Terminal 4 makes up the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula and fronts on both San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. Lot A is on the San Francisco Bayside, just to left after entering the Main Gate. The views are spectacular but it can be a bit windier than Lot B, which faces the San Pablo Bayside. Also, no power at Lot; water is accessible from a spigot perhaps 30 yards away and a
Terminal 4 makes up the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula and fronts on both San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. Lot A is on the San Francisco Bayside, just to left after entering the Main Gate. The views are spectacular but it can be a bit windier than Lot B, which faces the San Pablo Bayside. Also, no power at Lot; water is accessible from a spigot perhaps 30 yards away and a porta-potty is about 50 yards distant.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 40% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Terminal 4 San Francisco Bay View in California.
Several beach access points; the views are spectacular but the beach is rough
Places to see near Terminal 4
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Perfect, weird, beautiful, fun!
This was an incredible camp site. Very odd, but I loved it. It seems like an old industrial complex, but it's right on the water with an absolutely incredible view and a very short walk to Black Star Pirate BBQ (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED). It's a little tough to find the actual camp spot, but you'll know it by the lettered/numbered signs (mine was A4).
Weekend on the bay
Views of the San Pablo Bay are beautiful. There are 2 camping area's, A1-5 & C1-5. We were supposed to be in Site A3 but ended up accidentally in C3. We only had Site 3 on our res so this was confusing. We ended up moving on the second day but not to A3 because it was so cold and windy. We thoroughly enjoyed the numerous osprey nesting and fishing this area. A short walk on the loop trail .30 miles takes you up to some great vantage points and the ability to look down into the osprey's nest for a look at their one chick.
And the short walk to the Black Star Pirate BBQ in the Point San Pablo Harbor had a live New Orleans Jazz band and the a most unique outside art installations. The lines can be long so be prepared. For us this was a quick trip from the north bay and a real treat to camp right on the bay.
We only stayed a night. pretty good
The view in the morning was wonderful. Pretty windy but nothing we were not already told. The dirt was pretty difficult to drive in stakes but other than that the campsite did it’s job. Easy access.
Hidden gem 💎
What an absolute gem! We’ve never booked on Hipcamp before but took a chance on this one. So so glad we did. We drive through SF often and will definitely be staying here again. Robert was so easy to work with and was quick to reply. The spot was eclectic and so charming. There’s a port-a potty on site that’s cleaner then most public restrooms. It even has a water pump, soap and paper towels to wash your hands. The kids were in treasure heaven as they found hundreds of sea glass down on the beach and were able to explore all over the property. We truly felt like we stumbled upon a hidden gem and can’t wait to visit again!
Very scary. Turned onto the street which was approximately a mile long and no lights, road was narrow. Felt like we were driving into a scary movie. Finally got to the end of the road and there was a security box. Didn’t want to get out of the car to put the code in but we did. Parked and decided in less than 10 minutes we were driving away. Didn’t feel safe at all. Lots of abandoned houses, no lights etc. felt very j easy, scared and unsafe.