Lawsons Landing

Lawsons Landing

Location: 137 Marine View Drive, Dillon, California, 94929
Lat/Long: 38.2454258 / -122.9660136
Phone No: (707) 878-2443
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Amenities Onsite: Camp store | Portable toilets | Picnic tables | Fire ring | no shade | Beach front camp spots | Ice$ | Firewood$ | Drinking water | Fishing Pier | Sand camp roads | Sand pads | Dump station |  
Amenities Nearby : Dillon Market(1mi) | No other nearby services |  
Recreation Onsite: Clamming | Fishing | Boating | Beachcombing | Photography | Surfing | Star gazing | Kayaking | Jet skiing |  
Recreation Nearby: Point Reyes National Seashore(15mi) | Muir Woods National Monument(35mi) | San Francisco(50mi) | Point Reyes Lighthouse | Bear Valley Visitors Center | Beaches | Backpacking | Road biking | Fishing | Marine reserve | Tide pools |  


California, Lawsons Landing.  The campground is located approximately 10 miles off Highway-1 on winding country roads.  Campbase recommends RV's no larger than 35 feet.  Just a recommendation.  The landing is located 50 miles north of San Francisco. 


From the small town of Tomalies on Highway-1, Take Dillon Beach Road and go West  After approximately 8 miles you will come to the small town of Dillon.  Follow the highway around to Beach Avenue.  Continue on and it will change to Cliff Street.  Follow Cliff street until it ends at the entrance to the landing.

Also see the Campbase map tab for an accurate campground location. 


Lawsons Landing is open all year with approximately 200 RV or tent camp spots.  The campground has camp spots near sand dunes, beaches, and the Tomales Bay in several different settings.  The Seawall spots face the bay and have direct water access.  There are Pier camp spots located near the fishing pier and West Beach camp spots near the beach sand dunes.  All spots are very nice and can accommodate almost any size vehicle.  The resort has a small market with ice, firewood, and fishing supplies.  There is a pier and a boat launch near the market.  A few water and electric camp spots are available but, most camp spots are dry camping.  Two RV dump stations are available in the park.  Cows do roam the park during the winter months eating the grass (See the pics).  If your arriving at the park after business hours during the winter months the entry gate may be closed.  The procedure for entry is to open the gate and find an available camp spot.  Close the gate behind you.  Pay in the morning at the entrance booth.  Cellular service was excellent, no WiFi.

Local Recreation:

The Point Reyes National Seashore is just across the bay from the campground.  However, by road the parks entrance is more than 10 miles away.  The national park has a lighthouse, beaches, and forests to explore.

Muir Woods National Monument is located approximately 35 miles from the campground.  There is an old growth redwood forest located there that has a walking path through it.  It's a great way to spend the day. 

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