Lawson's Landing

(3) Reviews

137 Marine View Drive, Dillon Beach, CA, 94929

Our campground is located between the Pacific Ocean and Tomales Bay and is surrounded by sand dunes. Most of our sites are a short walk from the beach and the seawall sites are right on the bay.

Located on 137 Marine View Drive in Dillon Beach, CA lies the Lawson's Landing. This pet friendly campground includes water. You can also enjoy activities such as Kite-Boarding, surfing, biking, hiking, and kayaking during your stay.

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Site

No Hookups, but water is available for filling tanks.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Meadow $45.00
RV Seawall $45.00
Tent Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Site $33.00

General Policies

1. There are no more than two vehicles allowed on a campsite and only one can be an RV. A vehicle plus a towed trailer or vehicle counts as one RV. Again, only one (1) RV per site. 2. A numbered campsite has been assigned to you for the duration of your stay. Your vehicle, trailer, tent and other assorted items need to be located within the site you have been assigned. Parking for the walk-in tent sites is in the designated parking area only. You must return to the gate to be assigned a different campsite. 3. Check-in time is 1:00 P.M. Check-out time is 12:00 P.M. noon. Adding additional nights must be done at the entry gate before noon or your site may be assigned to someone else. 4. No camping, people or vehicles allowed in the ditches. The rope fences bordering the campsite indicate this boundary. 5. Campfires permitted only in campsites. No digging of pits. If necessary you may build your fire on the grass. Only clean wood and paper may be burned. Glass, plastic, food waste, metal items and other trash may not be burned. Please dispose of these items in the proper receptacle. Campfires should be extinguished and cooled before leaving unattended. Do not leave hot coals. 6. Speed limit is 15 mph and less in congested areas where posted. Speeders will be told to leave. “Cruising” at any time is not permitted. 7. DANGER! Do not dig sand caves or tunnels as they may collapse without warning and may be fatal. 8. Keep your camp clean; a dirty camp will result in immediate expulsion. Use dumpsters. 9. All guests must be at least 21 years of age unless accompanied by someone 25 years of age or older. Possession of alcohol by minors is forbidden. Minors are to be back in camp by dark. 10. Generator use from 8am to 9pm only, excessively loud generators are not allowed. Quiet time is 9pm to 6am. 11. Highway licensed vehicles, golf carts (Licensed drivers only) and electric scooters may be used. Daylight hours only for carts and scooters. Gas scooters are not allowed. 12. Operate vehicles in camp area only. No hill climbing. 13. Thefts do occur. Safeguard valuables, ice chests, etc. 14. Return tag to gateman or return box on exiting. 15. All pets must be kept on leash. Horses and horseback riding are not allowed. 16. No shooting, archery or fireworks permitted. 17. No beach or dune camping.

General Store

Community Water Fountain

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs

Picnic Table








Wildlife Viewing

137 Marine View Drive, Dillon Beach, CA, 94929
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Overall Rating: 4.7

nguyen le

this is a nice place for stay ! i been here more then 4 time a year !

Davina Bruno

I love how well-preserved the natural environment at this park is; the coast is my favorite part of the campground. The dunes are incredible, and I always come across spectacular wildlife. I've seen several Western Snowy Plover which is on the endangered species list, and some really pretty fish. I've gone fishing here a few times, and just sitting out on the lake is so peaceful; even if you don't catch anything, you won't regret just being out there. The campground is obviously preserved by people who care very deeply for the environment and it shows. The RVing is also great The facilities are usually clean, and I always really appreciate that there's water and toilet facilities; whenever I bring my nieces and nephews we spend a lot of time at the picnic tables and they agree that it's a nice addition to each individual campground. The only thing missing in my opinion are shower and laundry facilities, so I hope they add that soon enough! I'd definitely recommend this campground, especially if you want to relax and enjoy nature solo or with some loved ones. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Bill McElmurry

My Family thought this was a great camp ground, launch ramp for fishing right there. They do have sites located on the "Wall" which are dirt with no much to talk about except your right on the water. ON the other side of the campground are the grass sites which are comfortable size and have a fire ring and picnic table. Little store onsite and also they do sell wood, right out of the campground is a really nice beach cant miss it drive right by it and also a store and restaurant right up the street from there. I would surely go back and give it another run. Bill McElmurry - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group