Alice Eastwood Group Camp

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Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plateAlice Eastwood Group Camp has two sites for organized groups. Frank Valley Group Horse Camp is located about a mile inland from Muir Beach. Reservations are required for all group camps.

Alice Eastwood Group Camp is located along the Panoramic Highway near Mountain Home Inn. The camp has two tents- only sites available for organized groups. One site can accommodate up to 25 people and 10 vehicles. The other site can accommodate up to 50 people and 15 vehicles. Check-in time is 2 PM and check-out is at noon.
The 9 rustic cabins are located nearby. Cabins are equipped with a small wood stoves, sleeping platforms, outdoor BBQs, and picnic tables. Restrooms are and water faucets are nearby.

Environmental Campsites at Steep Ravine are located on an exposed marine terrace overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The campground is about a mile south of Stinson Beach. Each of the 7 campsites has a picnic table, food locker, and fire pit. Water and restrooms are nearby.Rising to 2,571 feet, beautiful Mount Tamalpais is a prominent landmark in Marin County. Its forested slopes, redwood groves, and tumbling creeks have been popular attractions since the days of the Gold Rush. Visitors to the park enjoy miles of trails, visitor centers, the remnants of the Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railway, and plentiful wildlife. To reach the park from Highway 101, take Highway 1 to the Stinson Beach exit and follow signs up the mountain.”A very relaxing place to camp or just take a break from hiking. There are some tables, fireplace, bathrooms, and you can also drink water or recharge or water bottle.”

“Quiet reservation-only campsite with great access to lots of hiking in the Muir Woods area. Has grill, fire pit, sink, bathrooms, bear boxes for food, etc. Private parking for those with reservations right next to the campsites. Great for car camping!”
Alice Eastwood Group Camp, located off Panoramic Highway, has two campsites. Site ‘A’ holds up to 50 people (max). Site ‘B’ holds up to 25 people (max). Both campsites have tables, flush toilets, water faucets with sinks, barbecue grills and a large area for tents. For specific questions regarding the campground, call Pantoll Ranger Station or the Marin Sector Office.

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Set alerts at more campgrounds to increase your odds of getting a place to stay! Below is a list of the closest campgrounds supported on Campflare. Or, view all campgrounds in Mount Tamalpais State Park.This campground is a part of Mount Tamalpais State Park. Just north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate is Mount Tamalpais, 6,300 acres of redwood groves and oak woodlands with a spectacular view from the 2,571-foot peak. On a clear day, visitors can see the Farallon Islands 25 miles out to sea, the Marin County Hills, San Francisco and the Bay, hills and cities of the East Bay, and Mount Diablo. On rare occasions, the Sierra Nevada’s snow-covered mountains can be seen 150 miles away. Coastal Miwok Indians lived in the area for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. In 1770, two explorers named the mountain La Sierra de Nuestro Padre de San Francisco, which was later changed to the Miwok word Tamalpais. With the Gold Rush of 1849, San Francisco grew; and more people began to use Mount Tamalpais for recreation. Trails were developed, and a wagon road was built. Later, a railway was completed and became known as the Crookedest Railroad in the World It was abandoned in 1930 after a wildfire damaged the line.

Campsite amenities offered include picnic tables, grills, hiking trails, and a ranger station. It also includes all your basic amenities like restrooms and potable water. Visitors can enjoy nearby activities such as biking, fishing, horseback riding, and bird watching.
This campground is magic! It’s also expensive so make sure you have a big group chipping in. There are two group spots. Group A holds 50 people. There is a kitchen area with a huge grill and a large canopy covering a dining area. Group B holds 25 and has more privacy. We had Group A and had a ton… Per my rating system, I usually reserve 5 stars for those parks that are worth traveling to from long distances (i.e. out of state). While Marin county CA is definitely worth traveling to, it’s the region that’s 5 stars, not necessarily individual campsites in the many state parks worth visiting in… Nice campground. Went there with Cub Scouts. Good walk down the hill to John Muir Woods and visitor center. Not too bad hike back up to camp. Nice views. Reserve way ahead your date.

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Following is a list of other nature attractions found within few miles of Alice Eastwood Group Campsite. You may also view all nature attractions in Mill Valley, California.
Alice Eastwood Group Campsite is located at 753 Panoramic Highway, Mill Valley, CA – 94941. Besides this campground, there are two more campgrounds listed in Mill Valley. There’s also nine attractions listed in this city in other categories. You will find the exact location of Alice Eastwood Group Campsite on the map above. If you need any other information on Alice Eastwood Group Campsite that is not listed here, please call (415) 388-2070 or visit their website.

Road bicyclists who are up for a challenge can try the Seven Sisters ride, which heads north from Stinson Beach to the Bolinas-Fairfax Road and includes a long stretch of super-scenic West Ridgecrest Boulevard. The twisting paved road to East Peak summit also provides a good workout and spectacular views.Rocky Point/Steep Ravine Environmental Campground, on a marine terrace one mile south of Stinson Beach, has seven primitive sites and nine rustic cabins. Each cabin has a small wood stove, picnic table, sleeping platforms and an outdoor barbecue, but no running water. Restrooms and water faucets are nearby. Cabin #1 and environmental campsite #7 are wheelchair accessible. Only one vehicle and five people may occupy each cabin or campsite. No pets are allowed.

Mount Tam and the smaller national park it encircles, Muir Woods National Monument, are home to one of California’s most impressive tree species, the coast redwood. Before or after any trip to see these stately giants, you and your family may want to visit Save the Redwoods League’s online Redwoods Learning Center. The site offers fun, redwood-themed activities, classroom tools, and ways to get involved in redwood protection. Redwoods bingo, anyone?
Staffed by Friends of Mt. Tam volunteers, the park’s visitor center at the East Peak summit has maps, books, souvenirs, packaged snacks, and a wildlife exhibit. Nearby, the park’s railroad history comes to life in the Gravity Car Barn. The visitor center is open from 11 to 4 and the barn is open 12 to 4 on most weekends.Frank Valley Group Horse Camp, on Muir Woods Road about one mile north of Highway 1 at Muir Beach, has tables, fire rings, drinking water, pit toilets, horse troughs, and corrals for up to 12 horses.It is your responsibility to know all the fishing rules and regulations that apply to the area and time of fishing. The following links may be helpful to park guests:By trail, the theater is about 3/4 mile from Bootjack parking lot or 1/3 mile from Rock Spring parking lot. Plan to arrive well before 11 a.m. to find a spot. Or take the free shuttle from Mill Valley. On performance days, the Mountain Play Express runs every 15 minutes between 10:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.If you have a full day, walk 1.5 miles downhill through a redwood forest on the Steep Ravine Trail. Then take the Dipsea Trail another 1.5 miles to Stinson Beach, admiring ocean views and seasonal wildflowers along the way. Lunch at Stinson and walk back up to Pantoll on the Dipsea Trail for a total of 6 miles. Or, if the West Marin Stagecoach schedule allows, take the bus to Pantoll.