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We walked up to Lake Marie, it took a couple of hours, but we were in no real hurry. There are plenty of picnic areas along the way, and lots of wildlife. We didn't see any mountain lions or coyotes, but lots of deer, squirrels,...More
This was our first overnighter in a rented RV after leaving San Francisco, and purely a handy stop to visit the Napa valley vineyards and villages. So cannot comment on the trails and the park itself (would have loved to spend longer there, but had...More
Stayed here but didn't use the trails. Wonderful free showers. Very inexpensive, compared to other places closer to the Russian River. With more time, we would have used the hiking trails. Napa Valley nearby with many different wineries. Perfect stargazing at night.
What a lovely collection of hiking trails climbing up to the south-east of Napa we did the Skyline up to the lake linking several trails to make a seven-mile circular which took us a little less than three hours allowing for photo stops. Great place....More
We were interested in taking a short hike in an area that was nearby. We were staying in Napa in the Alta Heights neighborhood. The park was less than a 10 minute drive from our location. The day use fee for the park was $5,...More
Hi, we walked it in June just gone and there was a lot of poisoned oak, some of it creeping onto, and leaning over, the trails. We used sticks we picked up on the way to move it to one side. There are also ticks, so take... More
Hi, we walked it in June just gone and there was a lot of poisoned oak, some of it creeping onto, and leaning over, the trails. We used sticks we picked up on the way to move it to one side. There are also ticks, so take care not to brush against anything which they could be sitting on. We walked a lot in our two weeks and almost every trail had poison ivy. My advice would be to take a stick so you can push it back. I have no idea whether the growth dies back later in the year or is more abundant.