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Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $69.00
The sites in this park are very close together. Our 42'RV, with 3 slides, just fit. We did reserve several months in advance and were able to secure a site with a grass island on one side, which gave us more room. Great cable and free WiF. Small dog walk area. Many stores within walking distance, including a fantastic bakery. The main draw for this park is the location, it is right on the ocean. There is a walking trail along the ocean to the pier. Great location for visiting all the sites and sounds of San Francisco. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $85.00
There didn't seem to be many choices for parks in the SF area and this one has a location that makes it easy to visit the City (San Francisco). When the weather is good the location is absolutely gorgeous! More typically the area is socked in with fog or low clouds. The pull-through sites for big rigs are the tightest I've ever seen. Lines are painted on the pavement to identify the site boundary and my neighbors and I were in our sites with about one foot from the edge of our slides to our boundary lines! I had to turn sideways to get between my rig and my neighbor, I guess RVs didn't have slides when the park was laid out. It's really way too tight to spend that kind of money but what are you going to do? I think we will look for another place next time we visit SF, but we would probably return here if we couldn't find a more suitable park. We camped here in a 39' rig with slides on both sides. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $86.00
Be careful where they put you. Your rig may barely fit if it fits at all. Other than that, this is the so-so. The ocean is reclaiming it's own. No more sites next to ocean with hookups. They lost several feet in the last storm. To be fair with the ratings, the campground has far too many campers for it's now downsized capacity. And it's going to get worse. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $68.00
Overall, the facilities were a bit dated but clean and well maintained, and and the staff was attentive and courteous. We had an oceanfront space, which was nice from an aesthetic value (the ocean sound) but it reeked havoc on our coach, weather-wise. The whole park is paved. Our space was small, and we were crowded very close to our neighbors. Wifi was adequate, but dropped our connection often. The park is close (walkable) to a strip mall with a grocery, bakery, deli, and some restaurants, with convenient access. There is also a bike/walking path along the oceanfront that you can use to get to the shopping area. We stayed there for 3 weeks while visiting in the San Francisco area. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $79.00
We have been coming to this parking lot for the last 7 years. It seems to be going down hill every time we come back, but it is the closest park to friends and family that live in Pacifica and Daly City, so I will keep on coming. This is not a resort, side by side parking with barely enough room to put out slides, one half of thee park is long term and rusting junk with flat tires in some cases engines being worked on ect. The office keeps bankers hours 9 to 5 no paper boxes sporadic wifi a staff that seems to have high turnover (new people every time we come back). Will keep coming back only while friends and family here. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $23.00
Not much more than a parking lot on the ocean, but very convenient to the city. Very tight parking spots. Many rusted trailers been there a long time. Premium sites with ocean views available, but with dry camping only. Small pool & hot tub available. Decent store with camping supplies on-site. Computer available for guest use. Clean (but expensive) laundry. If you have a rig larger than 32', call to reserve a specific spot big enough - otherwise, you may not fit. If you arrive after 5pm, staff is gone for the night - they leave your registration material at the door for you. Great drinking water. Rate reflects www.ReadyCampGo.com membership. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $18.00
I've got to say how very disappointed I was with this park. I had stayed here about 7 years ago and it was a top quality park. it’s a dump compared to what it was. There is an entire section of annuals that makes it look like a mobile home park. The annuals RV’s are old and run down and there is junk everywhere. The buildings are run down and everything needs a good paint job. The electricity does not register correctly on our surge protector it said there is no ground. And the only spots with a true ocean view have no hookups. The plus side is its within walking distance to pretty much anything you need groceries, restaurants, pharmacy etc. It has a great little walking path along the Cliff side with a beautiful view. and its close enough to the city that you can park and ride the Bart. I filled out the comment card on encores web site and the Manger called me right away to tell me that are working on the situation with the annuals and also to clean up the park. I was very impressed. I still love the location of this park and we stayed here with our RPI so it was cheap but this park is not even half what it use to be. Hope they can get it back to what it was! We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $80.00
They have a lot of nerve calling it a resort. We got an ocean view between 2 very old rigs who appeared to be permanent residents. Just had enough room to park the car off the road. Most spaces so narrow that slides nearly touched. Many older rigs with junk around them. The swimming pool was very small. Good wifi and cable and grassy dog areas. Wish there was better choice within 15 miles of downtown. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $70.00
My feelings about this park are very mixed. All staff very friendly and helpful. As said before, this is Not a resort by any stretch of the imagination but this place sits right on the edge of a bluff over the ocean. The view and sunsets are amazing. All of the hookups worked. Wi-Fi and cable were good. Laundry room large and clean. Stores and restaurants all within walking distance. Convenient for visiting San Francisco. Here is the bad stuff. The sites are long but so close together that when slides are out there was only 6 inches between rigs if that. We could not walk between rigs at all. There are to sides to this park and you do not want to be on the south side because of 99 percent permanent residents that do not seam to care about the park or their own space. Full of beat up rusted out trailers, buses, motor homes, broke down cars, and junk everywhere. North side of park is kept up. But, like I said very tight and would not leave personal property outside unattended. There is a dog run area but they do not mow often enough and people do not pick up after their pets. It was nasty. Good for a night or 2. Don't think we will return. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $78.00
The best thing about this park is the ocean view. It's spectacular. Otherwise, it's a giant parking lot. There's only about 4 feet in between the RV's; not even the width of a walkway, let alone anyplace to set out a chair to enjoy the view. Many spaces are too short to park a car and rv together. Getting to the park from the north side of S.F. is a real pain; 4 freeway interchanges and a toll bridge make it a harrowing adventure. Getting here from the south on Highway 1 is a lot easier. There are many long term residents here with junky rv's; some are on blocks with parts all over the ground. There are some end spaces with grass that are nicer then the all blacktop spaces, but one has to request them. The grass on the end spaces is the "dog walk" areas. So dogs visit your spot all day long. Most of the spaces are all blacktop with only the hookup pedestal in between. It looks like a mall parking lot. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $65.00
This is not a "resort" in any sense of the word. It is basically a parking lot with RV hookups. There is no room to sit outside and many many of the RV's were obviously permanent, old and not well taken care of. There was a grassy area where we could take the dogs to do their business but the grass was so high they had trouble walking through it. Office hours 8-5, the staff were friendly and helpful but overall there is no reason to come back except to spend the day in San Francisco, there is no reason to spend the day at the park. The bathrooms were not really clean and on one day smelled of urine. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $65.00
This is the third year I have been coming (periodically) to SF RV Resort primarily because its proximity to San Francisco’s numerous activities. That said, the “resort” (it’s not really a resort in any sense of the word) has shown clear signs of deterioration over the last two years. Ongoing plumbing issues have wreaked havoc within the RV park, disrupting the water supply and the quality of cable television service. I complained about the cable tv service and got an “oh...well” shoulder shrug from a groundsman and an affable young man at the front desk. Internet service is strong sometimes and nonexistent on other occasions. Mother Nature plays a part in this review. Erosion has wiped out the prime ocean view sites. While the management cannot control this situation, the price for a night’s stay has not been adjusted. And, for what it’s worth, the weather here is windy and overcast about 95% of the time. The groundskeepers do a very good job in keeping SF RV Resort reasonably clean and attractive; however, numerous full time RVs with their rusting exteriors and junky sites detract from the RV park’s esthetic. These units are on the southeast side. The other two area RV alternatives do not merit consideration because of their abysmal reviews, so that means to get close to San Francisco in an RV you’re probably going to be staying at San Francisco RV Resort. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $79.00
The best thing you can say about this park is the location, easy access to downtown San Francisco. The office staff was very nice and friendly but their hours were limited, 9 am to 5 pm and there was no presence after that nor was there an emergency number. My biggest complaint was the number of permanent residents who were in the area I had assumed was for short term guests--the end spots with picnic tables and a small grass area. We stayed for 14 days and had no major complaints. We were parked between these nicer spots and had no picnic table or grass. The spots are tight, you don't have room for sitting outside your coach. The permanent residents who were in the "premium end spots" had old, rusty RVs and looked liked they couldn't have moved if they wanted to. We were parked next to an RV that looked abandoned at first, all we could see were cats in the front window, but after a week the occupant returned only to accuse us of removing his septic hose so we could place ours in its spot. When we had arrived his septic hose was laying on the ground not connected and the hookups are not clearly marked. I would prefer in these parks to have a fair shot at the nicer spots as we paid more for two weeks than the "permanent residents" pay for the month. I'm not sure if we would stay here again, it is definitely not a Resort, although it did have a small pool. I would agree with the review that said it was like parking at Wal-mart but for a lot more expensive. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $70.00
This is pretty much a parking lot for RV's. We were lucky enough to have a space next to a small grass island. Otherwise you are slide to slide maybe 5 feet between. The electric, water and cable all worked fine. It is a very convenient place for visiting San Francisco. RV's tend to speed in after hours and with the office closing at 5 there is no one enforcing the speed limit. This place fills up every night so make reservations. It is a bit pricey for a parking lot. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $75.00
Very overpriced. It is basically an old parking lot which has been modified to serve as RV park. The restrooms and toilets are clean. Also the pool and hot tub are very well maintained. It is conveniently located near San Francisco. The view was fantastic but the park itself requires some maintenance. It is the first park were we had fast internet. In term of facilities we had a very positive impression. But: two issues are serious. There is no management after 5 pm. That is a serious issue as we saw unpleasant, uninvited persons on the campground. We did not feel very safe. Also there are pertinent residents that liked to smoke marijuana just behind our RV. Not something we would like to expose our children to. We were happy to leave, and will not return. We camped at San Francisco RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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