Campgrounds in the Golden Gate National Parks

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Camping at the Presidio

You can pitch a tent, view the stars and take in the sounds of the night from any of five public campgrounds in the Golden Gate National Parks.

Camping at Bicentennial Camp Campground
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Overlooking Bonita Cove, Bicentennial Campground is the most accessible of the four campgrounds in the Marin Headlands.
Tent at Hawk Camp Campground
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Hawk Camp is located high in the hills overlooking Gerbode Valley and is the most remote of the campgrounds in the Golden Gate National Parks.
Tents at Haypress Campground
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Haypress Campground is nestled in the heart of Tennessee Valley, .75-miles from the Tennessee Valley parking area.
Tent aglow at Kirby Cove Campground
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Adjacent to the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge this is a beach-side campground boasting spectacular views.
A group of adults sit outside on a sunny day eating lunch at a picnic bench under eucalyptus trees while surrounded by camping tents
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Rob Hill Campground, the only overnight facility of its kind in the city, sits atop the highest point in the Presidio overlooking Baker Beach and the Pacific Ocean.

Overall, to be able to spend time together outside in nature with a multigenerational group of people was amazing. People strived to make connections with one another and step out of their comfort zone; whether it be going on a hike, sleeping in a tent, sharing a memorable moment around the campfire, or simply letting themselves play, everyone challenged themselves and grew because of it.

Jessica Torres, Learning Center Program Manager, Seven Tepees

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