Camping in San Francisco Bay is possible at Coyote Hills Regional Park. The area is home to more than 970 acres of wetlands, grasslands, marshlands, and water. Visitors love that they can camp so close to the water without hassle. In fact, people love the park so much that there are campers and other guests in the park year-round, even though the spring, summer, and fall tend to be the most popular time for guests to camp out.
To park at Coyote Hills Regional Park, there is a $5 fee per vehicle. Dogs are welcome at the park for a $2 fee. Guide dogs are admitted into the park for free. All dogs, including guide dogs, are to be leashed at all times. Dogs are expected to be under control, and dogs that bother other guests may be asked to leave.
The area is full of trails to explore the beauty of nature. In fact, the most popular activities that take place in the park are walking, bicycling, bird watching, jogging, picnicking, and nature exploration. With all of the unique wildlife in the area, including muskrats and otters, it is no wonder why guests enjoy being in nature so much. There are also native plants that are very special.
The campsite is a group camping area that has enough room for 50 people. It is in Dairy Glen. It can be reserved by phone. There are vault toilets, a hand washing station, a fire pit, a drinking fountain, picnic tables, and three shade structures in the camping area. Recently, the camping area was upgraded to be more accessible for people using wheelchairs and other mobility devices.
Since dogs are welcome in the park, guests are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs. It is also important for guests to clean up after themselves to keep the park clean.