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Staying here was great. The sites were as described. The surrounding area is beautiful and there's lots of area to explore and hike. There was two drawbacks. The first being the food locker, they weren't critter proof. Inside there was a lot of mouse/rat dropping....More
Thank Lisa B
Response from Martin L, Executive Director at China Camp State ParkResponded 25 January 2017
Thank you for the review of your camping experience at China Camp State Park.
As the operator of the park, Friends of China Camp is deeply appreciative to our volunteers, who renovate informational kiosks, food lockers, fences, bike repair stations, etc. We aim to maintain...More
My wife and I camped here for the night. The camping area is secluded under large bay trees and gives a sense of privacy. The individual sites have a picnic table, fire pit, and flat area to pitch a tent.
Very little grass, so you...More
We camped here for 2 nights while in San Francisco. The campsite itself was pretty good - nice picnic bench, clean toilets and showers near the camp sites, etc. The cars had to be parked in a car park a few minutes walk away (not...More
We booked 3 nights in this campground but as soon as we arrived we understood we could not stay in this place. There is no advice about bees and the whole campground is infested with them. We started to set up the tent and immediatly...More
This place is great!! We came late and without reservations but were met by the most adorable camp host's one could ask for!! They quickly accommodated us with a smile :) we were then immediately greeted by deer and bunnies, so cute!! Will be back...More
With stunning views of the San Francisco Bay, China Camp State Park, established in 1977, has 1,500 acres on the tip of the San Pedro Peninsula in San Rafael, CA. Its 15 miles of trails are available for runners, hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Unique to the Park is China Camp Village. The only one still standing of the two dozen that dotted the San Francisco Bay, this Chinese fishing village exported to China dried shrimp from the Village's establishment in 1868 until the 1920s.