Description

After being closed for 40 years, the Bootjack Campground was recently renovated and reopened for premiere Mount Tamalpais camping. Bootjack sits in an awesome location, right at the junction of the Matt Davis and Bootjack trails. Explore the miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking, stop by the railroad museum, check out the spring Mountain Play in the stone amphitheater, Continue reading...

After being closed for 40 years, the Bootjack Campground was recently renovated and reopened for premiere Mount Tamalpais camping. Bootjack sits in an awesome location, right at the junction of the Matt Davis and Bootjack trails. Explore the miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking, stop by the railroad museum, check out the spring Mountain Play in the stone amphitheater, or get star-struck in the monthly astronomy programs. The 15 available campsites offer drinking water, firewood, and restrooms with flush toilets. Keep in mind there are no showers available after your day of adventure.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, cars, vans
No. of sites
15
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 8 people per site
Fires allowed
Potable water available
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Picnic table available
No RV hookup
Biking
Fishing
Hiking
Horseback riding
Climbing
Wildlife watching
Boating
Paddling
Wind sports
OHV
Snow sports
Surfing
Swimming
Whitewater paddling

The vibe at Bootjack Campground

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Hipcamper Ryan

Bring cash! Payment is self service via an envelope drop. It was $25 / night. An extra $8 for additional vehicles. No firepits. They have these vintage stove things for a fire. Cool to look at, not as fun or warm as a firepit.

Hipcamper Austin

Very nice trails and scenery. Also it is only a short drive to Stinson beach which has a dog friendly side. You can check in as early as the spots open and they fill up fast on weekends. Neg: Camping spots are close and sometimes loud neighbors. LOTS OF WASPS

Hipcamper Jeremy

I stayed one night at site #15 and sunrise - sunset the wasps were almost unbearable. Once the sun is down they all go away and it is just perfect!

Hipcamper Anna

Great spot for hikers - the site is an intersection for a handful of major trails. Recommend heading up to East Peak for some ass kicking & great views!

Hipcamper Margaret

Beautiful campground. LOADED WITH WASPS which makes cooking is impossible at the campground during daylight hours. It's a great spot to stay if you plan to be gone sunrise to sunset. An amazing hike down to Stinson Beach and back is just a few feet away.

Hipcamper Madison

Bootjack is a short drive from the city and dog-friendly. The campground is really pretty; nestled in the side of a mountain along a river. But the individual sites are really close together.

Lots of trails nearby, like Matt Davis, so this is a prime spot for hikers and long-distance trail runners. We showed up midmorning on a Saturday and got our pick of the campsites. There's a grill and stone stove, but neither come close to a fire pit. You can get firewood at the Pantoll Campground a half-mile away--cash-only.

Hipcamper Pierre

You can buy firewood from Pantoll Campground just nearby, for $8 a bundle. Campsite number 10 is the most secluded, all the way up the mountain from the parking lot. It's a peaceful and well maintained campground, I would go again!

Hipcamper Xanthe

It's hard to beat a quiet morning here. Bring your binoculars so you can pick out the peaks of San Francisco peeking out above the morning fog that lines the city. It's quite the view.

Park
Mount Tamalpais State Park
State
California
Phone Number
(415) 388-2070
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
37.911° N, 122.6° W
$25/night
Tent / Van: 15 Sites
(Up to 8 people per site)