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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA

While no personal fireworks are allowed at Pillar Point RV Park, Half Moon Bay or its' surrounding communities, there will be a grand fireworks show in San Francisco.

Pillar Point is the perfect place to stay if you have a mind to attend the grand 4th of July celebrations that take place on Pier 39!   Just hop up to the BART station in Colma, (directions below) and take BART to the Embarcadero.

The free celebratio...
The rank and file still have to vote but, it is pretty much a done deal and the trains will start to run again this morning...they'll be at full force this afternoon.  When you are staying at Pillar Point RV Park, it's just about 20 minutes drive to the Colma BART station and it's the easiest way to travel into San Francisco. BART takes you all the way to the Embarcadero and more...

More on today's BART story here....
We have a lot of information on here about getting to BART and how to get around San Francisco...In the meantime, this video will give you a complete overview


Here is the Bart system map

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America's Cup Pavillion
Concert Schedule


The 9,000 seat America's Cup Pavillion, located on Piers 27/29 in San Francisco will be the venue for some amazing concerts this summer.  The venue is super easy to get to using public transportation from the Colma BART station.



July 18th - Counting Crows and The Wallflowers
July 20th - San Francisco Symphony performs Tchaikovsky’s Greatest Hits
July 25th - Weezer
August 1st - 311
August 4th - Sublime with...
Bart trains begin running this afternoon as union workers return by request of California's Labor Secretary.  But, it's only a 30 day "cooling off" period and the strike could happen again 30 days from now.  Both sides say they are still far apart in the negotiations.

We'll save the advice below we gave you during the strike..just in case...

...if you are looking for how to get around here is some advice from the SF Chronicle

http://www.sfgate.com/...<...>

Besides relaxing and watching the ocean, one of the things a lot of people like to do while they are at Pillar Point RV Park is to go to San Francisco.   Whether you want to see the sights or shop til you drop, taking BART is the best way in or out of the city.   You won't have to deal with traffic or finding a very expensive parking space if you take public transportation.

Whether you are taking a tow vehicle or your RV, you...


Taxi

Coast Cab.....(650) 726-1779
Serra Cab......(650) 991-2345  ($55 one way to BART station from Pillar Point RV)
HMB Yellow Cab (650) 712-9300  ($3.10 to pick up then $3/mile)

It's approximately 17 miles from Pillar Point RV Park to the BART station in Colma.   From there, it's a $6.50 round trip ticket to Market Street and Powell downtown San Francisco where you can walk to Chinatown and Union Square, or catch a $10 trolley c...
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 Francisc...
If you want to tour all the fantastic attractions San Francisco has to offer, there is no easier way to do it than to stay at Pillar Point RV Park.  You are just 20 minutes away from BART in San Francisco that will take you all over the city. Easy parking at the BART station for your RV or tow car..then grab BART and don't worry about parking or the heavy traffic in the city..

Lots to do in "The City"...The wonderful San Francisco Visitors B...