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Do you have RV rental companies near San Francisco?
Yes, there are nine RV rental locations in the San Francisco area. Some of the locations will pick you up from the airport or airport hotels. Please see the terms and conditions or contact our reservation associates for more information.
How much does it cost to rent an RV?
Prices fluctuate based on season, location, and availability similar to airline prices. In general, the earlier you book, the lower the price. On average you can expect to pay between $40 and $150 per night for a small RV and $60 to $300 for a larger RV.
Can I get a pet-friendly RV rental?
Yes, it is possible to bring your pet with you in your RV rental. Always check the terms and conditions or talk to one of our staff to make sure your pet is welcome.
How many people can sleep in an RV?
The number of people that can sleep in an RV varies by model. Some of the smaller camper vans only sleep two people. Larger RVs can sleep up to 8 people.
Can I do a one way RV rental from San Fransisco?
Yes, many of our locations will allow you to do one way RV rentals.
Is it safe to drink the water in the motorhome tanks?
While the anti-freeze that is used in the holding tanks is non-toxic it is recommended that you do not use it for drinking or cooking. Always use bottled water for consumption. It is considered safe to use the water in the tanks for showering.
Whether you prefer five-star restaurants or greasy little dinner food, if you want to eat lots of fresh seafood or down-home cooking, San Francisco has lots of great restaurants to choose from.
Cod Mother’s Fish and Chips – this little food truck at Fisherman’s Wharf serves crispy fried fish and chips, fresh-made coleslaw, and deep-fried Oreo’s. 496 Beach St, San Francisco California.
Scoma’s Restaurant – the fresh seafood is great and this is one of the few locations that you can eat your clam chowder as you watch the fishermen bring in their daily haul. 1965 Al Scoma Way, Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco California.
Cioppino’s – you must try their Cioppino which is a flavorful seafood soup, it is so good they named the restaurant after it. 400 Jefferson St, San Francisco California.
Pier Market Seafood Restaurant – this is where the locals dine. Serving only sustainable seafood, you can watch the chefs prepare your meal in the open concept kitchen. The best part of your dining experience may be the exceptional view of the Pier 39 sea lions and Alcatraz Island. Pier 39 Beach St, San Francisco California.
Crab House – with views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf. Try the Killer Crab, the sizzling crab legs, the crab Caesar, the crab chowder, the crab enchilada, or the crab cakes. 203 Pier 39, San Francisco California.
Fog Harbour Fish House – recently named one of the top 5 most popular restaurants in San Francisco by Yelp. They serve complimentary sourdough bread that is baked fresh every hour. Located on Pier 39, San Francisco California.
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co – run Forest, run right to Bubba Gump Shrimp Co and try the Shrimpers Heaven, 4 different kinds of shrimp served with fries and 3 different kinds of dipping sauce. 39 Pier Box M-211, San Francisco California.
Hollywood Cafe – check out the headshots of Hollywood stars while you order breakfast named after your favorite star. Try the Marilyn Monroe, french toast, and fresh fruit. 530 North Point St, San Francisco California.
The Blue Mermaid – this nautical-themed restaurant has six types of amazing chowder that must be sampled. 471 Jefferson St, San Francisco California.
Joanie’s Happy Days Diner – I looked for something to tell me why the restaurant was named after the popular seventies sitcom but found no information. I guess they are just fans of the show. I did find that they serve a great breakfast at reasonable prices. 1329 Columbus Ave, San Francisco California.
Crepe Cafe – sweet and savory crepes made right before your eyes. 39 Pier 30 Concourse Space D-3, San Francisco California.
The Buena Vista – the old heritage boarding house is now home to this little cafe. 2765 Hyde St, San Francisco California.
Pier 23 Cafe – must-tries are the Maryland Style Crab Cakes, the Raw Oysters, and the best in town Fish & Chips. Pier 23 The Embarcadero, San Francisco California.
The great thing about renting an RV is that you can camp wherever you want, well almost wherever you want. Campgrounds are always a good option as there will usually be electrical hookups and water, as well as a fire pit and picnic table. If you are just looking to stop for the night some large box store will let you stay in the parking lot overnight. Check out the list of campgrounds below located around San Francisco.
Kirby Cove Camp – located just 8 miles north of downtown San Francisco. With beautiful sandy beaches and an amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge, this is definitely somewhere you will want to spend some time. 948 Fort Barry, Sausalito California.
San Francisco RV Resort – located 15 miles from the Golden Gate Bridge, this campground sits on top of a 60’ bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. This is a great spot for surfers, tide-pool adventurers, and seashell collectors alike. 700 Palmetto Ave, Pacifica California.
Bicentennial Campground – lovely views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the city. There are toilets and picnic tables but no water hookups. 948 Fort Barry, Sausalito California.
Steep Ravine – amazing views of the ocean, rustic cabin are available, with great wood stoves and beautiful ambiance. Rocky Point Rd, Stinson Beach California.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area – great hiking trails for beginners and experienced hikers alike. Amazing beaches, you may even get to see a pod of whales swimming past. California Hwy 1, San Francisco California.
Candlestick RV Park – nice RV park with lots of amenities including showers, laundromat, propane, motorhome washing, and a shuttle that will take you downtown to enjoy all that San Francisco has to offer. 650 Gilman Ave, San Francisco California.
Treasure Island RV Park – located close to the BART station, this is a great location to park your rental RV and use the city transit to explore the city of San Francisco. 1700 El Camino Real, South San Francisco California.
San Francisco North KOA – located 34 freeway miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, and close to local breweries and wineries. The KOA has summer programs, rockwall climbing, a jumping pillow, pool and spa, hayrides, and weekend entertainment. 20 Rainsville Rd, Petaluma California.
Sometimes it’s nice to get away from the city and enjoy the tranquility of the forests. California has lots of great campgrounds, some with full amenities and some as rural and rustic as it gets.
Plaskett Creek Campground – a secluded campground down a very windy road. There are no vehicle length restrictions on this road but it is recommended that vehicles over 30 do not travel this road. There is a picnic table, a campfire ring and a pedestal grill at every campsite. 69345 CA-1, Big Sur California.
Riverside Campground – picnic tables at every site, hot showers, clean restrooms, 10-minute walk from the beach and you can even inner tube down the nearby river. 47020 CA-1, Big Sur California.
Lake Isabella KOA – this is an outdoor enthusiast perfect getaway. Located in the Sierra Mountains the campground backs onto the Kern River Preserve. The river hosts white water rafting and kayaking, the nearby lake has fishing, boating, windsurfing and swimming, and across the road is miles of trails for hiking or ATVing. 15627 Highway 178, Weldon CA.
Yosemite West KOA – this campground is on the YARTS shuttle route so that you can leave your rental RV at the campground and catch a ride to Yosemite for a day of hiking. This KOA has a pizza restaurant, a gift store, pool, and a bright clean laundromat. 6323 Highway 140, Midpines California.
Trinity Lake KOA – this campsite offers 3-wheeled bikes, basketball, ping pong tables, shuffleboard and so much more to keep the kids entertained. 60260 CA-3, Trinity Center California.
Santa Cruz Monterey Bay KOA – brand new pool and hot tub. Just a short walk from the beach this campground has themed weekends and special activities for those who want to get involved. 1186 San Andreas Rd, Watsonville California.
San Diego Metro KOA – located about 20 minutes from most San Diego attractions. Stop by the front desk for discounted tickets to Seaworld, the San Diego Zoo, Legoland and more. 111 N 2nd Ave, Chula Vista California.
Dogwood Campground – 20 miles north of San Bernardino. This rustic campground is set up for RVs with hookups and a dump station. 26898 Rim of the World Hwy, Rimforest California.
Ventura Ranch KOA – 50 amp service, wifi, cable TV, and a pool are available at this campground. 7400 Pine Grove Rd, Santa Paula California.
Santa Margarita KOA – the lake is half a mile away where you can rent a boat and go fishing, or spend the day hiking or using the horse trails. 4765 Santa Margarita Lake Rd, Santa Margarita California.
Pyramid Lake Los Alamos Campground – great location for looking at wildflowers and bird watching. Jogging, mountain biking, and motorcycle trails are all nearby. Hard Luck Rd, Lebec California.
Silver Lake East Eldorado – activities like boating, fishing, swimming, and hiking provide campers with a fantastic and relaxing vacation. Carson Pass Hwy, California.
Wright’s Beach Campground – all sites are first come first serve. Morning weather can be foggy but usually burns off by midday. 7091 CA-1, Bodega Bay California.
Manchester Beach KOA – visit the local lighthouses, the Anderson Valley wineries, the quaint village of Mendocino, and the great redwoods. 44300 Kinney Rd, Manchester California.
Ronald W Caspers Wilderness Park – this 8000-acre wilderness preserve is nestled between the valley and the sandstone canyons. 33401 Ortega Hwy, San Juan Capistrano California.
San Francisco prides themselves on their community markets. This city is full of people searching for healthy lifestyles and willing to share their knowledge with everyone who comes in their door. So pack the rental RV with the basics, load up the kids, and stop by one of the many local grocery markets in San Francisco.
Bi-Rite Market – thoughtfully sourced meat and market items. Great produce, gourmet baked goods, and ice cream made in small batches daily. 550 Divisadero St, San Francisco California.
Haight Street Market – a small family run market that prides itself on great products at great prices. 1530 Haight St, San Francisco California.
Rainbow Grocery – this worker-owned store, provides locally sourced products whenever possible. You will always get the best possible service here because you are always being served by an owner. 1745 Folsom St, San Francisco California.
Gus’s Community Market – a quaint little market that serves a cafe menu including sushi, baked goods, and coffee. They also carry flowers, groceries, and alcohol. 2111 Harrison St, San Francisco California.
Canyon Market – a neighborhood grocery store that caters to the needs of the community. They offer a great selection of cheeses, an on-site butcher, and an in house bakery. 2815 Diamond St, San Francisco California.
Andronico’s Community Market – they make good eating fun and easy. This store prides itself on selling the best of everything to you, from organic vegetables to certified Angus Beef. 1200 Irving St, San Francisco California.
Whole Foods Market – this eco-minded grocery chain is a household name for many who are interested in serving their family the best quality, healthiest foods available. 399 4th St, San Francisco California.
22nd & Irving Market – this little corner market offers a selection of fruits and veggies, along with other snack type foods. 2101 Irving St, San Francisco California.
Good Life Grocery – offers a great selection of high-quality meats that are locally raised. They specialize in fresh and organic foods to support a healthy lifestyle. 1524 20th St, San Francisco California.
Samiramis Imports – selling a diverse array of specialty grocery with a focus on Middle Eastern and Mediterranean products. 2990 Mission St, San Francisco California.
Casa Lucas Market – a small market that has basic groceries and Latino specialties. 2934 24th St, San Francisco California.
Le Beau Market – Nob Hill’s finest Market. Each department within the market is continuously striving to give you the best selection of quality products. 1263 Leavenworth St, San Francisco California.
Trader Joe’s – where value is what is most important. Many foods are packaged under the Trader Joe’s name to give you great products with great prices. 10 4th St, San Francisco California.
There are so many sites to see in San Francisco and so many ways to see them. You can rent a bike and bike your way around the city or use one of the hop on hop off city bus tours, you could even see parts of the city by boat.
Golden Gate Park – this 1000 acre park has something for everyone, biking and hiking trails, basketball courts, lakes, bison paddocks, and a playground for the kids. There are a few museums, an aquarium, and a planetarium also. San Francisco California.
Golden Gate Bridge – since the bridge opened in 1937 it has become one of the most recognized landmarks in the USA. There are two vista points on the north and south end of the bridge where you can park and walk onto the bridge. San Francisco California.
Japanese Tea Garden – spend some time here just enjoying the beautiful scenery. There is a little outdoor cafeteria when you can relax and have tea and a Japanese sweet. 75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr, San Francisco California.
Conservatory of Flowers – visit this botanical garden that houses a rare and exotic collection of plants and flowers. Sit in the beautiful butterfly room and you may be lucky enough to have a butterfly land on you. Or sit and watch one of the carnivorous plants catch a fly that is unlucky enough to land on one of its leaves. 100 John F Kennedy Dr, San Francisco California.
Legion of Honor – this museum was built to commemorate the Californian soldiers who died in WWI. This museum houses 4000 years of history, featuring one of the largest collections of prints and drawings in the country. 100 34th Ave, San Francisco California.
Twin Peaks – drive to the north peak parking lot to take in 180-degree views of the San Francisco area. If you are feeling adventurous there are 64 acres of park to hike. If you are lucky you may even see the endangered Mission Blue Butterfly. 501 Twin Peaks Blvd, San Francisco California.
The 16th Ave Tiled Steps – this sea to stars themed mosaic was created to bring the community of Golden Gates Heights together. It now is the steps that lead up to an amazing view of the Sunset District. The beautiful gardens host native plants including a butterfly garden. 16th Ave, San Francisco California.
Coit Tower – this slender white column rises up from the top of Telegraph Hill provides a spectacular 360-degree view of the city. 1 Telegraph Hill Blvd, San Francisco California.
Lands End – hike the trails that follow the former railway beds of the Ferries and Cliff House Railway. These trails lead you along the cliff and down to the shoreline. From the shore, at low tide, you can see various shipwrecks and the ruins of Sutro Baths. 680 Point Lobos Ave, San Francisco California.
People who live in San Francisco love the city, including the kids. From foggy days to sea lions at the wharf to looking down at the water from the heights of the Golden Gate Bridge. Your kids will love the city too for all these same reasons.
Koret Children’s Quarter Playground – first opened in 1888 this park is thought to be the first public playground. The park is home to the Herschel-Spillman Carousel with was built in 1924. This park has a wave-shaped climbing wall, a rope climbing structure, and a historic slide that remains. Martin Luther King Jr Dr & Bowling Green Dr, San Francisco California.
Children’s Creativity Museum – an innovative art and technology experience for kids 1-12 years. Sign up for a workshop or explore the exhibits. 221 4th St, San Francisco California.
Walt Disney Family Museum – explore the life and legacy of Walt Disney. Walt’s early drawings are brought to life through innovative technology. 104 Montgomery St, San Francisco California.
Exploratorium – explore over 650 hands-on exhibits, step inside a tornado, walk on a fog bridge, or walk through the gift shop that carries imaginative gifts for anyone on your list. Pier 15 The Embarcadero & Green St, San Francisco California.
Bay Area Discovery Museum – located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, this kid’s museum keeps kids learn with everything from treasure hunts to storytime. 557 McReynolds Rd, Sausalito California.
Pier 39 – the kids are sure to see sea-lion lounging in the sun here on the pier. A must-see is Dark Ride, where the thrill of a rollercoaster meets a state of the art laser tag game. Street performers, whale watching, musical stairs, or sailing adventures, the options are endless at Pier 39. Beach Street & Embarcadero, San Francisco California.
Musee Mecanique – transport yourself back to your childhood as you try to beat your top score on your favorite arcade game from your youth. There are games here from the turn of the century, some of which you can actually play. 45 Sausalito, Pier 41, San Francisco California.
San Francisco Cable Car Museum – if you are visiting San Francisco you have to ride on the cable cars. This free museum explains the history of the cable car in San Francisco as well as giving you a behind the scene look at the powerhouse of the cars and takes you below the city street to the huge cavern that routes the cables. 1201 Mason Street, San Francisco California.
House of Air – this indoor trampoline park features over 8000 square feet of trampoline space. 926 Old Mason St, San Francisco California.
Magowan’s Infinite Mirror Maze – a psychedelic combination of mirrors and lights where you can easily lose track of where you are going and leaving you with no idea where you have come from. Building 0-11 Pier 39, San Francisco California.
San Francisco Zoo – plan your trip to the zoo around the zookeepers talks and the animal feeding to get the most out of your visit. The grizzly bears and the penguins are fed at 10:30 every day. Sloat Blvd & Great Hwy, San Francisco California.
You can always call the great staff at USA RV Rentals if you need help booking your RV rental vacation at one of these great locations. The staff is always there to help answer any questions that you may have. When you pick up your RV rental the staff at the locations below will take the time to make sure that you feel comfortable with the RV before you start your holiday.
Best Time RV Rentals – the RV rental location is 6 miles from the Hayward Executive Airport, five miles from San Francisco City center, 13 miles from the Oakland International Airport, and twenty-four miles from the San Francisco International Airport. Transfers are available from designated hotels. 847 Industrial Parkway West, Hayward California.
Cruise America RV Rentals – this location is 32 miles from the San Francisco International Airport, 21 miles from the Oakland Airport, and 30 miles from San Francisco city center. 5623 John Muir Dr, Newark California.
El Monte RV Rentals – located 37 miles from San Francisco City center,37 miles from San Francisco International Airport, and 20 miles from the Oakland Airport. Transfers are available from designated hotels. 6301 Scarlett Ct, Dublin California.
Jucy RV Rentals – located 30 miles from the San Francisco Airport, 3 miles from the Oakland Airport, and 20 miles from San Francisco city center. 1620 Doolittle Dr, San Francisco California.
Escape Campervan Rentals – located 4 miles from the San Francisco Airport, 29 miles from the Oakland Airport, and 16 miles from San Francisco city center. 1016 Carolan Ave, Burlingame California.
Roadbear RV Rentals – located 30 miles from the San Francisco International Airport, 4 miles from the Oakland International Airport, and 20 miles from San Francisco City center. 420 San Leandro Blvd.
Lost Campers Rentals -located 11 miles from the San Francisco International Airport, 21 miles from the Oakland International Airport, and 4 miles from the city center. 2955 3rd St, San Francisco California.
Britz RV Rentals – located 30 miles from the San Francisco International Airport, 4 miles from the Oakland International Airport, and 20 miles from San Francisco City center. 420 San Leandro Blvd.
There are lots of fantastic places to shop around San Francisco. If you would like to browse the high-end stores and maybe dream of things you wish you could afford or if you are looking for the perfect deal, San Francisco has the perfect store for you.
Union Square – top fashion labels from around the world set up shop in and around union square. A park in the heart of Union Square features a plaza, a stage, and a cafe. 333 Post St, San Francisco California.
Ferry Building Market Place – browse through the many local vendors, eat at one of the many little specialty restaurants, or check out the farmers market. Take the ferry, take the bus, or take the trolley and make this market place one of your must-see sites. One Ferry Building, San Francisco California.
Westfield San Francisco Center – this 9 story mall has over 170 stores and restaurants. Riding the spiral escalators to the top of this building is an event in its own. 865 Market St, San Francisco California.
Freda Salvador – ladies this one is for you. Shoes designed in California and handcrafted in Spain. 2416 Fillmore St, San Francisco California.
Ghirardelli Square – the original Ghirardelli chocolate factory lends its name to this popular tourist attraction. Three of the chocolate stores can be found here as well as many boutiques. There are wine tasting and walking tours available from the square also. 900 North Point St, San Francisco California.
Embarcadero Center – this large shopping center features 2 hotels, 2 movie theatres, a huge fitness center, and over 125 underground stores, bars, and restaurants. San Francisco California.
Candy Baron – take a visit back to your childhood with the finest saltwater taffy, old fashioned licorice, and all the other classics of your youth. 2 Beach St, San Francisco California.
Occidental Cigar Club – does the smell of a fine cigar excite you? Then this is a stop for you. Here you can buy the finest cigars by the box or by the stick. This is one of the last places around that will actually let you smoke indoors. 471 Pine St, San Francisco California.
Painted Bird – if digging through other people’s discarded stuff hoping to find that one great piece excites you then you must visit Painted Bird. This upscale secondhand store sells eclectic vintage fashions. 1360 Valencia St, San Francisco California.
Paxton Gate – this odd little store is inspired by a fascination of nature. Here you can find rare insects and taxidermied animals. You may even find a fuel sized unicorn. 824 Valencia St, San Francisco California.
One of the great things about San Francisco is that the airports are very close to the city. A quick cab ride will get you right where you need to be.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) – located 13 miles south of downtown San Francisco.
Oakland International Airport (OAK) – located about 10 miles south of downtown San Francisco, across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. 1 Airport Dr, Oakland California.
Hayward Executive Airport (HWD) – located 25 miles from downtown San Francisco on the east side of San Francisco Bay. 20301 Skywest Dr, Hayward California.
San Jose International Airport (SJC) – located 45 miles south of downtown San Francisco in San Jose California. 1701 Airport Blvd, San Jose California.
San Carlos Airport (SQL) – located 2 miles northeast of San Carlos California and 24 miles south of downtown San Francisco. 620 Airport Way, San Carlos California.
If you want a high-end room with dedicated concierge service or a great deal on a room (because really you are only sleeping there) you are sure to find just want you are looking for in the list below.
Le Meridien San Francisco – located in a luxury highrise with beautifully sophisticated rooms. 333 Battery St, San Francisco California.
Pier 2620 Hotel Fisherman’s Wharf – a contemporary hotel offering hip rooms. 2620 Jones St, San Francisco California.
Hotel Zephyr – with postcard-perfect views of the San Francisco Bay. 250 Beach St, San Francisco California.
Hotel Zetta San Francisco – offering ultra-modern accommodations. 55 5th St, San Francisco California.
Hotel Bijou – located in the heart of Union Square giving you access to all the neighborhood offers. 111 Mason St, San Francisco California.
Fairmont San Francisco – a grand hotel atop Nob Hill. 950 Mason St, San Francisco California.
JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square – what hotel would be complete without access to a paid bulter and a chic cocktail bar. 515 Mason St, San Francisco California.
Hilton San Francisco Union Square – 333 O’Farrell St, San Francisco California.
Palace Hotel – originally established in 1875 the Palace Hotel was San Francisco’s first luxury hotel. 2 New Montgomery St, San Francisco California.
Parc 55 San Francisco – get the breakfast in bed package and keep the romance going in one of the most romantic cities in the world. 55 Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco California.
InterContinental San Francisco – unwind in one of the private rooms with a spa treatment and have dinner in the Michelin rated Luce restaurant. 888 Howard St, San Francisco California.
Holiday Inn Express Union Square – enjoy the complimentary hot breakfast buffet. 235 O’Farrell St, San Francisco California.
The Herbert Hotel – a low priced hotel in the heart of downtown San Francisco. 161 Powell St, San Francisco California.
Hotel Majestic – housed in the 1902 Edwardian historic building. 1500 Sutter St, San Francisco California.
Argonaut Hotel – the Haslett Warehouse built in 1907 was converted into this beautifully reclaimed hotel. 495 Jefferson St, San Francisco California.
An RV can be the perfect home away from home when you are traveling to attend one of the many annual events in San Francisco. With an RV you are always close to the action, but when you are ready for some quiet time your quiet little getaway is never far away.
Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival – the Japanese community has come together every April for the last 50 years to celebrate the Japanese culture and share it with California. The event takes place over two weekends in Japantown and concludes with a parade. There will be live music, cultural events, martial arts performances, and food and retail booths. Most events are free so bring the family down and bask in everything that is Japanese. 1759 Sutter St, San Francisco California.
Great Dickens Christmas Fair – visit Charles Dickens Victorian London on Christmas Eve. Dance with the over 750 joyous performers, and enjoy the hearty food and drink. The three acres have been transformed into old-time streets, lit with lamp posts, old English pubs, with theatres, dance halls, and small shops offering one of a kinds Christmas gilts. 2600 Geneva Ave, Daly California.
Stern Grove Festival – a series of free open-air concerts that run all summer long. Sloat Blvd, San Francisco California.
Yerba Buena Gardens Festival – there is always something going on here. From the weekend sessions of world-class music, dance, and theatre to the open-air dance parties to lunchtime concerts, poetry readings, and children’s events this is great family entertainment. 760 Howard St, San Francisco California.
San Francisco International Arts Festival – one hundred performances over eleven days, over sixty-five groups and individuals come together in dance, theatre, music, and more. This festival celebrates diversity and multiculturalism. 870 Market Street, San Francisco California.
Salsa Rueda Festival – party into the wee hours of the morning while you learn to Rueda, Salsa, Casino, Folklore, and Rumba. Classes are available for all levels of dancers. 1231 Market Street, San Francisco California.
San Francisco Fleet Week – board one of the US military ships and get a peek into the life of the US Navy. You can also find a spot on the San Francisco Bay waterfront and watch one of the shows of the US Blue Angels or the Canadian Snowbirds flying overhead. 609 Sutter St, San Francisco California.
Burning Man Festival – this week-long festival is located about 350 miles from San Francisco but every RV rental in the area will be booked up at least six months in advance. There are no acts booked or entertainment provided. What happens here is up to the participants of the community. Black Rock City Nevada.
The warmest months are July and August with highs reaching 73℉/23℃ and lows 59℉/15℃. The coldest months are December and January with highs around 55℉ 13℃ and lows of 45℉/7℃. The wettest month is usually January averaging 4.4 inches/112 mm of rain and 11 rainy days. The sunniest month is July averaging 12 hours of sunshine a day. If you are wanting to swim in the Pacific Ocean wait until August or September when the water is at its warmest averaging 59℉/15℃.
I couldn’t find anywhere in the San Francisco area to dump your RV but here are some of the closest places that I could find.
Trailer Haven Inc – open year-round, potable water available. 2399 E 14th St, San Leandro California.
Anthony Chabot Campground – open year-round, potable water available. 9999 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley California.
Marin RV Park – water is available, open year-round. 2140 Redwood Hwy #J1, Greenbrae California.
Novato RV Park – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 1530 Armstrong Ave, Novato California.
Olema RV Resort & Campground – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 10155 Hwy 1, Olema California.
Tradewinds RV Park – water is available, open year-round. 239 Lincoln Rd West, Vallejo California.
AAAA RV & Boat Storage – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 4961 Pacheco Blvd, Martinez California.
Solano RV Storage – nonpotable water only, open year-round. 1701 Solano Way, Concord California.
Anthony Chabot Campground – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 9999 Redwood Rd, Castro Valley California.
Trailer Haven Inc – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 2399 East 14th St, San Leandro California.
Alameda County Fairgrounds – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 4901 Pleasanton Avenue, Pleasanton California.
Trailer Villa RV Park – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. 3401 East Bayshore Rd, Redwood City California.
Half Moon Bay State Beach – potable and non-potable water is available, open year-round. Half Moon Bay, California.
It’s always hard to leave a family pet behind when you go on a trip, but with these great doggie daycares, you will feel good knowing your dog is in great hands.
Bark Avenue Doggy Day Care – a one of a kind dog daycare experience. Since the facility allows a maximum of 30 dogs you are guaranteed that your pup will get lots of one on one attention. There is indoor play, walks around the neighborhood, trips to local dog parks, and even field trips to Fort Funston. 301 King Street, San Francisco California.
Fog City Doggie Day Care – Doggie Cams allow you to check on your dog at any time so that you always know your dog is being cared for. Let your dog play and socialize with other dogs knowing that they are being taken care of. 1488 Lombard St, San Francisco California.
Mr. Muggles’ Dogs – this open concept dog boarding facility allows dogs under 45lbs. Dogs can all play and sleep together in one big room. Separate rooms are available if your dog needs a little quiet time or so that your dog can eat alone. 2175 Harrison St, San Francisco California.
Hound Lounge – this doggie daycare has a real fire hydrant and real grass inside for your dog to do its business. They pride themselves on cleanliness, toys and bowls are washed daily and doggie blankets are kept smelling pretty too. 2825 Mariposa St, San Francisco California.
Wag Hotel – the ultra suites are 200 square feet and include a king-size bed, 2-way nightly video chat, 42’ screen TV, and 24 hours a day room service. There is also a rooftop play area. This would be the perfect stay for any pooch or person for that matter. 25 14th St, San Francisco California.
Play Bow Dog Daycare – let the canine specialists take care of your precious pup at the daycare facility during the day and then when your pup is all played out the specialists take your pup to their home for the night for lots of one on one attention. 1410 Ocean Ave, San Francisco California.
The Grateful Dog Inc – arrange to give your dog a nice Bath & Fluff before you pick your dog up from this dog daycare. 1769 Lombard St, San Francisco California.
Embarkadero Social Club – the owner of this daycare has a degree in Veterinary Medicine, a Master in Small Animal Clinic Medicine, and over 1000 learning hours in Ethology (Science of Animal Behavior). I would feel pretty confident leaving my pooch in his capable hands. 1766 Mission St, San Francisco California.
K9 Time – has optional in your home care with staff that are bonded and insured, so that your dog can sleep in its own bed. The daycare facility is cell-free, I mean kennel free, so your dog can roam, play, and sleep beside other dogs. 590 Brannan St, San Francisco California.
High Tail Hotel – here they know that dogs love to play and sleep. That is why your dog will be given lots of time in the play area and also given time for a little nap. This facility prides itself on being green, using only non-toxic cleaners and bedding, natural dog treats, and having an almost paperless office. 2275 Revere Ave, San Francisco California.
Wolfgang’s Doggie Daycare – this 27,000 square foot facility offers lots of room for your dog to play indoors or outdoors. Naptime is provided daily to ensure that Fido does not get too tired, and there is a playset that he can climb on and lots of room for a great game of fetch. 242 Shaw Rd, South San Francisco California.
Pet Camp – there are lots of great counselors here at Pet Camp. All of them are working here because they love pets, whether it is their own pet or yours. There is also a great cat boarding option here. Cats can watch the birds out the windows or the fish swimming in the tanks. There is also a cat room where your cat can explore. 525 Phelps St, San Francisco California.
Biking is one of the best ways to view San Francisco. So why not rent a bike from one of these great bicycle rental companies hop on and see what you can see as your tour around San Francisco.
San Francisco Bicycle Rentals – located on Fisherman’s Wharf just half a block from the Golden Gate Promenade Bike Path. Follow the trail on this eight-mile bike path over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito. 425 Jefferson St, San Francisco California.
Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals – San Francisco may be known for its hills, but renting one of these electric bikes will take some of the work out of them as you tour around San Francisco. 2715 Hyde St, San Francisco California.
CityRide Bike Rentals – where customer service is the number one priority. The local staff know the area and are keen to help you plan the best route for you, maximizing the sites and minimizing the hills. 370 Linden St, San Francisco California.
Parkwide Bike Rentals – rent a Spider Conference Bike. This bike seats seven people all facing inwards looking like the legs of a spider. You will definitely garnish some attention going down the bike paths on this. Stanyan St & Haight St, San Francisco California.
Bike And View Bicycle Rentals – take one of the customized maps and take a self-guided bike tour around San Francisco. Bike and View guarantee the best rental rates in the city. 1772 Lombard St, San Francisco California.
Basically Free Bike Rentals – this is an interesting business model. You can rent a bike for the day and then you take the receipt for your bike rental, go across the street and you get credit at the sporting goods store for the total amount that you spent on your rental. 2568 Jones St, San Francisco California.
Golden Gate Rides Bike Rentals – if you want to tour the city or if you would like to get back to nature and tour Yosemite National Park or Muir Woods this place has the perfect bike rental and tour for you. 609 O’Farrell St, San Francisco California.
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