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The Napa Valley has a number of parks where you can picnic, hike parks, play baseball, soccer, volleyball, play golf and more as well as Campgrounds and RV Parks,  Because most of Napa Valley is privately owned hiking and camping is limited.

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A recreational vehicle park (RV park) or caravan park is the equivalent of a hotel for people with recreational vehicles. They provide a place to park the vehicle for overnight or several days. They are also referred to as campgrounds, though a true campground also provides facilities for tent camping; many facilities calling themselves "RV parks" also offer tent camping or cabins with limited facilities.

Camping describes a wide range of activities. Survivalist campers set off with little more than their boots, whereas recreational vehicle travelers arrive equipped with their own electricity, heat, and patio furniture. Camping may be an end unto itself, but often it is done in conjunction with other activities, such as hiking, swimming, fishing and binge drinking. It may be combined with hiking either as backpacking or as a series of day hikes from a central location.








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Alston Park dot.JPG (1111 bytes) Photo gallery of Westwood Hills Park  Walking Trails
157 acres. Hiking, Bicycling, Horse riding. Picnic areas and Portable restrooms at entrance. Also a dog park area and area for dogs to get around without a leash.
Dry Creek Rd and Trower, Napa Ca.94558
Info: 707 257-9529
Bale Grist Mill  Photo gallery of Westwood Hills Park photos
Built in 1846 this old mill has restored to operating condition. Tours and demonstrations at the mill on weekends. Watch the mill (wooden waterwheel and big millstones) working to grind grain to produce stone ground flour. Educational and Fun for the whole family. Limited picnic facilities
3369 North Saint Helena Highway (Hwy 29) St. Helena CA 94574  About ten minutes south of Calistoga on Highway 29/128. Three miles north of St. Helena Map
707 942-4575  Hours 10 am to 5 pm Open daily 
Historic Landmark  Built in 1846 
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park Photo gallery of Westwood Hills Park  Photos Great place to hike
2,000 acre park has excellent trails along Ritchey Creek and through beautiful redwood groves, 50 camping areas either near redwoods along the creek side $16 on the weekends, $15 during the week. Day use fees are $5.00 per car.
Campers/Motor Homes max. length: 31'  Trailers/Pop-Ups max. length: 24'
3801 St. Helena Hwy. North, St. Helena, CA 94574
3 miles south of Calistoga on Highway 29/128 Map
707 942-4575   800 444-7275  Book a Campsite Now
Coyote Peak Loop
Bothe Napa Valley State Park
five miles north of Saint Helena on Highway 29/128.
Ecology Reserve Loop 
Yountville Cross Road between Silverado Trail and Highway 29
Fern Springs Trail
White Sulphur Springs Resort, 707-963-8588
Fuller Park
10 acre park, 25 picnic tables, reserveable.  Monuments, plaques a fountain dot the park.
Jefferson Street at Oak Street Infor:707 257-9529

Kennedy Park
Just south of Napa Valley College on Highway 221
350 acres along the Napa River. 5 reserveable picnic areas, 18-hole Napa Golf Course,  softball, volleyball, soccer,  boat launching, hiking, children's playground, Pelusi Recreation building, reservable for private events.
Info:707 257-9529 Golf Course info: 707 255-4333

Playground Fantastico, Community-built playground
Old Sonoma Road at Freeway Drive, Napa
Office: 2425 Jefferson St, Napa, Ca 94558 707-253-3563 email

Pioneer Park  map
Cedar St (1/2 block N. of Lincoln Ave) Calistoga CA 707-942-2838
Ritchey Canyon Trail
3801 St. Helena Highway N., Calistoga, CA 94515
in Bothe-Napa Valley State Park  (707) 942-4575
Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
In 1880, the author of Treasure Island spent his honeymoon on the slopes of 4,343-foot Mount St. Helena. Today hikers climb the 5-mile trail to the Napa Valley mountainís summit for spectacular views of Mt. Shasta, Lassen Peak, and, on clear days, the Sierra Nevada.
Hwy 29, 7.5 mi NE of Calistoga (PM 45.5), then 1 mile on trail to site. 707 942-4575.  Historic Landmark
Skyline Wilderness Park, (All Facilities)
Picnic and barbecue areas, an RV park, and tent camping, 850 acre wilderness area, over 25 miles of trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use. Daily visitor's fee is $5.00 per vehicle for hiking and picnicking, $6.00 per vehicle for mountain bikes and horses. RV camping is $25-$27 per site, and tent sites $8.00.
2201 Imola Ave, Napa, CA 94559-3600 707 252-0481
Westwood Park dot.JPG (1111 bytes) Photo gallery of Westwood Hills Park Walking Trails
1st Street and Browns Valley Rd adjacent to Carolyn Parr Natural Museum
about one mile west of Highway 29
Napa City park- Heavily-wooded.  3 miles of beautiful trails and city views. Benches, picnic tables.

3107 Browns Valley Rd, Napa Ca 94558
Info 707 257-9529

Yountville Park
Washington Street across from the Napa Valley Lodge
Picnics, Kids Park with play equipment.
Info: 707 944-8851

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