Olema Campground

Address: 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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      There goes our tent!

      A travel blog entry by haapalas on Sep 23, 2014

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      A little further down the coast we stopped at a quaint little town called Point Reyes for a quick one nighter on our way to Yosemite National Park. After setting up camp at the Olema campground we had dinner at a small restaurant and traveled to this old western town for a drink at a famous bar – The Western Saloon – where they only …

      Need for Trees

      A travel blog entry by scottjmurray on Jun 02, 2014

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      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 …

      Day Twenty: Walking on San Fran

      A travel blog entry by aeway on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... professionally done.

      After the Castro we walked through some fancy streets into the Mission district, another area with an interesting history. We arrived first in Dolores Park and learnt about the primarily Latino area that is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after districts in which to live. In
      fact, it’s getting to the point that a lot of the original residents are being evicted from buildings, which ...

      Wednesday July 2nd San Francisco

      A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jul 02, 2014

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      ... before we left.
      On Thursday, Myra was going to spend the day being our tour guide.
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      Brunch at Brenda's in the Tenderloins - The food was yummy - except the grits - and the portions huge.

      Waiting for the Tram - While waiting for the famous San Francisco tram the busy tram workers were sitting down watching the baseball. They moved the tram and the reason that we could tell was so they could get a better seat and view of the ...

      Hitting the Pavement

      A travel blog entry by traveling_light on Jun 23, 2014

      33 photos

      ... s Crookedest Street", Lombard Street, and amazingly, San Fran's most famous site....Jeremy and I had seen it, but I was riding a cable car then, and this time I was determined to walk it and photograph it. It was really fun, MOBS of Japanese tourists, but I could find places to stand and shoot.

      And then, on to the corner of Chestnut and Powell, to get a shot of the cable car coming up Powell from the Bay, with Alcatraz in the background. I seriously ...