Bicentennial Campground

44 Votes
  • Address: 948 Fort Barry, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-4153311540
  • Tags: Camp, Family And Kids

With three distinct RV campsites at free of cost, the Bicentennial Campground offers stunning views of the San Francisco Bay and Bonita Cove. You can park your car near Battery Wallace and hike around 100 yards to reach here. The amenities that you will get here are picnic tables, Barbeque pits, restrooms, and showers. Nestled in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, it has access to the Wallace Picnic Area. The bluffs to the south of the campground offer spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline. Each tent of the campsite can accommodate up to three people. You can enjoy hiking through the woods while peeping at the San Francisco skyline. Horseback riding, biking, and wildlife viewing are the other activities you can enjoy here.

How to Reach Bicentennial Campground

  • Bus 76X to stop –Field Rd / Visitor Center
  • Bus 76X to stop –Bunker Rd & Field Rd

  • Bicentennial Campground Address: 948 Fort Barry, Sausalito, CA 94965, USA, United States
  • Bicentennial Campground Contact Number: +1-4153311540
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  • 8.51% of people who visit Sausalito include Bicentennial Campground in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Bicentennial Campground visit around 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Bicentennial Campground

Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Bicentennial Campground

People normally club together Marin Headlands Visitors Center and Hi Marin Headlands Hostel while planning their visit to Bicentennial Campground.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Bicentennial Campground Reviews & Ratings

  • Negatives are; Steep hill from parking to sites, sites very close together, full outhouse, no view from sites except site 3 has a partial view of the GGB and SF. Would be a good spot if you have all three sites! Positives are the great hikes and views!

  • You cannot go down in the camping with your car. So you have to come up and down to bring your stuff and that sucks if you have a lot of stuff. The view is beautiful, but this is not even a camping theres like 3-4 spots.

  • Such a nice place to camp especially if you want to go into the city it’s only 15-25 min away! There is a steep hill from the parking area to the actual campsite but it’s so short it doesn’t really matter.

  • Hike in camping (car cannot go down to site) Beautiful park with amazing views though

  • One of the best viewing spots of Golden Gate Bridge that also serves as a picnic ground. We were there at a June mid day and it was still freezing cold. They have picnic tables here for big groups. Here it ia all peace and quiet while you enjoy GGB from afar.

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