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Great experience staying overnight at these cabins. The cabins are spacious and clean, space for about 5 people to sleep, table with chairs, wood stove, grill and more camping table outside. We stayed at cabin 7 which is closest to the beach. Very nice and...More
First time here and we loved it. It's quite a windy drive but well worth it to spend a peaceful day and night with deer, porpoises, seals, bobcats, pelicans and fantastic scenery.
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I read about the Steep Ravine cabins about 4 years ago in the AAA Via Magazine and it was on my bucket list. We have been trying to reserve a cabin without any luck. Finally, my wife surprised me on my 47th birthday to this...More
It is harder to get these cabins than it is to get into the hippest restaurant in SF or to get shares in the hottest IPO. But sometimes, about as often as republicans and democrats agree, you can find an open cabin and it's awesome....More
I was fortunate to get reservations thru Reserve America (Mount Tamalpais state park) as these cabins get reserved within minutes of opening reservation window. These cabins are very rustic, with wood stove, picnic table, wood platforms for beds, counter top for cooking/food prep. You need...More
Seriously, WHATS THE SECRET TO BOOKING?! I saw one review where a person said that had been their 4th stay. I'm in every month before 8 am clicking "book" so that exactly @ 8 I'm in. No dice. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. :)
1 February 2017|
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Hi. I have actually been there 3 times in last year. Twice camping (spot 5 and 1 - which is the best) and cabin 7 (best views of the beach/ocean). I got the spot once on Saturday and twice on Sunday. Generally, its easier to... More
Hi. I have actually been there 3 times in last year. Twice camping (spot 5 and 1 - which is the best) and cabin 7 (best views of the beach/ocean). I got the spot once on Saturday and twice on Sunday. Generally, its easier to get a spot if you are not looking for Friday/Saturday. Sundays and week nights are easier to book. They all sell out within minutes so you will have to be there waiting with your finger on the mouse, but its well worth it. Hope this helps!
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"Cabins 8,9 and 10 have the best view but needs more time to move your thing from the car. Cabing 1 (william..."