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San Francisco RV Resort


700 Palmetto Ave.
Pacifica, CA 94044
650.355.7093
info@sanfranciscorvresort.com
http://www.sanfranciscorvresort.com/
6 Reviews
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The ocean view, if you have a cliff space, is the only good thing about the park. It is an overpriced, glorified parking lot. The spaces are way too close together and if you have a picnic table it must be put in front of your RV because there is no room between RV's. That's how close you are. We had also requested to be put next to our friend's site when we made the reservations. Not only were they far away from us but they were assigned a site too small for their RV. I would not recommend this place unless you just needed to stop on the way to another destination.

Received from Barbara for visit in Aug 2008


Site Number:
Stay Again? NO
We had a site overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The view was fantastic! The resort is about 20+ minutes from Pier 39 area. The sites are small, but large enough for us to extend both of our slides. I don't recommend putting out your awning if you have a site overlooking the ocean, there is just way to much wind all the time. Of the 4 days there we only had one foggy evening during the sunset. BTW the sunsets are fantastic.

   

Received from Eric B for visit in May 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
WONDERFUL VIEW OK now the not so good news, very small sites,right on top of one another, you walk out your door into the next door neighbors door. Extremely expensive, and next time hopefully they will notify you of the hotel tax, on top of the dog fee and the daily fee. Would stay again if I had no were else to stay on the ocean.

Received from Nancy B for visit in May 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This park is older with very tight spaces over looking the ocean front via a cliff. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I'd like to see the park install new utility stands as the ones now are just bearly hanging in there (rusted out). Site 51 is the by far and-away the best cliff front site for larger rigs... Sorry but they keep this one for the bigger guys over 36 feet.

Received from Gordon T for visit in May 2007


Site Number: 51
Stay Again? YES
We've stayed at this park several times and enjoy it. Like most urban RV Parks, it is a large paved parking lot with very narrow sites. The attraction is that is it on a cliff directly overlooking the ocean. There is a path to the beach along south edge of the property, offering access to the beach at low tide. Don't go for a long beach walk unless you've carefully checked the tide tables. The staff are competent and helpful. A convenient and comfortable desk in the spacious office is available for modem hookups, and they have recently added WiFi, operated by T-Mobile for a fee (you may be able to get a trial 24 hour certificate for free - ask at the desk). It's possible to get from the RV Park to downtown on public transportation, but it is not really convenient. Parking in San Francisco is difficult and expensive.

   

Received from David D for visit in Mar 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This resort sits on the cliff overlooking the Pacific ocean. You can sit and watch the seals from your RV. The downside is that it is an old park and the sites are very narrow so you may not be able to put out all slides. Sites also alternate between back in and drive in forward so your door faces that of your neighbor. The location and the friendliness make up for this.

Received from Gary P for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: 28
Stay Again? YES



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