2 Parks near Greenbrae, California
Oct 2011 - $33.00
Location was OK with access to shops and the ferry terminal. There's no spare space capacity, but the place would benefit from some additional facilities such as things for kids. The hosts were quite informative. - JAMESOPH
May 2011 - $40.00
This park is all about location. Easy access to wide variety of shopping and simple access to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal offering travel to the entire San Francisco Bay Area. A visit here is not about the beauty of the park, it's about visiting the San Francisco area. Some long-term residents offered no ill affects: park is quiet and to the point. Excellent and stable Wi-Fi. Hosts very helpful and informative. - CasaRoll
Mar 2011 - $40.00
It would be generous to call this place anything but a dump. The only redeeming features were the LOCATION (within walking/biking distance of Larkspur Ferry to San Francisco. Excellent Wi-Fi (Through Tengo) and full hook-up where everything worked and worked well. This is not a Campground as such. It is a Parking Lot for RVs & Campers. At $40/night PLUS TAXES it is a very expensive Parking Lot. Some serious effort needs to happen before I would rate this place above a one. Desperate people do desperate things. Like Stay Here. - Saskanna
Apr 2016 - $40.00
My rating is judging this park for what it is: a campground with great access to San Francisco. It is, as others have said, a parking lot with red-painted railroad ties to separate sites. The sites are level, are on rocks so you're not tracking in dust and dirt and the hook-ups are easy. The bathrooms are cleaned every day, the staff is fun and full of knowledge about the area. It is extremely close to shopping and within walking distance to Trader Joes. But, the best part is that it is within a 15-minute walk to the ferry to San Francisco and within a 15-minute drive over the bridge if you want to take your car to the city. We like to hike and it is close to a plethora of hiking locations, in China Camp SP, or in Marin Headlands or in Point Reyes National Seashore. If you like lighthouses, there are two within a 40-minute drive. There is a wetlands trail right outside the park which can be a short or a long walk, depending upon which route you take. There are bike trails all over the area for walking also.
We liked this park for what it was - location, location, location and we'd definitely come back. Our cost was for a month and we were given an extra site for our Jeep. - swike
Apr 2016 - $84.00
We called to book a 4 night stay, and were given a confirmation number. When we were arrived, we were told that we had no reservation, and they were full. The reservation number showed in their system as an overbook, with no name associated.
As for the park itself, the location is the only selling point. The spaces are very tightly spaced. It does appear to be clean, but there is little aesthetically appealing and the location, while close to San Francisco and the Larkspur ferry, isn't otherwise particularly desirable. - Acornalley
Dec 2015 - $88.00
Much has been said, mostly true. We have been coming here for 10 + years. Started at f$40 a night. Now close to $100. As a park, not worth it, as a location, it is as close to San Fran as you can get. Park is all gravel, a bit tight. They use to give us two spots, with 4 slides. This time, they did not. Said they gave us a wider space so did not need to meet the fire code. - Bobcat1