Plan a Napa Valley, California Camping Trips

    Dogs are allowed in the campground on a leash, but they are not permitted on the trails or in the pool area. Dogs may not be left unattended and must be inside a vehicle or tent at night.A visitor’s center is located near the entrance of the park and is a great resource for area information and activities. A swimming pool and day use picnic area are located within the park, just past the campground.

    Reservations are recommended during summer months and can be made online.

    Read a campground review of the Bothe Napa Valley State Park campground.

    At the south end of the valley, near the town of Napa and the Stag’s Leap District, Skyline Wilderness Park also offers camping and RV sites with hookups.There are a number of multi-use trails in the park that are open to horses, hikers, and cyclists. Dogs are not allowed on trails at any time.

    Tent sites cost $25 per night and RV sites are $35. Reservations can be made by phone, (707) 252-0481, or in person on a first come first-served basis. No admittance is allowed in the park after kiosk closing time. Be sure to check the website for seasonal hours of operation.

    Wine Tasting in Napa Valley

    The Napa Valley is the most famous wine region in the United States. The area is known for big red wines like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and full-bodied whites like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Many tasting rooms are restricted to appointment only tastings by the county; This isn’t an elite practice, but a county permit to limit the number of tastings per day.

    Though Napa Valley is known for its highly rated and often expensive red wines, not all wineries are five-star. There are many tasting rooms that offer different flights for tasting, giving the taster an option to taste entry-level wines or the top tier. And there are plenty of casual tasting rooms where campers will be welcome.

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