1 Park near Pacifica, California
Feb 2016 - $42.00
Without question, if you are visiting San Francisco, this is the best RV park to consider. We stayed here for 3 months and in my opinion, the pros outnumber the cons significantly.
First the cons: All the sites are narrow and only a handful of them border grass medians which give a bit more space. Our 5th wheel with opposing slides, literally reached the lines on both sides of our space. For much of our stay, the window in our dining room slide was six inches from the trailer next door. We saw two cases of an RV hitting another RV trying to get in/out. Another con is the salt fog, which often rolls in here and corrodes anything it touches. All exposed iron or steel will rust in days. We used a rust protective spray constantly while here. Staying a few days, this wouldn't be a problem. The last con is the cost. It is horrendously expensive, but pretty much anything in the Bay Area is as well. Our rate was the monthly rate with a Thousand Trails discount (10%).
Now for the pros! The ocean is 200 feet away! While there isn't a beach right here, there is a great dog-friendly beach a 1/2 mile pleasant walk away and the ocean views are steps away from the sites. The little village which is a 5-minute walk away has everything--a great coffee shop, Safeway, a butcher shop, a deli, a barber, several restaurants, Walgreens, a pet store, and much more. The park is 25-minutes from any part of San Francisco (no, it's not 10 minutes as a prior reviewer said). There is much to do in Pacifica like hiking, live music, restaurants, many nice beaches, golf, surfing, biking and lots of parks. The park itself is very well-managed with good security and friendly, helpful staff. While the pull-through spaces are narrow, they are quite long and the roads are pretty wide and easy to navigate.
Overall, while this was one of the most expensive parks we have visited and it doesn't offer many amenities, the location and surrounding area more than make up for that. - MrSunshine
Oct 2015 - $19.00
This is a tight parking lot, not a destination resort. Although right on the ocean, there is no beach to access. Our pull-in site faced the fenced off pool and hot tub area, and we were too close to our neighbors to pull out both of our living room slides. That said, it's a great place to park for a few days while you take in the sights of San Francisco. It's within walking distance of a grocery store, farmer's market, and access to public transportation. - USA-RVNomads
Sep 2015 - $100.00
We have stayed here on several occasions back in the 2004 to 2006 before Thousand Trails /ELS took over the property. I wish we could turn back time. The rates have doubled, the park has gone down hill, and it was never that great. The only reason to go here is the ocean view and the easy transport into the City. That is worth the rates we used to pay, I do have a hard time letting go of $400.00 + when I am providing my own shelter and am sitting in a parking lot that I can't even open my awning and sit out to enjoy the view. The people are friendly, which is always makes for a much nicer stay. You can go down to the beach if you're a daredevil. I think it is actually closed for safety reasons. We basically slept there as we were in San Francisco until almost midnight the entire time we were there. The staff is great at explaining how to use the bus and train system which has a stop right outside their gate. 10 minutes later your in downtown San Francisco. 10 minutes--true statement. - TruTrentTru