Pelican Point RV Park

Address: 1001 Miramontes Point Rd., Half Moon Bay, California, 94019, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1001 Miramontes Point Rd., Half Moon Bay, is near Waterfront Coastside Trail, Pescadero Beach, Half Moon Bay Golf Links, and Gray Whale Cove State Beach.
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    So close

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on May 11, 2015

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    Another day, another adventure! After a great stay at Saddle Mountain ranch, it was time to head further north. It would be out last full day with Jucy. We had grew very fond of Jucy and would be sad saying goodbye to her. According to google maps the journey wasn't going to take very long so we left our destination around 11.30. We swapped over …

    Monthly Mash - January 2015

    A travel blog entry by ashcol64 on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... Gate Bridge admiring the many landmarks that the city is famous for. To get in the mood each of the yacht's 3 levels provided access to bars and music keeping the party goers primed and raring to rock their proverbial socks off as we cruised along the bay. Time flew and it wasn't long before we were all clambering out on the decks jostling for a prime position to view the pyrotechnic display. At the stroke of midnight the fuses were lit releasing the fireworks up into ...

    San Francisco to L.A.

    A travel blog entry by bevj on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... cars going back and forth so we hopped on one and made our way down to the fabled Fisherman’s Wharf. The journey was brilliant! San Francisco is very hilly so it was like riding a switchback and every time we crested a hill, there were shrieks as we plunged down the other side rattling and crashing on the tracks. There are plenty of quirky people in San Fran and it wasn’t long before a guy was running along beside us trying to beat the cable car ...

    Fog, ferries and felons

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 09, 2014

    ... hills that the city is nestled upon by underground cables, which you can hear rushing by if you stop to listen, enter a turning circle and are promptly pushed around in a giant circle by their drivers and conductors. You then hop aboard for what can only be described as a ride of your life. You have three options: option one us to sit inside the safety of the carriage with limited photo opportunities but with little chance of losing a limb or cutting your life expectancy down to ...

    San Francisco - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by mainey on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... got off we rode our bikes back to Bike and Roll in Levenworth Street.

    We decide to investigated about a Segway tour (2 to choose from), we chose City Segway tours –booked in for 10.30am Thursday 12 June 2014.

    Tonight we chose Ciopppos on the Wharf restaurant (highly recommend) a lovely Italian restaurant, very busy and a thoroughly beautiful meal - tummies very full and ...