Whether the kids are on winter break, or you’re looking for an inexpensive getaway this holiday season, camping in Napa Valley can be the treat that your whole family is looking for. Camping is a popular pastime in the summer months, but it can be equally fun during the winter season. Especially when you camp in the beautiful Napa Valley, you can enjoy mild temperatures and a panoramic view of the gorgeous mountains and coastal redwoods.
Below are some of the best places to camp in Napa Valley, along with their amenities. Since the winter can be cool and rainy, many visitors enjoy camping for a night or two and then spend the rest of their days in a comfortable, nearby hotel such as Napa Valley Hotel and Suites. This way, you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
Mountain biking trails
Native American Plant Garden
Skyline Wilderness Park
Disc golf course
Hiking and biking trails
Martha Walker Native Plants Garden
165 miles of shoreline
Napa Valley Expo Camping
RV park with water, sewer and electrical hookups
10 to 15 miles from downtown Napa, Napa Valley Wine Train, Oxbow restaurants and boutique shopping
Napa Valley Model Railroad
Napa Valley Fermentation Supplies (make your own beer/wine)
Calistoga RV and Campground
RV park with 70 sites
All sites have water and electricity hookups; some have sewer
Located on Napa County Fairgrounds
Walking distance to downtown Calistoga
Enjoy a day of balloon riding, golfing, wine tasting or hiking
Campgrounds are open year-round and have plenty of amenities to offer. If you choose a destination that is close to a city like Napa or Calistoga, you can also enjoy a day out shopping, dining and enjoying wine tastings. This winter, plan a getaway where you can enjoy a day or two of rugged camping and another few days in a comfortable hotel. It’s the perfect vacation for everyone in the family!