The Dunn-Wildlake Preserve is comprised of 3,030 acres of land with stunning visual rocky outcrops, pine and Douglas fir forests, oak woodland and chaparral.
The property includes four miles of ridgeline in the Howell Mountain plateau between Calistoga and Angwin along with the headwaters of Bell Canyon Creek, the City of St. Helena’s water supply.
The Land Trust has been hosting public access orientation sessions for our Dunn-Wildlake Preserve since June 2013. Portions are now accessible to hiking and biking for individuals who have completed an orientation. For more information, please visit our Wildlake Public Access page.