes. But the sidewalk over to the Larkspur ferry is at the end of the driveway. About a 10 minute walk. The ferry is the best way to go to the city, no driving or trying to find a parking spot. With Clipper card its $7.50 each way for a non senior. Plus the clipper card is good on all the mass transit in the city including the cable cars.
Ok for an overnight. Clean washrooms and showers. Ok WiFi and hookups. Very expensive
Staff were very friendly and helpfull to get the best in the city. It s close space from each other rv but we were aware so we didn t care. Laundry, washroom and shower were clean. Pool is nice. It s expensive but this is what you will get close to SF !