Olema Campground

Address: 10155 Highway 1, Box #145, Olema, California, 94950, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 10155 Highway 1, Box #145, Olema, is near Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes Hiking Trails, Tule Elk Preserve, and Heart's Desire Beach.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsOlema Campground

        Reviewed by wieganr1

        Beautiful place

        Reviewed May 8, 2016
        by (2 reviews) Arizona , United States Flag of United States

        First time at the campground. Staff was ever so helpful and nice. Grounds are gorgeous!

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        So pretty here
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Olema Campground

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Olema

        California Coast here we come!

        A travel blog entry by wieganr1 on May 09, 2016

        1 comment, 5 photos

        The goal for today was to drive some 238 miles from Yosemite to the Coast just north of San Francisco. We wanted to stop by our favorite restaurant just outside of Sonoma plus avoid all the Oakland & San Fransisco traffic. We went by way of the back roads through the lower portion of Napa Valley and it was so beautiful and green. Traffic was …

        San Francisco sightseeing

        A travel blog entry by vanessaandjeff on Jul 02, 2015

        30 photos

        ... you navigate through via a winding ramp. We saw macaws but my favourite were the butterflies. Having seen most of the exhibits we made our way to Alamo square park. This is in Nob Hill. Many of the homes in San Francisco were destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire, but many Victorian homes have been rebuilt and preserved making this area one of the most photographed area in San Francisco. These colourful homes are known as the Painted ladies or postcard row. On a ...

        Escape from Alcatraz

        A travel blog entry by lerouxly on May 18, 2015

        6 photos

        ... it at one point. Interesting. Wish I had had more time but we had to get off to hop on to our bus tour. Our guide was very French and had the typical accent: "...Zeee owner vooood sell vattaaare to zeee sheep, drinking vattaaaare..." I wanted to ask how much the sheep paid for the drinking water. Made me smile. Being French Canadian, I understand the translating difficulties of the two languages quite well. We skipped the dinner setting tonight and opted for cafeteria ...

        Visiting the Gay Mecca!

        A travel blog entry by wwh69 on Jan 22, 2015

        2 photos

        ... District' is made up of various 'eras' of beautiful homes (terraced houses - usually three stories) as well as the thriving epic-centre of gay shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. There is a 'history' to 'The Castro' that is readily apparent in some of the buildings and shop-front facades. While I do not wear my 'sexuality' on my sleeve, it was an experience to walk down Castro Street and 'feel' the years of ...

        San Francisco to L.A.

        A travel blog entry by bevj on Sep 07, 2014

        33 photos

        ... anyway you have to book up to a month in advance. I had to be content with looking at it perched in all its turreted glory on top of a distant hill. In spite of having to get to Pismo Beach where we had booked in overnight, it took us 10 hours to drive 260 miles because of all the stops. A colony of elephant seals entertained us - especially when two bulls squared up to each other. The fighting took the form of heavy flops and lunges with huge teeth. Eventually ...

        Traveler Photos Olema Campground

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        So pretty here
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