Bothe-Napa Valley Campground

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About Bothe-Napa Valley Campground

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Once a private resort frequented by Bay Area elite from 1935-1959, Bothe-Napa Valley State Park camping is ideal for those looking to hike, swim, picnic, and perhaps even head out to explore the local wineries. For tent or RV camping, reserve one of 30 campsites. The park also offers nine walk-in campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis, one hike-n-bike site for Read more...

Once a private resort frequented by Bay Area elite from 1935-1959, Bothe-Napa Valley State Park camping is ideal for those looking to hike, swim, picnic, and perhaps even head out to explore the local wineries.For tent or RV camping, reserve one of 30 campsites. The park also offers nine walk-in campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis, one hike-n-bike site for travellers on the go, one group campsite for up to 30 people, and three 3 ADA accessible drive-in sites. Amenities include fire rings, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, and a swimming pool. Not sure you’re up for a night of tent or RV camping? Bothe-Napa Valley campground surely has something for you. Give glamping a go in one of the park’s yurts, each equipped with a queen-sized bed, two cots, a table and chairs, outdoor fire pit, picnic table, keyed entry, and nearby bathrooms and showers. Or, consider staying in one of the park’s restored historic cabins. Sleeping up to six people, the cabins offer natural gas heat, full kitchens with dishes and cooking equipment, a bathroom with shower, and a deck.

Fires are allowed
Potable water is available
Pets are not allowed
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 53
  • Phone: (707) 942-4575
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Tent Only, Tent, Vehicles & RVs, Cabins & Lodging

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Hipcamper Sasha

There's tons of poison oak in the park, which means there's tons around the campsite. If you have kids/pets, make sure you keep them close so they don't inadvertently run through it.

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Hipcamper Matthew

The hike over to the grist mill is well worth it; not too strenuous and really beautiful. Make sure that the grist mill is open so you can catch one of the free tours.

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Hipcamper Mailisha

$$$ for camping, but in such a sweet spot that it's worth it! BTW, just came up for a day hike here a few weeks ago and the poison oak is no joke. I've never seen so much before... Maybe because this time I was the "mom" and not the "kid." Totally different!

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Hipcamper Nate

There were 10 of us who reserved 4 of the yurts, and had a blast. They are clean, with one mattress and 2 cots per yurt. The bathrooms were clean, as were the showers. Overall, this park is well kept. It's enclosed by tress and keeps the park cool on the warmer days. There are also two vineyards within walking distance.

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Hipcamper Hedy

Bring a bike to explore the nearby wineries.
Beware of poison oak!

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Hipcamper Matthew

Try to get a reservation at one of the yurts, you will not be disappointed.

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Hipcamper Mailisha

We camped here for our "camping weekend wedding" and it was perfect. We didn't like the group site (too close to the road), so we just unofficially booked a few sites close to one another and had a blast. We're a quite, light-drinking crowd, so it was fine.

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Hipcamper Kelsey

Stayed in a yurt here over President's Day weekend; great location and awesome/unique camping experience. Highly recommend. Be sure to bring own bedding and lighting if you do the yurt stay. Can pick up firewood from the ranger.

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Hipcamper Shirtless host Steve

This is all you camper that know the Shirtless Host l will be coming back to California. Iam going to be at Bothe-Napa Valley starting in September. Stop in and say hi. This park will not disappoint you at all. It is in the middle of the Napa valley and more to do in just one weekend. So hope to see all my RV friends at this outstanding camp. See you all in September.
Happy Trials and remember that camping fun but family camping is more fun.
Your Shirtless host Steve

Hipcamper Shirtless host Steve

Report from your Shirtless Host on Bothe-Napa Valley State Park!
I was going to host at this park this winter! Will not this year!
I stopped in at the park the other to check it out what a park !! This is the park to stay at in the wine country Napa area!! It has everything that you would want !! Swimming pool, hiking trails Clean campsites bath rooms are well taken care of clean. The park has a lot of history and the people at the park know it will you and the kids can learn a lot from them!!
You are close to the shops so bring the family and friends and come to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park!!l will not see you this year but my be next year !
Don't pass this park up it is a must for camping! Put it on your list!
Shirtless Host Steve

Park
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
State
California
Phone Number
(707) 942-4575
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
38.552° N, 122.522° W
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