Sometimes the thought of locking yourself in a cabin alone in the woods sounds kinda nice. And sometimes the thought of locking yourself in a cabin with your significant other and a couple bottles of wine sounds kinda nice. And still, other totally different times, the thought of locking yourself in a cabin with five of your friends and a 30-rack sounds kinda really freaking nice.
Whatever the reason, you’ll want to make sure you do it in one of these spots: the 10 best places to cabin near SF.
Amenities: Wood stoves, picnic tables, sleeping platforms, food lockers, outdoor BBQs, drinking water, nearby toilets, no pets allowed
How to book: On the first day of the month at 8am, slots open for the following six months -- visit this site to book, and prepare to be flexible.
Built in the 1940s, the eight cabins on this drop-dead gorgeous swath of Mt. Tam are pretty darn bare bones -- no showers, in-cabin toilets, or bed cushioning to speak of -- but their $75-per-night price tag might just make them the Bay Area’s least-expensive way to wake up indoors with an insanely amazing ocean view. Bonus: if you forget something, you’re only 20 minutes outside the city.