Located right below the Conzelman Road of Marin Headlands, Kirby Cove Campground serves one of the most surreal and scenic view of the Golden Gate bridge and is preferred for its cavernous-cove and tranquillity. Preoccupied with pine, cypress and eucalyptus trees, the campground is cut off from the Kirby beach by a coastal defence site called Battle Kirby, named after American Civil war- Lieutenant Edmund Kirby
The campground encompasses four campsites, which can only be accessed through prior reservations. Except Campsite 1, which is located up on a cliff of the Kirby Cove Beach, Campsites 2, 3 and 4 are packed within the shade of tree groves. Campsites enjoy a maximum capacity of eight people per site and are facilitated with picnic tables, food lockers, pit toilets, tent pads and campfires. It is strictly advisable to carry your own water bottles and pack likewise clothes to sustain the cool breezes and foggy weather surrounding the trails and viewpoint.