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The 20 best camping spots near Napa, California.

Don't let the grapes have all the fun! Soak up the warm California sunshine while enjoying picnics, swimming holes and more in Napa Valley.

Old Tennis Court Yurt Camp
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1. Old Tennis Court Yurt Camp

100% Recommend (20 Responses)

Spring is soooo green at the Preserve. Sure, there's still a chance of rain, but more and more it's the showery storms with awesome clouds piled...

Nic
Nic: The Old Tennis Court Yurt was excellent and is definitely somewhere I will be coming back to. The Mare Island Reserve is...
57 Saves
Creekside Camp
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2. Creekside Camp

94% Recommend (86 Responses)

NOTE: During the wet, winter months, these spots get muddy and cars can get stuck. Unless you have 4WD, we do not recommend staying here until the...

Jarrett
Jarrett: This was a great getaway from the city! We really enjoyed the ranch and our campsite. The owners are great and were more than...
487 Saves
Napa is famous for its world-renowned wineries, making it a popular destination for all. If a wine country weekend is on your bucket list, why not spend a night under the stars like the grapes do? Whether you're looking for a primitive tent site or an RV spot, Napa camping has something for everyone. For proximity to downtown, head to Napa Valley Expo RV Park, with amenities Read more...
Napa is famous for its world-renowned wineries, making it a popular destination for all. If a wine country weekend is on your bucket list, why not spend a night under the stars like the grapes do? Whether you're looking for a primitive tent site or an RV spot, Napa camping has something for everyone. For proximity to downtown, head to Napa Valley Expo RV Park, with amenities like water, sewer, electrical hookups and free Wi-Fi. Skyline Wilderness Park offers disc golf and archery in addition to trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, or book a campsite at Bothe-Napa Valley State Park. For the birders in your group, they'll have fun searching for six different kinds of woodpecker that call this park home, and there's even access to a swimming pool, so you'll have no trouble cooling off from the California heat. Napa Valley is one of the best locations around for prime yurt, cabin and farm camping. Many bookable retreats and private locations offer beautiful, secluded landscapes and comfortable lodging. Pack up a picnic, grab some wine, and enjoy all that Napa has to offer.
Redwood Camp
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3. Redwood Camp

97% Recommend (89 Responses)

NOTE: During the wet, winter months, the farm road down to these spots can get slippery and you really need 4WD to access them. During times of...

Laura
Laura: This is a gem of a campsite. The road getting down to the valley could be rough, but walking in would take maybe 10 minutes if...
905 Saves
Camp Midgard
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4. Camp Midgard

86% Recommend (40 Responses)

Pitch your tent off Calistoga Rd. connecting Sonoma with Napa, and you'll have perfect access to the two best wine areas in the country. With 46...

Jay
Jay: I had an awesome stay at Odin Wines! I ended up arriving later then expected but was able to briefly meet Henrik to be shown...
133 Saves
The name "Napa" is said to derive from a southern Patwin village, one of the original Native American tribes in the region.
Bullfrog Pond Campground
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5. Bullfrog Pond Campground

92% Recommend (395 Responses)

Bullfrog Pond Campground, located in Austin Creek State Recreation Area and operated by Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods, is nestled atop rolling...

Katie
Katie: Fantastic campground! Some campsites are closers to each other, some more private. Note that sites 1-20 are shaded in the...
537 Saves
Enchanted Forest Yurt
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6. Enchanted Forest Yurt

100% Recommend (21 Responses)

Glamping at its' finest! Isolated on a hilltop overlooking the bucolic Coleman Valley, this secluded 24 foot diameter Pacific Yurt is situated...

Steph
Steph: The yurt was such a treat! Extremely well equipped and conveniently laid out. We comfortably fit 5 people in there. The couch...
147 Saves
Napa Valley is said to have a Mediterranean climate, characterized by dry summers and mild, moist winters.
Eagle's Nest Treehouse Farmstay
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7. Eagle's Nest Treehouse Farmstay

98% Recommend (66 Responses)

The Eagle's Nest Treehouse Farm Stay combines a wilderness experience, sumptuous old growth redwoods, but the comforts of a guest house, with...

Alyssa
Alyssa: The Eagle's Nest is a magical place. Perched high in the trees, this is an amazing place to relax, recharge and reconnect...
720 Saves
Treehouse Magic Grove
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8. Treehouse Magic Grove

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

In a lovely eucalyptus grove, nestled securely 30 feet up in multi-trunked 110 ft. tree. Deck, artisticly appointed cabin, cozy queen bed, luxury...

Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this property. It’s only an hour drive from...
100 Saves
Wild grapes thrived in the early days of Napa Valley, but settler George Calvert Yount was the first to cultivate wine grapes back in 1839.
Hobbit Cobin
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9. Hobbit Cobin

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

Come experience the Hobbit Cobin! A hand sculpted hut built out of Earth, with a living roof, earthen walls, shower & kitchenette. Located on...

Natasha
Natasha: I had a wonderful stay here at the Hobbit Cobin with my boyfriend for a quiet weekend stay-cation. The city of Petaluma was a...
68 Saves
Camp Taylor Area

10. Camp Taylor Area

95% Recommend (30 Responses)

When it comes to camping at Samuel P Taylor, this is really the main event. More than 50 campsites with restrooms, hot pay showers and piped...

Alex
Alex: Sites 2-17 all have a frustratingly clear view of the major roadway Frances Drake Blvd, would recommend staying away if you're...
102 Saves
Napa Valley only spans 30 miles long and 5 miles wide but is home to over 500 wineries.
Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio
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11. Treehouse at Swallowtail Studio

100% Recommend (5 Responses)

Nestled securely in a majestic multi-trunked 110 ft. eucalyptus tree is our romantic, magical and peaceful multi-leveled Tree House. Spacious...

Madison
Madison: I don’t typically use the word “magical,” but there’s no better word to describe this property. It’s only an hour drive from...
81 Saves
Geodesic Dome - West Sebastopol
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12. Geodesic Dome - West Sebastopol

100% Recommend (13 Responses)

We have a geodesic dome that looks out onto a tiny pond. Unique, cozy and peaceful. There are two cots for sleeping, but please bring your own...

Kiran
Kiran: A night’s stay in this clean and cozy dome was just what I needed! The inside includes: hardwood floor, two cots, pillows,...
194 Saves
Whiskey Ranch
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13. Whiskey Ranch

96% Recommend (26 Responses)

Glamping in the Tee Pee style canvas Bell Tent I brought to Burning Man. It is equipped with a memory foam queen bed, couch, rugs, string lights...

Sabrina
Sabrina: Whiskey ranch is perfect for animal lovers looking for an amazing glamping experience! My boyfriend and I spent one night at...
293 Saves
Bodega Dunes Campground

14. Bodega Dunes Campground

100% Recommend (24 Responses)

Wow. . . this place is HUGE! It’s an ok spread of sites and you will get some privacy, but you will also most likely see/hear your neighbors. You...

Bryn
Bryn: Some of these campsites are super cool and some are average. Plan to get there early in the day so you have your choice. Either...
90 Saves
Hogback Site
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15. Hogback Site

100% Recommend (16 Responses)

Located along the hogback of the Chanslor vista, overlooking the valley toward the mountain. Fireplace and picnic table. Near the Rocky Hilltop...

Debra
Debra: Breath taking views in all directions. Secluded sight in the heart of Bodega Bay. We will be back.
44 Saves
Steep Ravine Cabins and Campground

16. Steep Ravine Cabins and Campground

95% Recommend (21 Responses)

Get in on a little secret that lies just across the Golden Gate Bridge for Mount Tamalpais camping. Let us introduce you to the elusive Steep...

Ryan
Ryan: -Cabins 7/8 closest to water. -Has cell service there so it's good for coordinating groups, can still get your 'grams in, but...
913 Saves
Angel Island Campground

17. Angel Island Campground

95% Recommend (19 Responses)

Find serenity and adventure just a quick jaunt from San Francisco with a night of camping at Angel Island State Park. Begin your Angel Island...

Julie
Julie: After living in SF for over 4 years, I finally made it to Angel Island... on a Wednesday! Booking a site on the weekend can be...
200 Saves
Coast Camp

18. Coast Camp

100% Recommend (14 Responses)

Coast Camp is…. well it’s by the coast (this is a good thing). The camp is nestled in a wide open grassy valley and is a very short distance (about...

Kiran
Kiran: Remember that this is a hike-in site, so you'll be a couple miles away from your car. Pack really only what you need or the...
66 Saves
Wildcat Camp

19. Wildcat Camp

100% Recommend (13 Responses)

It sure is nice to be so dang close to the ocean! Wildcat Camp is located in an open meadow that is just a hop, skip and jump away from the mighty...

Oshie
Oshie: Sites 1-3AB are most exposed to neighbors but closest to bathroom. Sites 5-7 are the small but offers the most seclusion.
283 Saves
Tomales Bay

20. Tomales Bay

100% Recommend (13 Responses)

Ever wanted to kayak into a remote campground? Here is your chance! Tomales Bay is. . . well it’s awesome. If you’re wanting to camp here, you must...

Sasha
Sasha: Definitely make sure you leave early in the day. The wind picks up around noon, which (if you're paddling into it) can make...
229 Saves