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Candlestick R.V. Park

650 Gilman Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
3 Reviews
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Very expensive, but you ARE in San Francisco! Not a very good, or safe neighborhood which is eveident by the 10'chainlink/razor wire fence that surrounds the park. The offer a convienient bus service to town but only because it is too dangerous to ride the city bus in that area. We, and others could here guns firing on more than one occasion. When there is a foot ball gaome they sell every available parking space, even in front of our rig for $20. You can not get in or out of the park for the two hours before and after a game. The park however is very clean and the state park down the road is lovely and although we didn't run into any unsavory people we were warned not to go there after dark.

Received from Janet for visit in Nov 2008

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Nice people running this campground. Expensive but acceptable unless you want to drive over an hour to camp near san fran. Camped here in june '04 with a 31' travel trailer. I would go there again if i ever get to the west coast again.


Received from Jimmy K for visit in Jun 2004

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Candlestick is a mixed bag. It's neat and well-maintained, conveniently located, and even fairly quiet by urban standards. But the sites are very cramped - only 15 feet wide, with insufficient space to park our truck. We've only stayed there once, but that was for over three weeks. The park was only about half full when we arrived, since there was no game at 3COM Stadium on the first weekend. The park tends to be fully reserved far in advance for 49ers football weekends, since it is right across the street from 3COM stadium. Numerous tailgate parties within the park on game day make the whole place a madhouse. (It's also expensive - $49 to $52/night depending on length, higher on football weekends, occasional promotional discounts, as of April 2004). One plus is that the RV Park offers a convenient and moderately priced shuttle to downtown San Francisco. Another plus is the adjacent State Park which provides hiking and biking trails along the bayshore. A not-very-convenient modem connection was available in the office when we were there. Since then, they've added WiFi.

Received from David D for visit in Apr 2004

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