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Didn’t know about the state park in Northern California wine country? It’s time you learn a bit about Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, located in the rolling hills of St. Helena. Once a private resort Read more...
Didn’t know about the state park in Northern California wine country? It’s time you learn a bit about Bothe-Napa Valley State Park, located in the rolling hills of St. Helena. 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 explore the local wineries. The park’s various trails pass through large patches of Coastal Redwoods, along with Douglas-Fir, Tanoak, and Madrone trees. On warmer days, you can cool off after your hike in the park’s spring-fed swimming pool. One extra special highlight of camping at Bothe-Napa Valley State Park is the unique yurt and restored cabin accommodations.
For tent or RV camping, reserve one of more than 40 campsites. Or try for one of nine walk-in campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Alternatives include 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? Give glamping a whirl 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. For all options, Check-in after 2 p.m. and check-out by noon.