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Muir Beach Area Camping

Marin County




Camping in the Marin Headlands

Marin Headlands

Reservations are required at all campgrounds.

Bicentennial Campground

Battery Wallace
3 sites, each for up to 3 people and 1 tent
No water, use of BBQs at picnic area at Battery Wallace
No fires, no pets, no fees
(415) 331-1540

Hawk Camp Campground

Above Gerbode Valley
2 or 3 mile hike to campsites
3 sites, each for up to 4 people
Chemical toilets, picnic tables, no water
No pets, no open fires, no fees
(415) 331-1540

Haypress Campground

Tennessee Valley, north end of Marin Headlands
Gentle ¾-mile hike to campsites
5 sites, each for up to 4 people
No water, no open fires, no pets, no fees
(415) 331-1540

Kirby Cove Campground

In the Marin Headlands, wooded setting
Descend a steep 1-mile trail to cove from Battery Spencer
4 tent sites, each site for up to 10 people
No water, no pets
$25 per night
Reservations: Recreation.gov - Kirby Cove Campground

Camping at Mt. Tamalpais State Park

Location

Campgrounds and Facilities

Park Features

Accessibility

Fees

Pantoll Campground $25
Eastwood Group Sites $110 and $225
Horse Camp $75
Steep Ravine Environmental $25 (cabins $100)

Reservations

Group and environmental sites only
Online Reservations at ReserveCalifornia:
Mount Tamalpais State Park Campground Reservations
or call (800) 444-PARK (7275) between 8 AM and 6 PM




Samuel P. Taylor State Park Camping

Samuel P. Taylor Park is located 15 miles west of San Rafael on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. The park has wooded countryside in the steep rolling hills with groves of redwoods and open grasslands.

Campgrounds

Campsite Facilities

Fees and Reservations

Camping fees $35 (which includes 1 vehicle)
Online Reservations at ReserveCalifornia:
Samuel P. Taylor State Park Campground Reservations
or call (800) 444-PARK (7275) between 8 AM and 6 PM



Point Reyes National Seashore Camping

Location

Hike-in Campgrounds and Facilities

Point Reyes National Seashore has backcountry hike-in and boat-in camping only.

Backcountry campsites have vault toilets, picnic table, food storage lockers, charcoal grill, and water faucets. Campsites are for from 1 to 6 people.

Coast Camp
Close to beach and tide pools, 1.8-mile hike, 12 individual sites and 2 group sites
Glen Camp
In protected redwood valley, 4.6-mile hike, 12 individual sites
Sky Camp
West side of Mt. Wittenberg, 1.4-mile hike, 11 individual sites, 1 group site
Wildcat Camp
Open meadow on bluff overlooking ocean, 6.3-mile hike, 5 individual sites (3 of which only hold 4 people), 3 group sites
Tomales Bay Boat-in Campground Boat-in only, All waste, including human, must be removed, No water

Fees and Reservations

Individual campsites (1-6 people) $20
Group sites (7-14 people) $40, (15-25 people) $50
Reservations required for all campsites.
Reservations: Reserve America - Point Reyes National Seashore Campground


Private Campgrounds Open to the Public

Olema Campground

10155 Highway 1, Olema, CA
RV and tent campground next to Point Reyes National Seashore.

Campground Facilities: 187 campsites, laundry, WiFi, playground, outdoor games, club room, restrooms with hot showers, fire pit and picnic table.
RV Hook-ups: 26 sites with full hook-ups, 54 with water and electric. 50 and 30 amp sites. Dump station.

Camping Rates: Tent $40 - $49, RV $45 - $63
Reservations available
Olema Campground

Lawson's Landing

Fishing and boating resort and campground at the mouth of Tomales Bay. Camp in the meadow area and on the seawall for tents or RVs.

Campground Facilities: Water, picnic tables, fire rings. Some permanent restrooms and some portable toilets, RV waste stations.

Camping Rates: Tent $30, RV $35
Reservations available
Lawson's Landing

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