Wineries, grassy knolls, and tranquil woods surround Napa—the heart of wine country.
Vineyards and wineries aren't the only reason to visit Napa Valley. Meandering rivers, rolling hills, and year-round sunshine make Napa a true natural paradise. Camping here means soaking in the best of California wine country. Not to mention exploring some of the most enchanting trails north of San Francisco.
Just outside the town of Napa, Skyline Wilderness Park is a local favorite. Set up camp at the campground, or explore winding trails by hiking, horseback riding, or biking.
Not far from St. Helena, Bothe-Napa Valley State Park is a wilderness haven in the heart of the valley with its hiking trails and a spring-fed swimming pool. If you're looking for a place to spend the night, RV sites, tent camping, restored cabins, and yurts are a few options at Napa Valley State Park.
Want to enjoy the water? Set sail for Lake Berryessa. The vast reservoir offers boating, kayaking, and camping on the lake shore. About an hour's drive from Napa, Calistoga gives you even more ways to enjoy the outdoors. Gawk at the sweeping Napa Valley views from the mountain trails at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park
Around Napa, year-round private campgrounds and RV parks abound. Many boast camper comforts such as swimming pools, free WiFi, and picnic tables. Looking to glamp on your trip to Napa? Luxury yurts, cabins, and vintage Airstream trailers put you steps away from wineries and rolling meadows.
If you're itching for more adventure, take a kayak trip down the Napa River. You can also bike the Napa Valley Vine Trail for beautiful vineyard views. Other things to do include golfing and wine tasting at one of 400 local wineries.
Summers here are warmer than neighboring Sonoma County, so be sure to pack light clothing. While each season has its charms, any time of year is a great time to visit Napa Valley.