1 Park near Olema, California
Aug 2015 - $53.00
We stayed here for three nights mid-week; we had partial hookups (water and electric). The site was very spacious, near trees and shade, very quiet. Notably, there were no Mosquitos, a big plus for us. The sites are very easy to back into. The grounds are well kept; the bathrooms clean. There are 2 showers in each bathroom; we didn't use them but they were very clean. Only draw back on the showers: you share the little dressing area; could be an issue for some. Others have commented on the Wi-Fi; we had excellent reception. There are sites near the front of the park with full hook ups; some are fairly spacious, others a bit tight. Also they are closer to the main road(Highway 1) and road noise could be an issue. A few of the sites further in the RV park have full hook ups. There is a lot of area for tent camping. All the sites have a table and fire pit. The park is near the town of Point Reyes Station which has a number of shops, restaurants. Then there is the Point Reyes National Seashore with plenty of hiking trails, the lighthouse, etc. In the past we've stayed at nearby Samuel P. Taylor State Park and while it is a lot less expensive, (a) they have no hook ups(b) it's a bit warmer (c) We were eaten alive by the Mosquitos. I'd definitely stay at Olema Campground, given the choice. - neuronz
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Olema Campground is a nice campground for visiting Point Reyes National Seashore and is a one hour drive, 37 miles, from San Francisco.
The price is very good compared to closer San Francisco RV park options.
The campground is very large with good spacing between sites and separate areas for tent campers.
This will definitely be our base for any future visits to the San Francisco area. - Navy RV Traveler
Jul 2015 - $72.00
Spacious, level sites with grass, picnic tables, & fire pits. Peaceful, convenient to Point Reyes National Seashore & Pacific Coast drive. Not convenient to San Francisco, but at least it's a campground, not a concrete lot for RVs. Has a fenced dog area. Large laundry room which was reasonably priced. Check in was professional, but you have to ask for WiFi access; it's not offered to you. WiFi connection was not very good; very slow & kept disconnecting. One of the restroom facilities was dirty, & there was no privacy in the showers. We found one building with clean restrooms most of the time. The campground itself was clean, & they sprayed the gravel roads to try & keep the dust down. Whatever they sprayed with had a nasty odor. Not one of the employees spoke to us during our stay, except when we went into the office to buy firewood & ice. The office closed at 5pm. They are expensive, charge an additional $10 a night for Friday's & Saturday's, & an additional $3 per person per night for more than 2 people. Their website does not state (nor do they tell you when you call to ask questions & make a reservation) that the Good Sam's discount is only off the base price. The additional cost for the kids did not get discounted. Even though the cons outweighed the pros for us, I would have said I'd stay here again up until our last day. They posted signs saying the power company would be out working and the power would be out from 9am-5pm. When we left at 11:15am, there was still power. When we returned at 4:20pm, there was power. The clean restrooms we'd been using did not get cleaned that day. When I went to do laundry at 5:05, the laundry room was locked due to the power outage; no one ever reopened it. Someone who knew the owner told me to knock on the locked office door as his truck was parked outside. There was a light on and I saw shadows moving, but he didn't respond. Now I'm not sure I'd stay here again. - Ursula A