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Hello all,

Kermit (my Honda Element) and I are doing quite fine and have had many adventures together. As I've said in a few threads here, I was living in Kermit for some time and now it's become part time - taking off and living in Kermit during weekends or trips.

In September, my girlfriend is coming to SF for 2 days and she is really curious as to what it's like to stay in the E so I have to give her a good impression with comforts! I'll be taking her camping. Anyone have any recommendations on a nice place to camp in Kermit within an hour from SF?

I was thinking Half Moon Bay on Day 1 and heading north towards Point Reyes and camping at Samuel P. Taylor State Park on day 2. Any problem in sleeping in my E at these places? Do they have showers/restrooms? Any other recommendations/ideas? I don't want to take her to random places on the spot and have her paranoid and scared about what's going on outside and if a cop/criminal will come and awaken us..

Just thought I'd ask advice from the group.

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okay - well it's actually one night camping so now I'm looking for the best place to camp and explore in Kermit within 1 hour of San Francisco..
 

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Take a look at Henry Cowell state park- we stayed there at the start of a big camping trip last month. Nice facilities, just outside of Santa Cruz, about 1.5 hours from San Francisco. We also stayed at Samuel P Taylor, has really good spots, if you can get them. Since it is so coveted, you'll have to keep a close eye on reserveamerica.com to get your reservation in asap or see if anyone cancels. That was the only way we got a spot. Try to get a trailer site if you are sleeping in the E, that way you dont get a parking space on a slant.
 

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If you don't insist camp inside Kermit, you still can if you want to, & you are lucky to find one available in Sept, Steep Ravine Cabins in Mount Tamalpais will definitely take your breath away. It is not cheap, $100 per night, but it is well worth every penny.

Here is one of the best pic I seen taken with Steep Ravine Cabin:
http://atenpo.smugmug.com/gallery/4697398_7gjRg/1/277850425_FuJU8#277850425_FuJU8
 
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