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Napa Valley, California Hiking and Nature Walks

Napa Valley Hiking & Nature Walks

Napa Valley is home to a number of wonderful areas that are perfect for hiking and nature walks. 

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Best Hikes on Napa Valley Peninsula

Alston Park

2037 Dry Creek Rd., Napa, CA     (707) 257-9529

The 157 acre open space park is has multiuse trails for bicycling, horseback riding and hiking. 

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.

Calistoga Pack Goats Hiking Tours

(707) 942-5504

Getaway Adventures

2228 Northpoint Pkwy Santa Rosa, CA   (800) 499-2453

We offer bicycling, kayaking, hiking and van tours in both Sonoma and Napa counties. We operate 7 days a week and offer several tour options daily.

Kennedy Park

Streblow Dr., along the Napa River, Napa, CA     (707) 257-9529 .

This 350-acre park includes 15 acres for picnicking with six picnic areas that can be reserved . The park has some nice trails for easy hikes and leisurely walks.

Mount St. Helena Stevenson Memorial Trail

Trailhead is in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park – North of Calistoga

The best view of the wine country is from the top of 4,343-foot Mt. Saint Helena, reached by a five mile trail that winds through stands of knobcone pine to deliver summit panoramas of not only Napa Valley but the High Sierra and San Francisco Bay as well.   The 10 mile trail starts easy and gets very strenuous.

Oat Hill Mine Trailhead

This multiuse trail is perfect for experienced mountain bikers and hikers.  It is a rustic trail, with no regular maintenance, so during winter months it gets very messy! The trail is 9 miles round trip and has some very steep climbs – making it something that only experience bikers and hikers should attempt.

Oxbow Preserve Restoration Project

McKenzie Drive just off the Silverado Trail, Napa, CA  

A great location for easy day hikes and leisurely walking.

Skyline Wilderness Park

2201 Imola Avenue, Napa, CA     (707) 252-0481‎

The Wilderness Park has many multiuse trails (hiking, biking, and horseback riding) that very in length and required experience and physical ability. 

Westwood Hills Park

3107 Browns Valley Rd., Napa, CA      (707) 257-9529

Westwood Hills Park is a heavily-wooded Napa City park. The park provides three miles of trails through beautiful groves of oak trees and grassy meadows, and affords expansive views of the city. The park includes benches and picnic tables near the parking lot and along the trails. The non-profit Napa Valley Naturalists operate the Carolyn Parr Nature Museum near the parking lot at the park. The Center's exhibits depict the plants and animals found in Napa County's five different habitats. There's also a children's nature library, "hands-on" corner of skins, nests and bones, and an extensive nature reference library. The Center is open year-round on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-4 pm. During the summer it is open Tuesday-Sunday at the same hours.



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