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Olema, CA 94950
 

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Check here for the latest news and information about Olema Campground

2/17/21

Campground is open

Under Marin County Health Order we're allowed to offer recreational camping.

Everything is back to normal here in Olema besides the required masking at ALL times and six foot social distancing. All of our RV sites are open but tent camping is limited. Our bathrooms are open for tent campers. We are asking Rver's to try to limit to their own facilities if possible.

Reminder: It is winter time here at the Olema Campground and the grounds are very wet and can be muddy. We offer wood chips to be applyed on your sites on request.


1/22/21

Marin County Stay At Home Order

Please note, the only uses for hotels and Short Term Rentals allowed currently under the stay home order is for essential workers, housing for homeless, and quarantine/ containment measures related to COVID.

 

As such, we are not currently permitted to rent to non-essential travelers from outside or within California. To be considered an essential worker, the individual must be in the area performing an essential service. As such, those who are essential workers do not qualify to stay if they are on vacation or spending the weekend away from their home.

Anyone qualifying as an essential traveler is required to sign a provided essential travel waiver upon arrival.

Please follow us on our offical Facebook page; Olema Campground, for more frequent updates.

ESSENTIAL TRAVEL WAIVER

 

The Regional Stay Home Order (PDF), announced December 3, 2020, will go into effect within 24 hours in regions with less than 15% ICU availability. It prohibits private gatherings of any size, closes sector operations except for critical infrastructure and retail, and requires 100% masking and physical distancing in all others.

The order will remain in effect for at least 3 weeks and, after that period, will be lifted when a region’s projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15%. This will be assessed on a weekly basis after the initial 3 week period. 

 

All individuals living in the Region shall stay home or at their place of residence except as necessary to conduct activities associated with the operation, maintenance, or usage of critical infrastructure, 1 as required by law, or as specifically permitted in this order.


Californians may leave their homes for essential purposes including but not limited to:

                Essential Work or for traveling to/from Essential Work
                Needing to self-isolate or quarantine
                Unable to stay in their own home due to COVID related issues
                Traveling to care for a vulnerable person
                Domestic services such as shopping, laundry, or gas
                For essential outdoor recreation close to home
                Government services such as post office, courthouse, dmv
                To express political views in groups of 10 or less—in car protests are allowable
                Full time RVer moving from point A to B or returning home
           

 

NOTE: Local orders are being updated continuously to clarify/expand on the statewide order. Please contact your county to confirm that you are complying with the most current version of your local order. 

 

I confirm that I am traveling for COVID-19 mitigation and containment measures such as an essential worker or to care for a sick individual or to self-quarantine.


                                                                                                                                                                                               
                Signature                                                                                             Date


7/9/20

Sewer Chemicals

Starting immediately we will not accept any sewer dumps containing Zinc, Formaldehyde or Phenol. We will ask you to please arrive at our Campground with empty tanks and be prepared to show us the kind of chemicals used in your RV.

Bathrooms are open for Tent Campers only. RV Campers are asked to use their facilities in their RV's.


6/25/20

COVID 19 UPDATE  OPENING

Finally!!!! Starting Monday June 29th we're opening our Campground for RV and limited Tent Camping.

We're requiring social distancing and Face Mask. Before you head out to relax and have fun please make sure to read the guidelines for camping designed for California and Marin County. https://covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-campgrounds.pdf


3/27/20 

Update concerning COVD-19

To Our Valued Customers,

We're facing a truly unique time as the situation with coronavirus continues to evolve. All of our families, businesses and communities have been impacted and our hearts go out to anybody affected directly or indirectly by the virus.

I want to update you on how we are approaching the situation here at the Olema Campground.

First and foremost, we're focused on the safety of our Guests, Employees, Families and our community and are monitoring the situation closely. We're taking steps to ensure we are meeting your needs even with the "Shelter in Place" order.

Our laundry is open 24 hours every day.

We're filling propane between the business hours 9:00am-5:00pm.

The dump station is also open during business hours and is a $10.00 fee for non-customers.

The Campground is open with restrictions in place. We suspended recreational  tent camping and group gatherings till further notice. RV campers will be asked to use their facilities in there RV's to limit exposure to them self and our employees. We also ask to please bring necessary supplies with you.

We will continue to closely monitor this global crisis and are committed to keeping you updated.

Our team is working very hard to keep the Campground well maintained, clean, disinfected and safe for our Guests, Employees, Families and Community members who use the facility so we can get to regular business as soon as we win the fight with this virus.

We value your questions, ideas and feedback

Sincerely

Gabriela Bell

415-663-8106

gabi@olemacampground.com


12/16/18

Campsite Occupancy Tax

Marin County has instituted a new Transient Occupancy Tax beginning Jan 1, 2019.  The TOT is 4%.  The tax will be added to camping charges after Jan 1, 2019.


5/3/15

We have a new wifi system for the campground

We have replaced our old wifi with a new system that will provide improved speed and performance.  Check with the campground office for instructions on how to log on to the new system.


7/6/14

Online Reservations Now Available

Our new online reservation system is now available.  Use the Reserve button on the Prices and Policies page or click here to reserve.  Instructions for online reservations are on the Prices and Policies page.


4/7/13

We now accept credit cards

Olema Campground now accepts credit cards in the campground office.  You can use your credit card when you call to make a reservation and check-in at the office.  We accept VISA, MasterCard and Discover.