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Skyline Wilderness Park, Napa

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Where to stay in Napa

To explore North America's largest wine-growing region and remain close to fine dining and shopping, consider staying at a bed and breakfast located in downtown Napa. Many centrally located inns offer spacious rooms with fireplaces, free Wi-Fi, and on-site swimming pools. If you don't mind splurging, consider staying at one of the wine valley's lavishly furnished villas, many of which feature private lakes and access to a network of scenic hiking trails. You can also go all out at a luxury resort located in a picturesque vineyard setting.
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  • When we first arrive in an area we like to understand the landscape and a hike at Skyline was perfect. We first walked through the native plant garden which was divided into thematic areas. We learned...  more »
  • The trails are a little rough and a good incline. bring water and snacks, and definitely use a bathroom before you go. It was a great day out, and the views were nice.  more »
  • We had the full hook up for our camper. Clean, well maintained with the quiet time from 10PM - 8AM well respected. Lovely trails. Dog friendly inside campground with a "dog park" area. No fires but th...  more »
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  • This place sucks! If you want to camp, drive a little further. They will place RVs and families next to a 150 person weekend long event. If you want to use their clubhouse for an event they'll say you're good to go then try to cancel you AT THE LAST SECOND. The "lady" that's supposed to be in charge has NO CLUE what customer service is, none at all. I'd give this dump zero stars if it was allowed
  • $5 enterence fee. Decent place for hiking. Scenic. The entire hike is uphill from the parking area, as the park sits on a hillside. Plenty of elevation gain, however it isn't necessarily steep. It's gradual. They have the trails well maintained and marked for fairly easy navigation.
  • First off, once we got settled in, everything was fine and without issue. We camped in a full hookups sure for several nights. Getting to that point was a bit if a challenge. There are several mixed reviews on here about the staff. My experience was very mixed as well. I mainly worked with two people over various phone calls. One was very polite and organized and I never had a problem. The other was a bit rude/short and nothing ever seemed to work out right. My husband called several months in advance and made a reservation. I called at the beginning of our trip and they didn't have our reservation in their system. Luckily they still had vacancies and we were able to get a spot. When I called back later with a closer eta, they informed me that we were arriving too late and would need to find somewhere else to stay for the night. Also, we couldn't check in until 1 the following day, even though we had a reservation for the previous night. After all of that though, we showed up the next morning before the check-in time and we were able to get in and get settled so it all worked out in the end.
  • Absolutely love this place. My husband and I stay here during Bottlerock. We hike the trails in the mornings, walk to the Bottlerock venue, and even walk back at night. We love it. Looking forward to returning in July.
  • Lovely nature hike. It was a bit muddy from the rain but the four hiking trails were nice and a breath of fresh air. They also have a few bike trails and a horse area. Make sure to bring your own water bottle as there's no concession stand.