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4 out of 5 stars
Bicentennial Campground sunrise
Photograph: Flickr/Jim Whimpey

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

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With breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge and, possibly, being a witness to acrobatic Humpbacks, there’s nothing not to love about Bicentennial Campground. And, for one, it’s one of the more secretive, lesser known camping options in the Bay Area. (Read: you’ll surely have some peace and quiet, all to your own.) With three campsite available—and all within walking distance of nearby Battery Wallace—you can grill freely with open views of Bonita Cove just one-hundred-yards away. Should you be up for a short, brisk hike at some point during your stay, the Marin Headlands Visitor center is only a one-mile hike away. (Word to the wise: no pets or campfires can be had within the campground’s confines, unfortunately.)

By: Matt Charnock



Address: 948 Fort Barry
Cross street: at Bunker Rd
Price: $$
Opening hours: April 1st, 2017 through November 30th, 2017. (Reservations can be made from 9:30am - 4:30pm by calling 415-331-1540.)
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