Ideally located RV park for sight-seeing of San Francisco & Northern California.

Area Guide

Marin County is in Northern California, across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. The Marin Headlands has Golden Gate Bridge views, trails, and the 1855 Point Bonita Lighthouse. To the north are the giant redwood trees of Muir Woods National Monument. Mount Tamalpais State Park’s namesake peak has panoramic views of the bay, and you can even see the city! Frank Lloyd Wright designed the Marin County Civic Center located in San Rafael, just a few minutes north.

We are also a short ten minute walk to the Larkspur Ferry which is the best way to get to San Francisco. The ferry is a 30 minute ride across the bay and drops you off at the Ferry Building in the city. From there you can walk to Pier 39 and Fisherman's wharf or take many of the other transportation options to explore San Francisco.

Just a 5-minute drive, or 15-20 minute walk you can arrive at four major shopping centers, The Village at Corte Madera, The Town Center Corte Madera, Larkspur Landing and Bon Aire Shopping Center. All have amazing shops and restaurants.

  • The Village at Corte Madera

    1.1 miles from Marin Park RV site

    An open-air shopping center including Nordstrom, Macy's, Williams-Sonoma, Apple Store and many more stores and restaurants.

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  • Town Center Corte Madera

    1.1 miles from Marin Park RV site

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  • Petaluma Village Premium Outlets

    30 miles from Marin Park RV site

    About 30 minutes north you can also enjoy the Petaluma Village Premium Outlets. Petaluma Village Premium Outlets is an outdoor shopping mall that offers impressive savings all year round at 60 outlet stores inlcuding Banana Republic, Coach, Nike, and much more.

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  • Trader Joe’s

    0.2 miles from Marin Park RV site

    For any former California residents that are coming back for a visit....we have TRADER JOES within walking distance.

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