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Westside Regional Park

Not a pretty campground, but conveniently located.
  • CampingBotCampingBot January 2011
    Originally posted in the old review system on 03/17/2009 by Zinfan

    Westside Park is essentially an RV park with no hook-ups. The sites are paved and more than half are pull thru's. There are few trees so there is no privacy between sites and it can be very windy. Being located next to a boat launch, this campground is popular with fisherman and crabbers. Reservations are necessary for dates around the openings of different fishing seasons. Bodega Bay Harbor is also well known for bird watching. The front row of this campground is along the water's edge, and a number of birds can be observed from your campsite. you can also pass the time watching the fishing boats come and go. Another popular attraction in the area is whale watching. It is a short two mile drive to Bodega Head where Gray Whales can be observed on their migrations north and south.