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What To Know Before Your Stay At Our San Francisco RV Park



You can easily book your stay at Treasure Island Home & RV Park online. As a leading RV park Bay Area, we strive to offer supreme comfort and convenience to all our guests. We have a hassle-free reservation process that does not require guests to submit an application or make a security deposit when booking a spot at our South San Francisco RV park.

You can conveniently confirm your reservation by calling us prior to your arrival.


Arrival Instructions

Treasure Island Home & RV Park is located off Hickey Boulevard at El Camino Real.


If You’re heading South on 1-280:

take Exit 46 to Hickey Blvd. – turn left on Hickey blvd. – follow Hickey Blvd. until you get to El Camino Real – go through the light at El Camino Real and arrive at Treasure Island


heading South on 1-280

heading north on the I-280 N


If you’re heading north on the I-280 N:

take Exit 46 to Hickey Blvd. – turn right onto Hickey Blvd. – follow Hickey Blvd until you get to El Camino Real – go through the light at El Camino Real and arrive at Treasure Island


Check-In Process

Upon arrival, the check-in process begins at 1 pm. Please proceed to the front office with your payment before proceeding to your designated RV site.

Our friendly staff will provide you with a map of our park, bathroom and laundry room codes, and a parking pass during check-in. 

If you need a map of San Francisco, feel free to ask for one.


Guests typically set up their RVs themselves. However, if you’re new to RVing or need assistance hooking up your rig, our friendly maintenance technicians are available and ready to offer a helping hand during regular business hours.

Check-Out Process

Check-out time is by noon. There’s no need to stop by the front office for check-out procedures. If you wish to extend your stay, please give us a call at least an hour before check-out.

Payment Options

We accept payments through credit cards, checks, and money orders.

Parking and RV Storage

If you are towing your car or arriving in an RV with someone following in another vehicle, we offer parking passes to allow you to park your car in designated parking spaces. Vehicles, including RVs without parking permits, will be towed at the owner’s expenses.

For long-term residents and traveling workers, we offer convenient RV storage. You can store your RV with us during your time away or while attending to short assignments in other cities and return to take another RV spot when you get back. 


We have created a simple local transportation guide to help you find the most convenient way(s) to move around during your stay at our San Francisco RV park. Click HERE for more information on local transportation options.



What’s Nearby?

Here’s what you can expect by foot or car:

Mussel Rock Park: Located about 11 minutes from Treasure Island Mobile Home & RV Park, Mussel Rock Park offers a picturesque coastal experience. Situated at the Pacific Ocean coastline, this park is perfect for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy scenic views, take leisurely strolls along the coastline, or kick back and relax in the serene surroundings.

San Francisco South Bay: Within a 30-minute drive from the RV park, you can explore the vibrant San Francisco South Bay area. This region offers many attractions, including shopping centers, dining options, entertainment venues, and cultural landmarks. Whether you’re interested in exploring the local arts scene, trying out delicious cuisine, or treating yourself to some retail therapy, the San Francisco South Bay has something for everyone.

Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1): An 8-minute drive from Treasure Island, you can access the iconic Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1). This scenic route stretches along the stunning California coastline, offering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Take a leisurely drive or plan a road trip to explore the charming coastal towns, pristine beaches, and rugged cliffs that make this highway a favorite among travelers.

Highway 101: Located roughly 11 minutes from our RV park, Highway 101 provides convenient access to various destinations in the Bay Area. This major highway connects San Francisco with other cities and regions, allowing you to easily explore nearby attractions, visit neighboring towns, or embark on a road trip to discover the natural beauty of Northern California.

San Francisco International Airport: Just an 11-minute drive from Treasure Island, the San Francisco International Airport offers convenient air travel options for visitors. Whether arriving in San Francisco or planning a trip to another destination, the airport provides domestic and international flights, ensuring a seamless travel experience.

Costco: Adjacent to Treasure Island Mobile Home & RV Park, you’ll find a Costco warehouse. This membership-based retail store offers a wide range of products, including groceries, household items, electronics, and more. Conveniently located next door, they provide easy access to everyday essentials for RV park residents and visitors.

Trader Joe’s, Grocery Outlet, and Other Retail/Service Outlets: You’ll find various retail and service outlets within walking distance from Treasure Island. Trader Joe’s and Grocery Outlet are popular grocery stores where you can find a diverse selection of fresh produce, pantry staples, and specialty items. There are also other shops and businesses within walking distance of the park, offering convenience and accessibility for your shopping needs.

Ocean Beach: Situated 15 minutes away from Treasure Island, Ocean Beach is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and beach lovers. This expansive sandy beach offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and provides opportunities for activities such as sunbathing, picnicking, beachcombing, and even surfing if you’re up for a challenge. Enjoy the ocean breeze and the beauty of the California coast at Ocean Beach.

Nearby Restaurants: Within walking distance from our RV park, you’ll find several restaurants offering a variety of cuisines. Chevy’s Mexican Food, H.K.R Andy’s Chinese Food, and Coco3 – a local specialty beverage business, are among the dining options available. Whether you’re craving Mexican flavors, Chinese cuisine, or refreshing beverages, these nearby restaurants provide convenient dining choices for residents and visitors of Treasure Island Mobile Home & RV Park.



Packing List For Your Stay At Our San Francisco RV Park:

General RV and Campsite Setup:
  • Chocks and Leveling Boards: These items are essential for stabilizing and leveling your RV, ensuring a comfortable and safe stay.
  • Sewer Hose: A sewer hose is necessary for connecting your RV to the park’s waste disposal system, allowing for proper waste management.
  • Water Hose and Water Purifier: Bring a water hose to connect to the park’s water supply for fresh water. Additionally, consider using a water purifier to ensure the water is clean and safe for consumption.
  • Electrical Cords and Adapters: It’s important to have electrical cords and adapters compatible with the park’s electrical hookups, ensuring a reliable power source for your RV.
  • RV Tool Kit: Pack a basic RV tool kit that includes essential tools for maintenance and minor repairs. This will come in handy if any issues arise during your stay.
  • Flashlights and Lanterns: Having flashlights and lanterns is essential for providing lighting during nighttime activities, such as outdoor cooking, walking around the park, or in case of emergencies.


First Aid and Safety:
  • First Aid Kit: It’s crucial to have a well-stocked first aid kit that includes band-aids, gauze, antiseptic wipes, and other essential medical supplies for minor injuries or ailments.
  • Prescription Medications: If you or any members of your party require prescription medications, be sure to pack an adequate supply for your stay.
  • Sun Protection: San Francisco’s weather can vary, but it’s always a good idea to pack sunscreen, lip balm with SPF, and sun hats to protect yourself from harmful UV rays, especially if you plan to spend time outdoors.
  • Insect Repellent and Anti-Itch Cream: To protect against insect bites, bring insect repellent and anti-itch cream.
  • Emergency Contact Numbers: Keep a list of important emergency contact info, including local emergency services and the park management’s contact information, in case of emergencies or unforeseen circumstances.
  • Fire Extinguisher: Safety should be a priority, especially when cooking in your RV. Be sure to have a working fire extinguisher readily accessible in case of a fire emergency.


Clothing and Personal Items:
  • Weather-Appropriate Clothing: Pack a variety of clothing options suitable for changing temperatures in the San Francisco area. Layering is recommended to accommodate varying weather conditions.
  • Comfortable Footwear: Bring comfortable footwear such as hiking boots, sneakers, and sandals, as you may want to explore the surrounding areas or take nature walks during your stay.
  • Rain Gear: San Francisco weather can be unpredictable, so it’s wise to pack waterproof jackets and umbrellas to stay dry during unexpected showers.
  • Personal Hygiene Items: Remember to bring personal hygiene items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, shampoo, and towels for your daily needs.
  • Laundry Supplies: Pack laundry detergent and a bag for dirty clothes, as most RV parks offer laundry facilities for your convenience.
  • Hats and Sunglasses: Protect yourself from the sun by bringing hats and sunglasses to shield your face and eyes from harmful UV rays.


Essentials for Pets:
  • Food and Treats: If you’re traveling with pets, ensure you have enough food and treats to last for the duration of your stay.
  • Bowls for Food and Water: We recommend bringing collapsible bowls for your pet’s food and water because they are easy to store and use.
  • Leash, Collar, and ID Tags: For safety purposes, always have a leash, collar, and ID tags for your pet to ensure they can be easily identified and controlled during your stay.
  • Waste Bags: Responsible pet owners should bring waste bags to clean up after their pets and maintain a clean and enjoyable environment for everyone.
  • Bedding and Toys: Make your pet comfortable by bringing their bedding and favorite toys, ensuring they have a cozy and enjoyable experience during their stay.
  • Pet First Aid Kit: Consider assembling a pet-specific first aid kit that includes any necessary medications or supplies for any potential health concerns specific to your pet.



Seasonal Attractions/Things to Do



Fisherman’s Wharf: Located in San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf is a popular fishing spot where you can try your hand at the age-old art of Fishing. There are also top-rated seafood restaurants and other attractions in the area.

San Francisco Bay: The expansive San Francisco Bay offers excellent fishing opportunities. You can fish from the shore or rent a boat to explore deeper waters and increase your chances of catching a variety of fish.


Ocean Beach: Located on the western coast of San Francisco, Ocean Beach is a beautiful stretch of sandy shoreline where you can relax, soak up the sun, and enjoy beach activities like swimming and surfing.

Muir Beach: Situated just north of San Francisco, Muir Beach is a picturesque beach surrounded by cliffs and stunning coastal scenery. It’s the perfect destination for calming beach walks,  picnics, birdwatching, and more.

Aquatic Park Cove: Located near Fisherman’s Wharf, Aquatic Park Cove is a protected area where you can swim and sunbathe. It’s also a popular spot for open-water swimming and offers breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Public Parks

Golden Gate Park: A visit to San Francisco wouldn’t be complete without exploring Golden Gate Park. This expansive urban park offers plenty of things to do, including walking trails, gardens, museums, and even a Japanese tea garden.


Outside Lands: Outside Lands is an annual music festival held in Golden Gate Park. It features a diverse lineup of artists from various genres, food vendors, art installations, and other entertainment options. Dance to the music and immerse yourself in the festival atmosphere.

Cherry Blossom Festival: Celebrated in San Francisco’s Japantown, the Cherry Blossom Festival is a vibrant event that showcases Japanese culture and traditions. Enjoy performances, parades, delicious food, and the beauty of cherry blossoms in full bloom.


Angel Island State Park: Take a ferry to Angel Island State Park and explore its scenic hiking trails. Enjoy panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, visit historical sites, and get lost in nature.

Kirby Cove: Located near the Golden Gate Bridge, Kirby Cove offers a picturesque hiking trail that leads to a secluded beach. Enjoy stunning views of the bridge and the San Francisco skyline along the way.


Angel Island State Park: Explore the San Francisco Bay by kayaking and paddling around Angel Island State Park. Enjoy the tranquil waters, observe wildlife, and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

San Francisco Bay: Embark on a kayaking adventure in the San Francisco Bay and explore its diverse ecosystems. Paddle along the coastline, spot marine life, and experience the beauty of the Bay Area from a unique perspective.


Renting a bike and riding across the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin, followed by a ferry ride back, is a quintessential San Francisco experience. Enjoy the scenic route, feel the breeze as you cross the iconic bridge, and admire the stunning views of the city and the bay.



San Pablo Bay: Located north of San Francisco, San Pablo Bay is known for its excellent fishing opportunities. Cast your line and try your luck at catching various fish species while enjoying the peaceful surroundings.


SF Beer Week: Beer enthusiasts can indulge in SF Beer Week, a celebration of craft beer culture in San Francisco. Enjoy tastings, beer pairing events, brewery tours, and educational seminars.

Portola Music Fest: The Portola Music Fest is an annual event that showcases local musicians and bands. Enjoy live performances, discover new music, and immerse yourself in the vibrant music scene of San Francisco.


Muir Woods National Monument: Take a trip to Muir Woods National Monument and explore its enchanting old-growth coastal redwood forest. Follow the well-maintained trails, marvel at the towering trees, and enjoy the tranquility of nature.

Lands End Trails: Located on the western edge of San Francisco, Lands End offers scenic hiking trails with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Explore the coastal trails, visit the historic Sutro Baths, and take in the region’s rugged beauty.

Scenic Drives

A drive down to Big Sur via the Pacific Coast Highway is stunning, especially in the clearer winter months. Enjoy the scenic coastal views, dramatic cliffs, and picturesque beaches along this iconic road trip route.

These seasonal activities provide a staple supply of destinations and things to do for outdoor enthusiasts, beach lovers, nature explorers, and culture seekers throughout the year.



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