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National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Camping at Golden Gate ALISON TAGGART-BARONE / NPS

Bicentennial

Haypress

Hawk Camp

Kirby Cove

(415) 331-1540

(415) 331-1540

(415) 331-1540

SEASON: Open year-round

SEASON: Open year-round

SEASON: Open year-round

DESCRIPTION: This site is approximately 100 yards from the parking area.

DESCRIPTION: This site, located in Tennessee Valley, is a gentle 0.75 of a mile walk from the parking area.

SEASON: April 1–October 31

CAPACITY: 3 sites, each site accommodates up to 3 people.

CAPACITY: 5 sites, each site accommodates up to 4 people.

DESCRIPTION: Hawk Camp is located high above Gerbode Valley. Choose between a 4-mile hike up the Bobcat trail from the Marin Headlands Visitor Center, or a 3-mile hike from the Tennessee Valley parking area.

AMENITIES: Portable toilets, food lockers, and picnic tables. Campers may use BBQ grills in the nearby Battery Wallace picnic area. No water.

AMENITIES: Vault toilets, food lockers, and picnic tables. No water.

CAPACITY: 3 sites, each site accommodates up to 4 people.

RESTRICTIONS: Camp stoves permitted. No ground fires. All pets are prohibited, except service dogs for the disabled.

AMENITIES: Portable toilets, food locker and picnic tables. No water.

CAPACITY: 4 sites, each site accommodates up to 10 people. Parking is restricted to three cars per site.

RESTRICTIONS: Camp stoves permitted. No ground fires. All pets are prohibited, except service dogs for the disabled. RESERVATIONS: • Only one site may be reserved. Maximum stay is 3 nights per year. COST: Free

RESERVATIONS: • Maximum of 3 sites can be reserved between April 1–October 31. • Maximum of 5 sites can be reserved between November 1–March 31. • Maximum stay is 3 nights per year. COST: Free

RESTRICTIONS: Camp stoves permitted. No ground fires. All pets are prohibited except service dogs for the disabled. RESERVATIONS: • Maximum of 1 site can be reserved between April 1–October 31. • Maximum of 3 sites can be reserved between November 1–March 31. • Maximum stay is 3 nights per year.

(877) 444-6777

www.recreation.gov

DESCRIPTION: Kirby Cove is nestled in a grove of cypress and eucalyptus trees, west of the Golden Gate Bridge. Sites are located 100–300 yards from the parking area.

AMENITIES: Pit toilets, food lockers, BBQ grills, picnic tables and fire rings are available. No potable water. RESTRICTIONS: Please bring own locally sourced wood for campfires. All pets are prohibited, except service dogs for the disabled. RESERVATIONS: • Maximum stay is 3 nights per year. COST: $25 per site, per night.

COST: Free

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OTHER REGIONAL CAMPING FACILITIES

CAMPING INFORMATION

TENTS ONLY

Camping at the Golden Gate National Recreation Area offers two hike-in and two walk-in campgrounds in the Marin Headlands, and one group camp located in the Presidio of San Francisco. Reservations are required at all campgrounds. The park does not have accommodations for recreational vehicles and Federal law prohibits sleeping in vehicles. Sites(with the exception of Kirby Cove) are not wheelchair accessible. Permits are required for all campsites.

(415) 561-5444 www.presidio.gov

MORE INFORMATION

SEASON: April 1–October 31

www.nps.gov/goga/planyourvisit/ outdooractivities.htm.

DESCRIPTION: Rob Hill is situated in a grove of eucalyptus trees in the Presidio of San Francisco.

Rob Hill Group Camp

CAPACITY: Rob Hill has two group sites. Each site accomodates up to thirty people. AMENITIES: Plumbed bathrooms (no showers), individual fire pits, food lockers, picnic tables, BBQ grills, potable water, four parking spaces per campsite, 300 yard paved walk from parking to campsite. RESTRICTIONS: No RV parking, no overnight sleeping in vehicles, no electrical hook-ups, no alcoholic beverages, no collecting of downed wood (bring all firewood from the outside). All pets are prohibited, except service dogs for the disabled. COST: $125 per night, per site. EXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA™ sb-camping.indd 2

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