MacKerricher state park Campground | Established Campground

United States


about 2 months ago
14.1 masl


Yes - Not at Sites
Running Water
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Large campground with lots of trees very close to the beach. Lots of water spigots. Showers (Hot). Whale watching, great park to walk around or exercise in.


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Not actual campgrounds, stayed on Laguna Point Beach parking lot with another RV with no issues.

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Stopped into shower. $1 for 5 min. $45 per night campsite so we didn’t stay.

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When I don’t find a “free” spot, my next choice is national and state campgrounds, which I like to support. In this case Mackerricher SP was a good choice for ending my day of driving. Facilities and grounds are showing their age and wear and tear from the weather, but it was clean, quiet, level, and convenient. Two of the three campground loops were closed, which I assume was because of the time of the year (March, 2023). Although the open loop was probably 2/3 occupied and a few had reserved cards, there were plenty of first-come choices….again for this time of the year. I picked 70 because there were no occupied neighbors, it was level, and the site was easy to back in my Promaster high roof. $40 nonresident, $38 nonresident senior (me)…again, I’m happy to support our state campgrounds and parks. After a short trail walk, I was walking on the beach….55 degrees and sunny. I’m guessing it’s booked solid during the high seasons, but I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again. I boosted my cell service from 1 to 2 bars.

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Kinda crowded and $45, but cool lil tucked away camp ground

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Good spot along the coast. Stopped here on the way to Point Reyes/Stinson Beach. Coast was beautiful and windy.

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Snuck a shower here despite this being only for registered campers. There was nobody at the entrance to take a fee otherwise this wouldn't have worked. Made sure to be quick about it. Showers take quarters; the one I used got just warm enough to be passable (it was also a cool day) - then again, I'm a super hot shower kinda gal.

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this is the only place I will pay 45 dollars a night for. it's awesome. you can walk on the beach, see whales and camp in the woods. you arnt camping on top of each other here as well.

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$45/night. nice location by Pacific Ocean

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45 :) dollars :) for :) a :) night :)
Didn't stay there, the ranger was really friendly thou.

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Popular, can be cool with fog, tent camped overnight

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MacKerricher State Park, hot showers, clean, friendly, lots of shade and about 144 camp sites some very close to the beach.

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Large campground with lots of trees very close to the beach. some sites have water.

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