Ten Outstanding RV Campgrounds near San Francisco

We’ve shared a lot with our readers about the joys of visiting the San Francisco area, so we thought we’d help your planning even more by adding a list of outstanding San Francisco area RV campgrounds. Knowing you’ll find great amenities, friendly staff and easy access to Bay Area attractions can make all the difference on your San Francisco RV camping vacation. Here’s our list!

  • Ranked among the best RV parks in the Bay Area by Woodall’s, Coyote Valley RV Resort in San Jose has something for everyone. A short drive takes you to San Francisco, great area golf courses and beautiful Monterey. While at the resort, enjoy the salt water pool, free WiFi and satellite TV, an outdoor games area and a nicely-equipped clubhouse.
  • Across the Bay and an easy drive west of San Francisco, the charming city of Pleasanton is home to Fair Park RV. Situated on the Alameda County Fairgrounds, this park gives campers the chance to easily visit San Francisco or branch out into Livermore Wine Country. The scenic mountain setting and affordable amenities make this park a hit with our RV rental customers.
  • Hoping to camp at the closest RV park to Golden Gate National Recreation Area? Golden Gate Trailer Park is just a few minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge, so pull that big rig to a halt in one of their campsites and get ready to enjoy everything San Francisco has to offer.
  • Looking for a picturesque setting outside the clamor of the city? Maple Leaf RV Park in Morgan Hill is located an hour south of the Bay Area and fits that description perfectly. Get ready to be charmed by the beauty of this large park close enough to area attractions but pleasantly away from it all.
  • North of San Francisco in Novato, Novato RV Park is highly-rated by our San Francisco RV rental customers. Camp sites that accommodate the big rigs, nice seasonal discounts and the easy drive to San Francisco attractions are just three reasons to park your RV in Novato.
  • An hour north of San Francisco and surrounded by stunningly gorgeous scenery, Olema RV Resort and Campground is the kind of place RVers return to frequently. While traveling to San Francisco is easy from this RV park, you’ll also find yourselves next door to Point Reyes National Seashore! Plan extra time to enjoy the wonders of this coastal RV campground.
  • San Francisco RV Resort – Pacifica: Ocean views just a short drive from the city; what could be better while on vacation? With many pull-thru sites, full hookups including 50 amp service and free WiFi, this park will become your comfortable home-away-from-home.
  • San Francisco/North Petaluma KOA is another area campground that receives high marks from our customers. Convenient to Point Reyes National Seashore, San Francisco and the vineyards of Napa Valley, this campground allows you to fully enjoy the region. Come home from exploring and play a game of bocce ball as you sip a glass of Napa Valley wine. Heaven!
  • Tradewinds RV Park of Vallejo keeps you close to both Napa Valley and the high-speed San Francisco Ferry that will carry you across San Pablo Bay and on to the San Francisco Bay area. Explore the Golden Gate Bridge, the lighthouses and Alcatraz and then ferry back to your luxurious RV rental for a well-deserved rest.
  • Another highly-rated park in the lovely town of Morgan Hill, Uvas Pines RV Park features shady campsites and friendly hosts with a quiet setting. Enjoy the convenience of camping close to Hwy 101 and come home to a peaceful night’s sleep outside the bustle of the Bay Area.
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9 Responses to Ten Outstanding RV Campgrounds near San Francisco

  1. Riley says:

    Personally, my family and I love going to the San Francisco RV Resort. They have the best services and on top of that, the view is gorgeous! We visit San Francisco a lot, and this is the resort we find ourselves at most often. When we are done site seeing, we like to just relax in our RV and watch TV. The way we do that is by bringing along our Tailgater. The Tailgater is a cool device from my employer DISH Network that lets us take our TV with us anywhere we go. It’s great because it is portable, and is really easy to set up. That, as well as the park are both things that I would recommend looking into!

  2. Guy says:

    Monty – the website for Maple Leaf RV Park is http://www.rvparkmorganhill.com/. What you have listed links to a Japanese site. Please fix for your readers when you get a chance. Thanks!

  3. karla says:

    any one know of a great ocean side rv park like the one in dillions beach ?

  4. Jin Pak says:

    Camping Southern California has a loads of fun and sports activities. We love to camping in San Francisco. Disneyland Camping and Universal Studios funnel people around the world at one place.

  5. Jin says:

    It is nice to definitely dig up a website where the blogger is intelligent. Thanks for creating your web site.

  6. Kristina says:

    Try Doran County Park at Bodega Bay.

  7. Geraldine says:

    Thanks very interesting blog!

  8. Marie says:

    Hello, I enjoy reading all off your article post. I wantsd to write a little coimment to
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  9. Monty says:

    Thank you Marie. We appreciate you taking the time to send us a message!

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