Napa Valley is home to a number of wonderful campgrounds to tent or RV camp.
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Camping, Campsites, Day Use and Hiking
Anderson Marsh State Historic Park -- Day-use
north of Calistoga on Highway 53,
Located between Lower Lake and Clear Lake on Highway 53, the park is popular for bird watching, hiking and picnicking. Also, the Anderson Ranch House displays some of the archeological finds of Native American artifacts--some dating back as much as 10,000 years.
Annadel State Park -- Day-use
6201 Channel Drive, Santa Rosa, CA (707) 539-3911
Located east of Santa Rosa on Channel Drive via Montgomery Drive, the park has 35 miles of trails and fire roads--making it a popular destination for hikers, walkers, cyclists, and equestrians.
Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park -- Day-use
St. Helena on Highway 29 (707) 963-2236
Located three miles north of St. Helena on Highway 29, the water-powered grist mill was built in 1846 to ground corn and wheat into meal or flour. A trail connects the historic park to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park.
Bencia Capitol State Historic Park -- Day-use
Benicia, CA (707) 745-3385
Located at 115 West G Street in Benicia, it is the last surviving pre-Sacramento capitol. The building is furnished with reconstructed period furnishings and exhibits. The park is popular for cycling, running, walking, roller skating, picnicking, bird watching, and fishing.
Bothe-Napa Valley State Historic Park -- Camping
St. Helena, CA (707) 942-4575
Located 5 miles north of St. Helena, the park's 2000 acres is ideal for walking and hiking. Some of the more popular trails lead to nearby Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park and a grove of redwoods. Also, a horseback riding concession operates out of the park during summer and fall.
1435 North Oak Street, Calistoga, CA (707) 942-5111
Located on the Napa County Fairgrounds with views of Mount St. Helena, the Calistoga Campground is within walking distance of downtown Calistoga.
7600 Knoxville Rd., Lake Berryessa, CA
Clear Lake State Park -- Camping
Kelseyville, California 95451 (707) 279-4293
The entrance to the park is 3.5 miles northeast of Kelseyville on Soda Bay Road, north of Calistoga in the wine country. The area is popular for swimming, fishing, boating, and water-skiing.
Foothill Pines Spanish Flat – Closed for 2010
4290 Knoxville Rd., Lake Berryessa, CA
Jack London State Historic Park -- Day-use
2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen (707) 938-5216
Located just 20 minutes north of Sonoma at 2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen, the 800-acre park still contains the cottage residence where Jack London wrote and also oversaw his various business enterprises. The park now lends itself to casual day walks, hikes and bicycling. Also, a summer horseback riding concession is available. For those wishing to camp can do so at the nearby Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.
Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park -- Day-use
Petaluma, CA (707) 762-4871
Located on the east edge of Petaluma, the park's main residence was once owned by General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo who was one of the most powerful men in the Mexican Province of California from 1834 to 1846. The adobe contains authentic furniture and exhibits that depict early rancho life.
Pleasure Cove Resort -- Camping
6100 Hwy. 128, Lake Berryessa, CA (707) 966.2172
Pleasure Cove Marina offers houseboat and powerboat rentals on Lake Berryessa in California's Napa Valley. Easy online reservations.
Robert Louis Stevenson State Park -- Day-use
Located seven miles north of Calistoga on Highway 29 (707) 942-4575
The park features a five-mile hike to the top of Mt. St. Helena. Along the hike, hikers will travel through evergreen forests and chaparral. And when they reach the top of the mountain, they will enjoy views of much of the Bay Area.
Sonoma State Historic Park -- Day-use
20 E Spain St., Sonoma, CA
Located at 20 E Spain St., Sonoma, the park contains Mission San Francisco de Solano (circa 1823). It is one of the original 21 missions in California. Visitors can walk through the streets that surround the town’s historic plaza, and visit over a dozen buildings that were constructed between 1823 and 1855.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park -- Camping
2605 Adobe Canyon Rd. in Kenwood, CA (707) 833-5712
Located at 2605 Adobe Canyon Rd. in Kenwood, the park's 2,700 acres features 25 miles of trails for hiking and horseback riding. The headwaters of the Sonoma Creek running through the gorge and canyon have created many scenic rock outcroppings. A horseback riding concession operates year-round.
2201 Imola Avenue, Napa, CA (707) 252-0481
There are 39 spaces available in the park. 19 spaces with full hookups and 20 spaces with water and electricity only.
Tent camping area has space available for up to 20 tents that are available by special arrangement only
Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve -- Day-use
Guerneville, California 95446 (707) 869-2015
Located two miles north of Guernville on Armstrong Woods Road, the State Reserve contains a primeval forest that was saved from lumber harvesting in the 1870s by Colonel James Armstrong.
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