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It was a great time! Stayed at site 7, well separated from everyone else. Room to set up two average sized tents. Rock ground, not very soft. Very hot outside, cooled down at night enough to make sleeping comfortable. Drove up to the peak at 7am before it opened to the public and we had the whole…
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This place is magical. We rode our bikes around the vineyards and enjoyed every single moment. Would come back next time for sure.
We are beginning our search for a place to camp using a tent and driving in with car. We are looking for running water and bathroom use. This place so far is right. Will be continued....
This park is close to downtown Napa and the wineries but feels like it’s out further. It has nice hiking with beautiful views of the vineyards and the city of Napa. The park itself, however, could use a little TLC. ￼ The restrooms and showers are clean and well-maintained but there are only four…
Idyllic campsites along a creek under the trees. Sites are close together but don’t feel crowded. Good spots for tents. Restrooms are individual, clean and better than usual for state parks. There is a swimming pool, although I didn’t use it. Close to a town, if you should need something. An easy…
Super close to everyone. Also weird how many Porta-podies right across every site. Lots of people. Kinda expensive.
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Most spots are pull throughs with full hookups. Trash and recycling pick up every couple of days. Short walk (~10-15mins) to get to restaurants and wineries downtown as well as the Napa Valley Vine Trail for running/cycling. The expo center is being used as a COVID testing center as well as a food…
We stayed in the spur of the campground, the views to the front of us were amazing! Then right behind us there was an incredible never ending hill covered in ferns and tall trees, and grey fox dens because we had a gorgeous one visit our camp! We had a ton of shade and enough sun to warm up, it was…
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Great family campground with many trails around. Very clean amenities, great park rangers. All sites have a fire ring and picnic table. Definitely recommend!
Make sure you are prepared for the temperature swing. 89 in the day and down to 51 at night. I love a shower and they also have a pool open Memorial Day to Labor Day. Pick a spot in the shade of possible. I really enjoyed this campground.
Excellent facilities, stunning location, great hiking. Spot 20 is secluded, choose wisely here! One of the few sites I've wanted nothing more than just stay and hang.
I drove to this area, telephoned, and Emailed the resort without any response. The resort is quite lovely, surrounded by trees and nature. It appears this campground is closed.
This happened to be the closest place to stop when I needed to rest one night on a coastal trip; as a 60-something wildlife specialist, I'm not into motocross/ATVs, and would otherwise not have stopped here. It was very convenient, however, cheap, and surprisingly interesting, so this will probably…
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Not a very easy State Park to get reservations, but being persistent is do worth it. Was unable to get front-row beach view, but was still totally worth it for dog- walks.
I run and walk dogs there and love it but it's day use only.