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Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $97.00
Cost was too much for too little. Another concrete parking lot, with hook ups, and no space between sites. Picked this park for location to the city (about 7 miles from city center). It has a shuttle bus that takes you into the city for $12 per person. In its defense, we spent most of our time in the city so just needed a place to sleep and shower. So amenities were not that important. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $79.00
We were very happy with Candlestick RV Park. It is a great place to stay while visiting SF. A bit spendy, but this is San Francisco, so worth the bucks. Shuttle is very handy. Spaces are a little tight, but had no trouble with our 39 foot 5r, with 4 slides. Hook ups were all handy and clean. Management and staff very friendly and helpful. Mini Mart in the office area carried a lot of items and RV Supplies. Park has 24 hour security guards. Will definitely stay here again in the future. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $79.00
I'm not sure why people have given bad reviews to this campground. If your going to visit San Francisco in a RV, this is the place to stay. Clean, friendly helpful staff. The shuttle service is excellent. They were willing to take us or pick us up when we wanted, and at 12 dollars round trip the price is good. No room to hang outside by your coach but the city is the attraction, not camping. So if your looking for full hook ups and easy access to the city, this is THE CAMPGROUND to stay at. We will stay here again when visiting the city. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $75.00
For the ease of getting to downtown, this place would be a 10. Sadly, the campground has deteriorated since our last visit five years ago. There are many live-ins and the construction projects next door make for an ominous future. On the weekend we stayed, a sports car time trial rally was being held across the street which made for extra noise. The campground is clean enough and the manager is the nicest person around. This helps a little. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $79.00
This park is nothing more than a parking lot with hookups. It is located right across the street from Candlestick Park which looked dreadful. The sites are very tight. We were able to open our 2 slides, but had no room to extend our awning,which is OK because there was no room to put out our chairs anyway. No cable TV is available but our antenna got very good reception. The Wi-Fi was very slow and we were right across from the office. The laundry is large but so is the cost. Washers were $2.50 and dryers 25 cents per 5 min.The cost of our site was very pricey.On a positive note there is a nice recreational park just down the street with walking trails and biking trails along the bay. It is also very convenient to San Francisco sights. The only reason we stayed here is because there are very few choices in this city and it was all we could find. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $40.00
Super nice people that own this! An excellent central location. Laundry room immaculate with a dozen washers and dryers. Management was great at helping us find a spot that accommodated our larger RV and allowed us to park an extra vehicle. Thumbs up! We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $58.00
Worth every penny. Close to town. Not fancy, but as advertised. Nice staff. Clean and no frills, but convenient for everything an RVer goes to San Francisco for. Close to attractions and interstates. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $75.00
It is a parking lot with hookups. Wi-Fi worked well during non-peak hours. It's not a bad way to see San Fransisco. The park is located in a tough neighborhood, but they have very tight security. The restrooms/showers are very clean. Prices at their store are high. Stock up on supplies before arriving. Take their bus to China Town, or rent a cab. It's the only RV park in S.F. I'd stay there again to see more of San Francisco. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $69.00
Nice park that is Chinese owned. Good shuttle bus to downtown (Chinatown) Operates accurately. Clean restrooms. Good place to stay while visiting San Francisco. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $69.00
Recently spent two nights at the Candlestick RV park in San Francisco. Despite some of the negative comments made about the park and the area we enjoyed our stay. It was very quiet at night, well lighted and security at the entrance. The staff was very friendly and the restrooms were clean. The shuttle to Downtown for only 12 dollars round trip was a bargain and they were happy to add a later pickup time when requested. We stayed here when there wasn't a home game scheduled so when a game is played I'm sure all sites are taken. No doubt there will be considerable more activity than usual during a home game. I would stay here again and you should consider this park if you are looking to stay close to San Francisco with easy access to the freeway. Sites are close together and there was some trash no doubt leftover from the just recently concluded football game. A spa or pool would have increased our overall rating. However, considering that it is a park designed for travelers visiting San Francisco and other points of interest makes the location ideal. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $81.00
Yes, it is a parking lot, but I truly don't know what the negative talk is about this park. The park is totally enclosed and there is security on the gate at night. The office staff is very, very friendly and the outside staff never stopped working keeping the area clean. Free fruit, coffee and fortune cookies are put out daily at the front desk. Granted, the price is a little steep for being on the back side of Candlestick Stadium, but you can't beat the location. It took us 20 minutes, in traffic, to drive downtown. The park has a shuttle for $12.00 (round trip) that will drop you off downtown, starting at 0900, and bring you back, last bus at 2100. The laundry was big and clean as was the store. The store was a little pricey but pretty much has everything that you need. I will add that you can exit the park and walk to your left toward the water without a problem. I would strong suggest that you NOT walk 6 blocks to the right, especially after dark unless you are packing. We would stay here again. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $45.00
Not much to do here, but it has peaceful, friendly people. It was nice to have a shuttle take me to Chinatown. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $60.00
As others have stated, this is nothing more than a parking lot with lines! They must have bought and paid for their 5 star rating. The park is dirty. They advertise "Pet Friendly" but have no place to walk our dogs. There are no trees to be found in this park, and the spaces are so close to each other you can hear your neighbor flush! Our view out the front window of our motor home is what looks like a junk yard that has a pretty nice cat population! And yes, the fence has razor wire on it! We will not be back to this park and I do not recommend you coming either. Happy camping everyone. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2010 - $69.00
We wanted something close to downtown S.F. and that's why we ended up here. It is basically a parking lot with painted lines and the spots are very narrow. We only have a truck camper, but fortunately the site left and right of us was empty, otherwise with the windstorm we had, the RV's would probably have touched each other. And yes, the razor wire is still there! I don't know who they want to keep out - or in? With the help of a few boards we were able to level our camper and the WI-FI worked just fine. The showers are another story. They are all tiled, even the ceiling! However, the shower heads and the controls for them should definitely be replaced. I tried all showers after having seen how the first one worked and then ended up in the first one anyway. It took me several minutes to make sure the water was spraying more or less in the right direction and not over the curtain and as well to find the right water temperature. More than one hook would be nice and maybe a bench - and definitely another shower head. I don't know how often these facilities get cleaned, but they haven't seen much more than a mob on the floor. I think $69 for something like that is a bit too much and as there was a S.F. 49er game the next day in the stadium across the road, the manager was asking $105 for that day. Therefore we left and most probably won't return. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $80.00
San Francisco needs more RV parks, I understand that the real estate is costly, but this property is nice in a lot of ways, and terrible in others. The bad. First location: it is situated in a not-so-nice neighborhood and there was construction going on directly on the other side of the fence from where we were located. The fence was covered with Razor wire to keep people out I was told. Maybe that's a good thing, maybe it's bad. Second issue I had with the place: I reserved a spot many months in advance and asked that I get a corner spot, I was assigned spot 89. However, when I got to the park my spot was given away and I was told that there are no reserveable spots. When I gave them my confirmation number, he said that I was in a middle spot, and that is where I was stuck as it was the 4th of July weekend. Third: you are in a parking lot with hook-ups. Near some of the sites is a vent pipe from the sewer, the smell was less than I had expected for the price I had to pay per night. Now for the good. The showers were clean and they were secure with a key that you had to pay a deposit to use. I did get my deposit back at the end, but be certain to return your key before you leave. The park main building was newer, and it is directly across the street from the Candlestick park. I don't think I would camp here again because of the switching out my space and thinking that it's alright. Also, for this price, get some internet in the park. Afterall it's San Francisco, not the deep woods of the Sierras. We camped at Candlestick RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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