San Francisco RV Resort is right on the shore of the Pacific Ocean and just 15 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Half Moon Bay. You are within walking distance of the beach and the friendly staff at this San Francisco, CA campground will help you organize tours to the places you want to see in and around San Francisco.
You can spend your days surfing, lounging on the beach, or tide pooling. In the park, there is a pool and hot tub, barbecue grills, picnic tables, and every site is oceanfront. You may fall asleep to the sound of the waves.
“Made a last minute reservation here and it worked out perfectly. The Jacuzzi was great and the pool was heated.” – Barbara, Google review
Located 10 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, this park is close to Muir Woods tiol Monument, sunset cruises, and the pa Wine Train. Other sites include the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Marin County Civic Center, the 1855 Point Bonita Lighthouse on the Marin Headlands, and Mount Tamalpais State Park. It’s one of the top-rated Good Sam RV parks near San Francisco, CA.
The park is a 10 to 15-minute walk from two major shopping centers and just over a mile from Trader Joe’s. A short 30-minute drive north to Petaluma takes you to 60 outlet stores at Petaluma Village Premium Outlets.
“Very nice clean place. Easy access to San Francisco, Oakland or fathered north.” – Spike, Google review
Coyote Point Recreation Area is run and maintained by the County of San Mateo Parks Department. It is on the shore of San Francisco Bay and offers a mari, swimming, windsurfing, fishing, and sailing as well as bicycling and jogging trails. The playground is amazing, and there is the CuriOdyssey science center, with wild animals and hands-on science exhibits.
The CuriOdyssey and the amazing playground are worth the trip. It has an excellent mari, so if you have a boat, this is the place for you. The park has few RV amenities but makes up for it in available activities.
“I love this park. Have been going there since I was nine years old and it is still as beautiful as the day I first saw it.” – Jean, Google review
Located 20 minutes from downtown Oakland, the park offers a variety of outdoor recreation, including 70 miles of hiking and biking trails. You’ll also find Chabot Lake for fishing and boating. On foot, you can take wildflower tours in season and go backpacking on Skyline National Trail, Bay Area Ridge Trail, and Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail.
The San Francisco camping sites are administrated by the East Bay Regional Park District. It’s clean and convenient. It offers outdoor recreation for the real enthusiast just a few minutes from the City of Oakland, across the bay from San Francisco.
“Great, easily accessible park. The campgrounds are a little crowded but not claustrophobic. The campgrounds overlook the lake.” – Brandon, Google review
Located just a few steps from the beach at Half Moon Bay, this is a premium RV park. It is a first come first served park, so you choose your site when you arrive. The maximum rig length is 40 feet.
The main thing you will love is the location. Half Moon Bay is a top surfing destination and if you surf, this is the place for you. The park offers passes to some of the local sites during 2018 on the second Saturday of the month. It is also a great place for whale watching in the season.
“Right on the water, the view is amazing. Sunset is breathtaking. A lot of restaurants nearby. Nice hike along the beach.” – Frank, Google review
Half Moon Bay State Beach is a tightly controlled strip of beach four miles long. It is a popular setting for sunbathing, fishing, and picnicking. It has a visitor center where you can learn about the California coastline and history of the area. It is considered a good place for families.
If you want a quiet place at the beach, this is the RV park for you. It has no frills but provides a clean, beautiful environment where you can enjoy the ocean and swim or surf.
“I enjoy coming to the Half Moon Bay to unwind and watch the waves. I walk on the beach with my kids, play in the sand and watch them run around.” – Ashika, Google review
Trailer Villa RV Park is located on the shores of San Francisco Bay at Redwood City. It is a convenient location between San Jose and San Francisco. It is close to Stanford University and many of the top tech companies.
If you are visiting Silicon Valley and want to avoid an expensive hotel, this RV park is a good option. It has a beautiful location and is conveniently near many of the important places on the San Francisco peninsula. It gets top RV park San Francisco, CA reviews.
“We love this place. Great for Bay Area access and a large 5th wheel.’ – Leslie, Google review
The park is 15 miles west of San Rafael and provides an amazing outdoor experience. It has many hiking trails, where during the season you can watch salmon spawn or kike to the top of Barnabe Peak and get one if the best viewpoints in Marin County. It has shady strolls and trails for serious hikers.
This park is run by the California Parks and Recreation Department. It is clean and convenient to San Francisco. It has great hiking trails through the mighty redwoods. It has one dog-friendly trail that follows the old North Pacific Coast Railroad into the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
“Beautiful area surrounded by redwoods and excellent hiking trails. Takes you up the mountain to a stunning view of the city and Bay Bridge.” – Caren, Google review
Situated near the Half Moon Bay beach and surrounded by the Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay Golf Course, this RV park has a fantastic location. It is on the western side of Hwy 1 and has magnificent views of the ocean hills, golf course, and the Pacific Ocean. It’s a short walk to the beach.
Pelican Point RV Park is considered to have one of the best locations on the Central California coast. It is within five miles of some of the top restaurants in the Bay Area and just 45 minutes from San Francisco. With the golf course and amazing waves for surfing, it makes for a great vacation.
“Camping at the RV park and walking to the beach was romantic. The dogs enjoyed the beach.” – Maria, Google review
The park is conveniently located near the attractions of the San Francisco Bay area, including downtown San Francisco, the wine country, and the Golden Gate Bridge. It offers a quiet setting surrounded by hills and has several good walking trails. It’s one of the best campgrounds near San Francisco, CA.
Novato RV Park is a certified Green Business. You are reducing your carbon footprint by staying there. One of the few trailer parks near San Francisco, CA that is environmentally friendly.
“The key to this park is the location. It is only a half an hour to many different attractions including downtown San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge and Muir Woods and the Sonoma wine country. The sites are tight.” – Andrea, Google review
You may select from the RV parks in the San Francisco, CA area on this list according to the reason you are visiting the Bay Area. The San Francisco campgrounds that offer the most access to the beaches are the RV parks near the city that are right on the ocean such as Pelican Point RV Park, Half Moon Bay State Beach and Pillar Point Harbor RV Park. The San Francisco parks rates for spots on the Pacific Ocean may be higher except for Half Moon Bay State Beach, which is a government-run park. San Francisco RV Resort is on the beach and offers a few more amenities such as a hot tub and barbecue grills. These are also the best long-term RV parks in San Francisco, CA.
Some RV campgrounds near San Francisco, CA offer outdoor recreation in the wilderness, including the Samuel P. Taylor State Park and the Anthony Chabot Regional Park. These San Francisco campsites are close to the city but feel like a million miles away. They have hiking trails through redwood forests and to the top of mountains where you get spectacular views of San Francisco and the bridges.
If you’re looking for RV camping near San Francisco that has superior recreation on-site, then the Coyote Point Recreation Area is your best option. With its fabulous playground and interactive science museum, your children will be occupied for hours.
For those of you who want to spend some time visiting the tech companies in or near Silicon Valley, Coyote Point Recreation Area and Trailer Villa RV Park are located south of San Francisco, on the Bay, right by the tech companies, while still offering a vacation on the water.
Finally, if your aim is to visit as many wineries a possible and taste the samples along the way, you may choose Marin Park or Novato RV Park as they are both in Marin County north of San Francisco and offer tours of the Sonoma wine country. Whatever your aim, these represent the best RV camping in or near San Francisco, CA
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