Hike the Terrain in Wine Country—The Best Way to See Napa Valley
Soak in the splendor of Napa Valley during an explorative hike through its rolling terrain. From a nature stroll to a challenging hike, experience every bit of natural beauty that wine country has to offer. Some visitors to Napa Valley believe that hiking in the valley brings them closer to what nurtures our world famous grapes and they can actually smell the sweet scent of budding vines. Take advantage of some these magnificent trails:
- Bale Grist Mill State Historical Park: Once the social center for early settlers in Napa Valley, this wide-open park offers numerous trails and picnic facilities. The original 36 foot restored water mill is a historical tourist attraction, drawing crowds year round.
- Bothe-Napa Valley State Park: Deep in the heart of wine country, visitors can enjoy swimming, hiking trails and even camping.
- Robert Luis Stevenson State Park: True romantics can spend time at this park by following in the footsteps of author Robert Louis Stevenson, who spent his honeymoon (in 1880) at this site. The park offers challenging hiking trails and awesome canyons.
- Alston Park: Some of the best hiking in Napa Valley is done in Alston Park. From its gorgeous plum trees to its winding creek; Alston Park is a hiker’s paradise.
After a long day of hiking and recreation, sink into comfort at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites. We offer inviting, affordable accommodations for any recreation seeker visiting Napa Valley. Call us today at Napa Valley Hotel and Suites–707-226-1871.