Olema Campground

10155 Highway 1, Box #175, Olema, California, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 10155 Highway 1, Box #175, Olema, is near Point Reyes Lighthouse, Point Reyes Hiking Trails, Tule Elk Preserve, and Drakes Estero.
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    Travel Blogs from Olema

    Need for Trees

    A travel blog entry by scottjmurray on Jun 02, 2014

    25 photos

    After hanging at the nice park at the golf course in San Jose, I thought my next stop was going to be Half Moon Bay, but after checking out the parks on the bike, I really did not care for the parking lots on the ocean. Oceanview is great and that is why I loved the OBeachouse, but I have really enjoyed the camping, fires, etc. RV parking lots not …

    Thurday 12th June to JapanTown and further

    A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jun 13, 2014

    ... and enjoyed a delicious lunch too. Then we looked at another bus route that looked interesting, and went all through the Mission District and other places, got onto a Muni Metro which went past the San Francisco Harbour, along the waterfront and partly underground, and back eventually to the Montgomery station. We walked back from there to the hotel, and ended up not going out again this evening. We ...

    Episode 3 - Part 2, Series 1 - Pips Place

    A travel blog entry by bound4rio on May 20, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... and walking shoes on the pair are ready for a day of exploring. First stop China town which is the largest Chinese village outside of china. The Cirsty once again grabs a glimpse of the notorious Golden Gate Bridge. The travellers discover that it is important to follow the guided tour in your hand or you miss all the tourist spots along the way. Now following the map and Cirsty's directions the pair make it to Coit tower which ...

    Sunny California

    A travel blog entry by boval on Dec 29, 2013

    191 photos

    ... of days time. We were warned not to go out after dark, and in all our travelling (apart from at Munich) we have never had a security guard on the gate of a campground before. Felt safer in this dodgy part of town knowing we had someone keeping any troublemakers out. The camp was filling up in preparation for the weekend game. Our final night of sleeping in a camper, as we return it the next day and are staying in a hotel near Fishermans Wharf on our ...

    Hello again

    A travel blog entry by kimberday on Oct 26, 2013

    ... difficult between elevated and low cities along with isolated tropical towns. What finally overcame the geographical difficulties was aviation. This source of communication was very effective since some populations, in most cases, depend exclusively on the air transport for being able to communicate.The Bolivian territory is characterized by extremely eventful relief. These topographic aberrations, which include a variety of environments such ...