Bicentennial Campground remains an ideal spot for camping and relishing the view of San Francisco’s esteemed treasure- the Golden Gate Bridge. Tucked within the Marine Headlands of Marin County, this camping site enjoys bounty vegetation and distinct Northern Californian wildlife. With trails spurting out, the tourist destination also enjoys close proximity to Rodeo Beach, Point Bonita Lighthouse and Nike Missile Site.
The sole campground in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area- Bicentennial Campground is cherished for its easy accessibility and is home to three campsites where each tent has a maximum capacity of 3 people, with an uphill parking lot.
The campground offers picnic tables, food lockers, barbeque grills, portable restrooms and pit toilets; and also allows gas stoves for avid campers. Drinking water can be fetched from the Marin Visitor Centre which is only a mile away from the campground. Sights of black-tailed deer grazing amidst the dense cypress trees are common yet among the most surreal experiences of the campground.