“Parking Lot with Awesome Ocean Views!”
San Francisco RV Resort
This was our first visit to the San Francisco area and the San Francisco RV Resort was appealing because we only had to pay $20 a night with our Thousand Trails (Affiliate Link) membership. While checking in I heard the clerk on the phone quote $115 per night. Overpriced in our opinion.
As the other reviews state its simply a parking lot with narrow spaces, took us some maneuvering to get lined up perfectly so we could open both slides without “going over” the lines on each side of the space. Luckily our neighbors were very nice so it wasn’t as uncomfortable as it could have been.
That said this “RV parking lot” is right on the water. There is even a dog-friendly beach about half a mile walk along the water’s edge. Mind you that its a cliff and there has been some erosion, fencing in place for safety, but the views are awesome. We spent one-afternoon watching whales breach, dolphins swim back and forth in the surf and an amazing sunset.
Proximity to San Francisco wasn’t too bad. We went to the city a couple of times in the afternoon and it took about 20-30 minutes to get to the Golden Gate Bridge with traffic. We chose to drive and take Maggie with us but our RV neighbors used Uber for about $45 round trip.
Laundry and restrooms were very clean. $2.50 to wash and 12 minutes of drying time for 25 cents. A clubhouse, BBQ/picnic area, and a small convenience store also on site.
Would we stay again?
Although the park is very tight everyone on staff was very friendly and all the common areas were very well kept. We enjoyed our stay here and will likely consider it again if ever in the San Francisco area.
Nightly Cost: $20 with our Thousand Trails Membership (Affiliate Link)
Days Stayed: 6
Hookups: Full Hookups
Pad Type: Asphalt
Pets: Allowed on Leash
WiFi: Cell signal was excellent for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
*This is our review/opinions of our stay at San Francisco RV Resort
You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2018 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.
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