The magic of Pillar Point RV Park is highlighted by its' location right on the beach, along with its' country feel along the coast. It's easy to forget that your just about a 20 minute ride to BART, that takes you conveniently right into the heart of one of the greatest, if not the greatest cities in the world.  San Francisco is not just a city, it's an always changing live entertainment stage. Laurie Armstrong, the head of the San Francisco Visitors Bureau grew up RVing and she has plenty of suggestions to make your visit to Pillar Point RV Park and the city, a life time memory...Here's her latest post to us...

San Francisco Has Never Looked More Golden Busy!

First week of October filled with major events and activities


Sept.  27, 2012 – This has already been a busy year for San Francisco and the city will have even more on deck during the first week of October.   San Francisco Travel has posted details on these events and others on its website, The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency has also provided maps and other transit updates specifically related to these events as well.


Among the events that will greatly increase the city’s activity level are:

·         America’s Cup World Series, Oct. 2-7

·         Fleet Week, Oct. 4-8

·         Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Oct. 5-7

·         Litquake, Oct. 5-13

·         Castro Street Fair, Oct. 7

·         San Francisco Italian Heritage Parade, Oct. 7

·         San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo Bills, Oct. 7


Dates for the National League Division Series with the beloved San Francisco Giants are expected to be confirmed soon as well.  


Oracle OpenWorld 2012, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, will have activities at Moscone Center and throughout the city.  


The San Francisco Travel Association is the official tourism marketing organization for the City and County of San Francisco. For information on reservations, packages, activities and more, visit or call 415-391-2000.  The Visitor Information Center is located at 900 Market St. in Hallidie Plaza, lower level, near the Powell Street cable car turnaround.

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