A trip to Napa Valley, California isn’t just for luxury travelers and wine aficionados. With two campgrounds located on either end of the valley, California’s most famous wineries are accessible for tent campers and RVers planning a wine country getaway.
From bike tours and hiking trails to casual wineries and inexpensive restaurants, the Napa Valley offers outdoor adventures and camping for wine loving campers. This is your travel guide to camping Napa.
Napa Valley Camping Information
Bothe Napa Valley State Park is located on the north end of Napa Valley between the towns of Saint Helena and Calistoga. The park is nestled on the western hillside and offers great shaded campsites. The winter can be quite cool in the canyon, while the summers can be very hot.
There are more than 50 standard campsites at Bothe Napa, including walk-in campsites, a group campsite, and three yurts, which sleep a maximum of six people. There aren’t hookups at any of the campsites, though RVs and trailers up to 31 feet are welcome at family campsites. There are two bathroom locations with hot water quarter showers. Tent campers will love the campsites on the creek. Recommended tent camping spots are 41, 43, 45, 47, and 49. RVs and trailers will need bigger spots like 25, 38, 40, 42, and 44.