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Spent one night along the road. Quiet at night, but vehicle movement picks up early. A few smaller campers and vans parked nearby. Decent spot if you just need to crash for a bit.
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What happened to me could happen anywhere but it happened here.
I parked up around 9pm. The street was mostly empty except for a couple of regular cars. Someone drove by and honked their horn.
At 4:30am someone decided to bang on my van very hard 4 times, it sounded like a baseball bat, I was expecting to see a broken taillight or dents. They just drove off. It's sad, upset my dogs. Just up the road maybe a mile is a lookout point for the Golden gate bridge, I didn't the day there. There are no signs to indicate when you should leave but I guarantee you cannot over night there. Understandably tourist-y but still a nice view, picture included.
stay here 2 night and one full day
little bit noise
other rv was there when we wake up
Stayed here for 3 nights, never bothered, kind of a busy road but it dies down alot and is quiet after about 11 or midnight, very safe feeling area ...We would arrive after sunset and in the morning go to crissy field and park for the day.Report Check-In
Stayed along different areas of El Camino street for a few days. Would come late at night and leave in the morning. Had no issues, but would be very discrete since it is a residential areaReport Check-In
nice area, not really leveled but it works for the night. its near the beach so that's a plus.Report Check-In
very good place, no problemo.
il n'y a pas beaucoup d endroits a SF.
see Google street map for pictures
Spent 2 nights here. No problems. Close to bus stop that takes 45 mins to get downtown. Close to Baker Beach.Report Check-In