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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlema Campground
Nice RV Park and Campground. Huge area for tenters. Some full hookups, some water-electric. Also a post office and full scale laundromat.
And all this right next to Point Reyes National Seashore which is amazing.
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Point Reyes National Seashore
An unusual week in a beautiful location. An hour drive from Santa Rosa through crenelated landscape common to this part of coastal California. Brave (or suicidal) bicyclists filled the curvy hilly roads. Peter was nervous but avoided all of them. The Olema campground site assigned to us was well-shaded all day …
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 …
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