This five-day overnight camp takes place at McInnis Skatepark in San Rafael. The overnight version features ages 7-15. Campers will enjoy skateboarding and a variety of other activities around the China Camp Campground. Beginner and intermediate skateboarders are welcome.
This five day camp runs in the city at Potrero Del Sol Skatepark in San Francisco. This is a day-camp for ages 7-15. It runs from 8 am – 3 pm, daily. This camp is the first week of August 2017.
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McInnis Park is located at 310 Smith Ranch Road in San Rafael. It’s open from 7 am to 8 pm during the summer, 7 am to 7 pm during the spring and fall, and 8 am to 5 pm during the winter. Check the Marin County Parks website for exact dates and times.
To get there, take Highway 101 to the Lucas Valley/Smith Ranch Road exit north of San Rafael. Head east onto Smith Ranch Road and follow the road until you enter McInnis Park. Park admission and parking are free.
Food is available at the McInnis Park Club Restaurant at the Golf Center, and the Patio Cafe snack bar. The park also has a picnic area with charcoal grills, and there are picnic tables at the skate park and the Las Gallinas WIldlife Ponds
Restrooms and drinking fountains are located near the soccer fields, at the Golf Center, and near the skate park.
Marin County is well known for its natural beauty, liberal politics, and affluence. In May 2009, Marin County had the fifth highest income per capita in the United States at about $91,480. The county is governed by the Marin County Board of Supervisors.
The San Rafael skatepark is located behind the tennis courts at the John F. McInnis County Park: 310 Smith Ranch Road. This 25,000-square-foot skate park is made from cement for skateboarders to enjoy. Skateboarders and in-line skaters enjoy the large bowl that allows room for groups to skate together. The McInnis Park offers free parking, benches and bathrooms located nearby to the skating areas.
Distance from Sausalito: 9 miles
Notes: This free skate park is open daily until dusk.
The park is nestled along the shore of the San Pablo Bay. The road through the park offers beautiful views of the waterfront. Features include an extensive intertidal salt marsh, meadow, and oak habitats. There is a variety of wildlife, including deer, squirrels, coyote, fox, bats, and numerous birds. The California clapper rail and the salt marsh harvest mouse are endangered species that live in the marsh areas of the park.
Campers can enjoy wildlife-watching, mountain biking, hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, swimming, boating (small vessels) and windsurfing at the park.