1 Park near Olema, California
Aug 2015 - $63.00
Nice rustic park, gravel roads and pads that are decently level. Sites are good size and there are nice trees around. Dump station is easy to access, which is good since most sites do not have sewer so Sunday has a pretty long lineup at the dump station.
Very quiet at night and good food and drinks within walking distance in Olema, or take the county bus to Point Reyes Station for small town shopping and supplies.
My only complaint would be that for some reason many people felt their dogs did not need to be on a leash and just let them wander around. This makes for some uncomfortable situations when our dog get anxious to have some other dog loose wandering in to her camp. The staff may need to step up and remind dog owners to leash up, too bad people can't just be responsible for themselves.
Looking forward to our next stay at Olema Campground. - RestlessRVrs
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