China Camp State Park was once the site of a thriving fishing village on San Pablo Bay. Today, you can visit the historic remains of the village and also 1,640 acres of natural watershed along the shores of San Francisco Bay. The park features extensive inter-tidal, salt marsh, meadow and oak habitats that are home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, squirrels and numerous birds. Visitors not only enjoy wildlife-watching, but also hiking, swimming, boating and windsurfing. The park has some of the best weather in the San Francisco Bay Area, with an average of more than 200 fog-free days per year.
China Camp State Park Black Ranch Meadows Campground has 31 walk-in tent-only campsites and 1 group site.