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Old 08-20-2015, 02:46 AM   #1
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Hello!! My wife and me are new in this site, and in this world, we decided to get a RV and live there for a couple months till we have money to get an apartment in SF area.. Do you guys can help us with some tip? Some experience or the good parking a in the are? Thanks a lot!
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Candlestick RV Park, San Francisco

We stay there when we visit S.F. However it is very expensive.

You could join the Elks and use their RV facilities down in the San Jose area. About $20 a night.
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We too are shopping for a park in the SF area ... finding long term (month to month) is challenging not to mention pricey ... if you do a google map of SF and expand it a it and do a search for RV Parks, you'll see lots of options to check out ... We did find a single parking spot on private property on Craigs List ... but was size limited .......
Will let you know when we've nailed something down ... will be there just before Labor Day
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Hi JuLGi,
Welcome to iRV2. Can't help on the site, everything in the SF area is very expensive.
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While Kathy and I visit family in San Francisco we stay at Coyote Valley RV Park in Morgan Hill. Nice park away from the congested area,of SF.


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SF is expensive. The various RV park review sites will help you find what is available. Our preference is Marin Park RV.
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Hi JuLGI, I'm sort of new here too. Not sure how close you want to stay to the city. I just got a spot for long term parking/living at a place called Treasure Island RV/ mobile home park. It is located in South San Francisco. Roughly 10 to 15 minutes from downtown SF. There is also a place in Pacifica called San Francisco RV park? Both places are asking for $1025 and $1200 respectively per month. I don't think Candlestick is long term, even if it is, I would use a lot of caution in that area. It is not the best of neighborhoods to be in. (not far from housing projects) Hope this helps.
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