Public Parks & Trails
COVID-19 Parks & trails update:
We encourage Napa County residents to use parks and outdoor spaces to get outside for fresh air and exercise. Help us keep our public spaces open and available through responsible use during the mandated shelter in place order. Maintain a social distance of 6 ft or more and stay home if you are sick.
Please pay close attention to local guidance before heading outside as mandates may change.
Looking for a place to hike on short notice?
In addition to completing 144 conservation easements with private landowners across the county, the Land Trust has assisted a number of cities and other agencies to protect land for public use. By partnering with state and local agencies, the Land Trust has preserved more than 26,100 acres of beautiful open space, which are now public parks and recreational areas anyone can use.
These properties include Alston Park and Trancas Crossing Park, both owned by the city of Napa; large sections of Robert Louis Stevenson State Park; an addition to Bothe-Napa Valley State Park; the Jack and Bernice Newell Open Space Preserve and several areas owned by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Skyline Wilderness Park
Visit Skyline Wilderness Park for more information.
Westwood Hills Park
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
Visit Bothe-Napa Valley State Park for more information.
Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
Visit Robert Louis Stevenson State Park for more information.