Frustrated we paid half of our stay fee even though we left. The campgrounds were hornet and bee infested and the food pantry was filled with mouse poop.
The water stations were bee infested and the trashes were obviously not dumped.
The hosts were more interested in their cockers than the guests and had limited hours open with extensive directions for 'self-check in'.
We immediately left and checked into a KOA camp ground where people actually cared.
Was very disappointed with the location, the lack of staffing at the ranger stations and camp ground conditions.
Would NOT recommend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With stunning views of the San Francisco Bay, China Camp State Park, established in 1977, has 1,500 acres on the tip of the San Pedro Peninsula in San Rafael, CA. Its 15 miles of trails are available for runners, hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Unique to the Park is China Camp Village. The only one still standing of the two dozen that dotted the San Francisco Bay, this Chinese fishing village exported to China dried shrimp from the Village's establishment in 1868 until the 1920s. ... more less