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Trip Planner: USA / California / Napa Valley / Napa / Skyline Wilderness Park
Skyline Park is currently open for the lower 50 acres only for camping, Martha Walker Garden, Horse Arenas and Disc Golf Lower 9 Hole.Plan your Skyline Wilderness Park visit and explore what else you can see and do in Napa using our Napa travel route planner.
ALL TRAILS are Closed until we can make them safe.
Skyline Wilderness Park reviews
Nice hike but as I found out today no dogs allowed. Contradictory to the sign just a cross the road from the entrance stating dogs on leash are allowed.
Nice hike but as I found out today no dogs allowed. Contradictory to the sign just a cross the road from the entrance stating dogs on leash are allowed. more »
DO NOT PAY WITH A CREDIT CARD. I visited the park for a day and really enjoyed it. I paid the entrance fee with my credit card and I have now been charged 3 more 2 months later. I was told that...
DO NOT PAY WITH A CREDIT CARD. I visited the park for a day and really enjoyed it. I paid the entrance fee with my credit card and I have now been charged 3 more 2 months later. I was told that... more »
Our mornings had some open time and I wanted to hike. This park is listed as the premier hike on AllTrails and it is easy to understand why. While the hike in the mountain chaparral oak forest was..... more
Our mornings had some open time and I wanted to hike. This park is listed as the premier hike on AllTrails and it is easy to understand why. While the hike in the mountain chaparral oak forest was..... more »
Excellent equestrian facilities. Round pen, good footing, arena, obstacle course, trails, mounting block, covered communal group picnic area, and fire pit there. There are 3 sites with 2 very sturdy 12x16 corrals, and 6 sites where you can high line your horses. Park personnel constantly drive back and forth, and road noise is prevalent. Trailhead next to horse area. Wheelbarrows are available with an area to dump ( no lifting into dumpsters). Personnel friendly and helpful. Wash rack w mats w secure corral panels on 3 sides.
This review is just for the hiking aspect. There seems to be a ton of activities (picnics, Frisbee course, etc.). Parking is $6. Hike: Skyline Trail -> Thatcher Rim Trail -> Manzanita Trail The hike in the first mile is a steady uphill climb, so be prepared for that. It really eases up past this part, all the way until you hit the lake (which isn't really a lake...). Now, if you decide to do the Thatcher Rim Trail from here, I would read the following: The climb is steep at parts and requires a good amount of balance. The trails are narrow, and there is minimal shade. When you are finally climbing down, you are hit with about 3 trees that block the trail at various points. Some of these are manageable, but the third one (pretty far into the loop) is significant. You will have to go off trailing to get back - you can not climb past these trees. This might have been due to the heavy rain that fell last month, so that's the context. All that being said, you are awarded with an. amazing view (I imagine, it was foggy when I went). I greatly enjoyed this hike, despite these setbacks. Overall, a great hike. If you want something light, just do the Manzanita trail.
Spent 3 hours hiking the Skyline trail. Beautiful views of Napa with a moderate rated trail with a climb of about 1300+ feet elevation.With all the rain lately, the streams were hopping and the trails were a hit muddy, so be careful and don't slip and slide!
We spent about an hour hiking the skyline trail. We went in the morning to avoid the heat, which I highly recommend. The trail is mostly in the shade early in the day. Great views with some wildlife - saw deer, lizards, squirrels
This was our first sleepover official camp site with toddlers who are 2 and 3 years old. There were a lot of stuff to explore like hidden garden, horse camp, and hiking trails. The best part was probably clean bathroom and accessibility to the city with little kids.
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