July 24, 2019 - reviewed by David
Read Before You Drive Here “ Please”
Stay one night here, nice guy at the office, Spaces are tight, very expensive $105 a night but the bad part is you are next to the projects “ very very bad area... the place is safe once you make it inside..internet not good... boondocks next to Golden Gate Bridge if you can is very very nice...
July 6, 2019 - reviewed by Alexa
We were passing through and decided to explore San Francisco, after calling around ten RV parks with no luck we called here and were able to get a spot. It’s full, it’s a parking lots yes but it’s right in the city. It has a gate and a large wall around it. We Ubered downtown for only around $13. I would stay here again if passing through and wanting to explore the city.
April 4, 2019 - reviewed by Jim
$115 a night for a 33 foot motorhome
May 5, 2018 - reviewed by Henry Notaro
Nasty Barely Working Showers
Very expensive for the site. Showers were the worst I have ever seen in a park. First stall had no hanger for the shower head. 2 nd stall had trash in it. Third stall couldn’t get hot water. 4th stall barely worked.
September 11, 2017 - reviewed by Bill
Big Theft Area
Watch your stuff, it will be gone before you know it.
Very low income area with a lot of crime
July 31, 2016 - reviewed by Kevin
They confirm a day and charge me a night before, not right people
June 19, 2016 - reviewed by David Thomas
San Fransisco's Best Landing Site
This really is the most convenient RV Park for visiting San Fransisco. Yes, space is tight, and it lacks charm, but it has all the hookups, very clean and very convenient facilities and better WiFi for free than anywhere I've stayed not to mention even the ones we paid premium prices for. The staff is really friendly and there is a shuttle bus ($12.00 per person) to and from the city. Basically, it's a good landing site and home base to tour the city.
March 31, 2016 - reviewed by Steve
Middle of nowhere
Hint from lady when i called, if you pay cash there's a 10% discount. There's power and water hook up, refundable $5 bathroom key. Didn't use shuttle. Spaces are small. Security guy at night.
March 24, 2016 - reviewed by Mike P
Very small spaces and close together. Slide-outs can be a challenge. Expensive, but hey it's San Francisco (around $100.00/night). The shuttle into the city is very convenient ($12.00 round trip).