Is it wrong not to want to stay in a trailer park?
**To the Point** While visiting San Francisco we stayed at Marin Park in Greenbrae, (Don't be surprised if you see it listed as Larkspur) California. They claim to be and in fact are only about ten minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a place to stay. **A Closer View** We were a bit apprehensive because we had read that there were a lot of seasonal sites. That often times means people live there. We prefer a traditional campground rather than a trailer park. When we got there we saw that in fact it is a trailer park however a fence divides the "campground" from the trailer park. There is a swimming pool by the office which is open seasonally. The office is in the trailer park section. The campground is separated by a fence from the Trailer Park. You'll find 87 full hook up sites. We parked on gravel. The rest of our site and "campground" was paved. There were no trees or grass and the sites were close together. We had no picnic table or fire ring. This is just a place to stay and all this for just $48! **Jo's Viewpoint** **You'll pay $60+ to stay in ****Candlestick**** ****Park**** in ****San Francisco****. We felt better going to Greenbrae. So I like it!** www.marinrvpark.com .