Camp at the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula with astonishing views of San Francisco Bay on one side and San Pablo Bay on the other. A lot of open space to explore. Some industrial storage en route to the Hipcamp area. Relax in the beautiful bay views, wildlife, common areas built to chill and take in the scenery. Also, a short distance away is Black Star Pirate BBQ located at
Camp at the tip of the San Pablo Peninsula with astonishing views of San Francisco Bay on one side and San Pablo Bay on the other. A lot of open space to explore. Some industrial storage en route to the Hipcamp area. Relax in the beautiful bay views, wildlife, common areas built to chill and take in the scenery. Also, a short distance away is Black Star Pirate BBQ located at the San Pablo Yacht Harbor. This amazing BBQ joint is accessible by either a short drive over the hill or via a private coastal walking path.
Good Hot is a sauna pop-up by the bay, currently open on Saturdays and Sundays. Saunas are available for private rental, and are located adjacent to a beach for cold plunging, at Terminal 4 out on Point San Pablo, Richmond. For more information on the saunas and how to book, please contact the host.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- 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 Pablo Bay View in California.
Several beach access points; the views are spectacular but the beach is rough
Places to see near Terminal 4
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
What a sneaky gem!! How this place isn't packed, I'll never know. Such amazing views, plenty of campsites, and right next door to a Suana and Ceramic store. Plus Point San Pablo Harbor is LOVELY. All around amazing find!!
It was such a beautiful weekend on the San Pablo Bayside parked next to Roberts Airstream it was a very peaceful and beautiful experience. Robert was amazing when we checked in and showed us where to go and offered us some super tasty beer… I can’t wait to come back
This was a vey interesting place to stay. Off the beaten path, remote, and eclectic. The weather wasn't nice while we were there so we couldn't enjoy the bay, but on a nice day it's probably a beautiful view.
I was really looking forward to this after reading Dally Tram's review. I got there around 3pm on a Friday. Combo wouldn't work on the gate. Fortunately someone was coming out, so I got in. Asked for Robert the host, but the tenant who runs the saunas told me he's rarely around. Which surprised me after reading Tram's review. I didn't get the hot tub guy's name but he left at 4pm and locked up what I thought was the common area accessible to the campers. Fortunately, I wasn't charging my phone or camera at the time. (The GFI receptacle at the street end of the building was not working; that was the only power I saw outside.) He came back on Saturday and re-opened it but wasn't overly friendly, kept asking Can I help you? when I walked over that way like it was not open to the campers. I did enjoy the view and the weather was perfect, but I car camp a lot in my tent and thought $100/nite to pitch a tent in what is really the overflow parking lot for the sauna was a little steep. A picnic table would have been a nice touch too.