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Alston Park, Napa
(4.2/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Alston Park's land is permanently preserved by a City of Napa conservation agreement. It welcomes dogs and only asks that owners keep dogs on leashes no longer than 6' long in designated areas and clean up after their pets. Off-leash areas are available for animal and owner socialization in the Alston Park Canine Commons.

Hours: Sunrise to sunset

Parking: Free lot

Services: Restrooms

Restrictions: No fires
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TripAdvisor
  • This is by and large a dog park - lots of dogs (off leash) with owners - no problems with that and there were some other hikers but mostly dog-walkers. Dusty and dry! 
  • In the past we traveled with our Yorkie Nicki and brought her to the park every morning to walk. She loved the park and loved walking, she is walking all the parks in heaven now. We sprinkled some of ...  more »
  • My dogs love coming to alston. The main area is off leash and they love running around. I believe the park is around 60 acres and has an on leash area on the back side that is a beautiful walk where y...  more »
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  • Great place to enjoy nature, relax, hike, walk or even take your dog (on a leash or off leash in the designated dog area).
  • Great place to go for a run or walk your dog. Either way, its a beautiful way to look out over Napa Valley.
  • Great hiking. Some flat areas mixed in with rolling hills. Views of Napa Valley abound. Park surrounded by vinyards. Picturesque when balloons landing all around you.
  • Pretty views of west Napa, low hills with good trails. There is a picnic table upbeat the top, a few benches. downside is that the adjacent dog park sometimes stinks, and there are occasional loose dogs with bad manners in the main part of the park.
  • It is the best place to walk dogs off leash. It has great views of the Napa Valley and everyone using the park are the nicest people. Responsible and kind. Even the other dogs are laid back and well behaved.