The Morning Breeze w/ Carolyn McArdle & Cort Johnson

The Morning Breeze w/ Carolyn McArdle & Cort Johnson

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Campers Must Now Enter A Lottery To Stay At This Bay Area Campground.

Camping in Yosemite Woods

Photo: Robert Holmes / Corbis Documentary / Getty Images

California has implemented its first lottery system for campsite reservations at a state park in the Bay Area after a bill that enacted changes to make it easier for campers to book a spot was signed into law earlier this year.

The highly sought after Steep Ravine Cabins at Mount Tamalpais State Park, about 20 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge, has implemented the pilot program, allowing people to apply for a free reservation drawing.

The drawing will free up spots for campers that would otherwise go unused and ensure equitable access to coveted sites.

The Steep Ravine Cabins have long been a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts looking to experience a unique camping experience.

The storied structures are perched on the western edge of Mount Tamalpais and overlook the park’s coastal bluffs. Each cabin has a small wood stove, picnic table, sleeping platforms and an outdoor barbeque.

The dates for stays through the pilot begin in the summer of next year.

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