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Old 01-31-2014, 02:29 PM   #1
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RV parks around San Francisco

Need to find rv parks in the SF area.
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Candlestick RV Park - It's just a parking lot with full hookups and you are crammed in like sardines BUT it's the closest park to the city and compared to the other choices a little farther away I would pick this one.
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There was a recent thread on this topic with several answers, you might try looking that one up because it had a lot of info.
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Are you looking for overnight or longer? Are you wanting to be in the city or just the general area? Campground or resort?
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We stayed at Vineyard RV park, it was tight and a little pricey, but not bad. It may be too far for you. We would stay there again.
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More CG options if you can go south of San José. Search Moran Hill for a recent discussion.
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If I had it to do over again, I would stay near Vallejo and take the 40 minute Jetcat ferry right to Fishermen's Wharf on the downtown waterfront. From there, take the cable cars to wherever.
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Hi JMRAZZ,
We stay at San Francisco RV Resort | Park your RV on the Cliffs overlooking the Pacific Coastline | Pacifica, California . The sites are tight. Ask for a site overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This place is on the cliffs over looking the ocean. It is an easy 7-10 mile drive in SF. Plenty of parking at the buildings to the right of the Alcatraz boat launch site. If you have a handicap status parking card there are about 4-5 spots right at the Alcatraz boat dock. Consider timing your drive into SF before the morning rush. FYI there is no after the morning rush.
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