San Francisco is a wonderful place to camp but the sheer size of the city and surrounding areas make finding a good spot daunting with so many options.

There are many great RV parks in California. The state has a lot of beautiful scenery, and it’s easy to find a place that suits your needs. Popular places like Marin RV Park and San Francisco RV Resort are a great choice but no matter where you pick you’ll need to book well in advance for this area.

California has some great RV parks that offer everything from basic services like bathrooms and showers, but also more luxurious ones such as swimming pools and hot tubs. With an area as popular as this the amount of information online can take a while to work through. Below I’ll go over some of the best RV parks I found in the San Francisco area.

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San Francisco's Best RV Parks

Marin Lagoon RV Park

Marin Lagoon RV Park is located in Novato, California. It's near San Francisco and has lots of amenities, including a playground and swimming pool. The park also has Wi-Fi access, which makes it easy to stay connected while you're on the road.

J's White Elephant

J's White Elephant is located in San Francisco and is open year-round. The park offers both RV and tent sites, as well as cabins for rent. There are also a number of amenities including a swimming pool, playground area with picnic tables, fire pits and grills on site at the campsite level (no fires allowed).

The price for an RV site with water ($45-$55) or electric hookup ($50-$60), plus cable TV/Internet access is $100-$120 per night depending on availability; tent sites start at $110 per night without electric hookup but include wireless internet service.

Sonoma County Fairgrounds - RV Park

This RV park is located in Santa Rosa, California and offers a great location for those looking for an affordable place to stay while visiting the wine country. The site itself has plenty of amenities and can accommodate up to eight RVs. It also has free Wi-Fi, cable TV and laundry facilities.

The staff at this RV park are friendly and helpful, so you won't have any trouble getting help when you need it most! They're happy to answer any questions you might have about their facility or surrounding area as well. If you're traveling with friends or family members who don't speak English well then this is definitely the place for them.

San Francisco Motor Inn

This RV park has a total of 30 spaces for both motorhomes and trailers to park. The park features a selection of amenities that include Wi-Fi, laundry facility, playground and swimming pool.

The cost for this RV park is $25 per night for one or two people plus tax (not including electricity). Guests will be able to enjoy the following amenities: hot showers; coin-operated laundry machines; cable TV hookups; limited number of electrical outlets available on each unit at an additional charge.

Crockett Hills Regional Park

Crockett Hills Regional Park is a great place to camp. You can enjoy a picnic, go hiking or take a walk along the oceanfront promenade. The park has plenty of activities for kids and adults alike:

Picnic tables and grills are available on-site at this popular San Francisco RV park.

There are also some great views of the city from this RV park's topography (it's near the ocean)San Francisco RV Resort

San Francisco RV Resort is a great place to stay in San Francisco. It has a pool and hot tub, as well as a restaurant and store. It's also close to the Golden Gate Bridge, so you can see some of these famous sights on your trip. You'll love this campground

Golden Gate Bridge RV Park

Golden Gate Bridge RV Park is located in San Francisco, CA and offers services to those who are looking for a place to stay while visiting the city.

The park has an outdoor pool, playground and café. There are also several meeting rooms available for rental purposes. Golden Gate Bridge RV Park also provides laundry facilities on site as well as Wi-Fi access throughout all of their amenities.

The Golden Gate Bridge RV Park is an excellent choice for anyone looking for easy access to San Francisco's major tourist attractions, including Fisherman's Wharf and Lombard Street (home of the famous "crookedest street in the world").

It's also just steps away from Crissy Field and Fort Point National Historic Site, which offers great views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

The park has full hookups and plenty of space, making it perfect for those looking for all-inclusive accommodations while they're visiting San Francisco.

Marin Park RV Park

This is a family-owned campground located in the heart of San Francisco. They offer a variety of amenities and services to ensure that your stay is comfortable, safe, and enjoyable.

Location: Located just north of San Francisco, Marin Park RV Park is an easy drive from most vacation destinations in Northern California. It's also close enough to walk or bike through Golden Gate Park if you want to get out and enjoy some nature along the way.

Amenities: The owners at this park have made sure that their guests are well taken care of with clean bathrooms with showers (no sinks), laundry facilities on site with coin-operated machines inside each building so there's no need for carrying quarters around while traveling.

There's even an outdoor grill area where guests can cook up some tasty meals while enjoying their surroundings--or maybe someone else will bring along some food from home? It all depends on how early or late it gets after midnight before going back home again.

San Francisco RV Resort

This RV park is located in the heart of San Francisco and offers a number of amenities, including an outdoor pool and hot tub. It also has a full-service laundry room with coin-operated washers and dryers.

The onsite restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week; guests can reserve tables for dinner at any time during open hours (please note that there is no valet parking).

The San Francisco RV Resort offers indoor electric hookups so your refrigerator will stay cool while you’re underway.

You'll find electrical outlets in each campsite as well as nearby sites within walking distance from your rig—in case you need to charge electronics or run wires between rooms within the same building.

San Francisco North/Petaluma KOA

Koala Campground is a family-friendly RV park that’s located in San Francisco, CA. It offers easy access to the Golden Gate Bridge and other major attractions in the area. If you’re coming from Los Angeles or Marin County on Highway 101, this KOA is about an hour north of either city.

The campground also provides lots of amenities for guests: Wi-Fi available throughout their grounds; cable TV; coin laundry facilities; restrooms with showers; hot water taps; ice machines (from which you can purchase ice if needed); horseshoe pits; playground equipment for children ages 5–12 years old (but not dogs).

There are also several events planned throughout each year at Koala Campground including Father's Day BBQs & Picnic Dinners every June & September respectively.

Candlestick RV Park

The Candlestick RV Park is located in the Bay Area, near San Francisco and Oakland.

The site has a great location for visiting San Francisco, as it's not too far from the city center and has easy access to hiking trails and fishing spots.

It's also pet-friendly if you have pets on your trip or if you want to bring one along with you.

If you're looking for an RV park that's close enough to be convenient but still offers peace of mind about noise from airplanes flying overhead (which can sometimes be heard even on days when there aren't any planes), this might be just what your family needs.

Bodega Bay RV Park and Campground

Bodega Bay RV Park and Campground is located in Bodega Bay. It's a great place to stay if you want to explore the area, because it has a great location near the beach and the town of Bodega Bay.

The park offers amenities such as full hookup sites for those who want electricity, cable TV, sewer connections and water at each site. There are also tent sites available for those who don't need full hookups or don't want to pay extra for them.

San Mateo County Event Center Campground

San Mateo Event Center RV Park is located in San Mateo, CA. It is a great park for families and groups who want to stay in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. This facility has plenty of amenities including a pool, playground, laundry facilities and more!

The campground is just off I-280 so you'll easily be able to make it to your favorite attractions without having any trouble getting back on the road again after enjoying your stay.

Petaluma KOA Holiday

Petaluma KOA Holiday is a great place to stay. It's close to the beach and wine country, so you can enjoy both during your visit. If you're looking for an RV park that's close to San Francisco and Sonoma County, Petaluma KOA Holiday is also worth checking out.

The park offers several amenities that make it easy for guests who come here on vacation or business trips such as free Wi-Fi access throughout the property (in addition to free long distance calls) and cable TV at each site

Pacifica State Beach (San Francisco South/Pacifica KOA)

Located in the San Francisco South, Pacifica State Beach is a great choice for RVers looking to explore the Bay Area. The park offers a heated pool, hot tubs and spa, game rooms and more.

There's also an RV dump station on-site so you don't have to worry about getting out of your rig in search of public restrooms or water spigots.

The park has been around since 2001 and has given rise to many loyal guests who return year after year because it's such an affordable place to stay while visiting nearby attractions like Muir Woods National Monument or Angel Island National Historic Site (which has replaced Alcatraz).

It's worth noting that this KOA does not offer Wi-Fi access but they do provide free Wi-Fi at their main office which is located just outside their entrance gate.

Key Takeaways

Marina Green Park

The Marina Green Park offers free parking and WiFi while you visit the Golden Gate Bridge. This is a great place to park your RV while exploring the city. The Golden Gate Bridge is right across the street so you can see it from your rig! If you want to do some shopping or eat at some restaurants, Union Square is just up Van Ness Avenue around Market Street.

Presidio Trust

You can also park your RV at any of the Presidio Trust parking lots for free (but no hookups). You can get water from any of the Presidio's water fountains or restrooms, but you should bring your own drinking water as well because there aren't many drinking fountains available.

If you're looking for the best places to stay in an RV in San Francisco, you've come to the right place. We've scoured the city and found some of the best RV parks that offer everything from views of the Golden Gate Bridge to easy access to San Francisco's main attractions.

We've also included a few tips on what to expect at each park so you can be prepared when it comes time to check in. So whether you're visiting with your family, friends or traveling solo, we've got a spot for everyone.

About THE AUTHOR

Elijah White

Elijah White

My wife and I bought a broken down 1984 Chevy A-Class 26ft RV and restored it back to working order. Now we both work remotely and live in it full time with our pet cats with the freedom to explore.

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