Beautiful small campground in a lush forest. There are several beautiful trails in the park's redwood forest. The nearby Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park is very interesting too with guided tours during weekends. A great place to camp and enjoy wine country. Restrooms and showers are basic but there's plenty of hot water. Gravel sites require leveling. - Rahm
Enjoyed our stay here. The spaces along the creek are very nice. However, the prohibition of taking dogs on the trails made the stay less than I wanted. The price is also high for a site with no utilities. The park is beautiful and the sites far enough from each other that there is a feeling of privacy. There is an abundance (all around the camps) of ticks and poison oak. - MysticRaven
The Best place for a Real CAMP experience in the Napa Valley. So close to Calistoga. Some great spaces for TT & MH. - TabStream
Rate reflects Passport America for 4 days. Nice quiet park in a beautiful area. The bathrooms have been renovated since we were last there and then are now doing some landscaping in the "premium" sites. Poor water pressure is the norm in all of the sites that we have used. Within walking distance to the downtown area. - StarlifterFE
A very basic RV park in heart of wine country. Walking distance to a beautiful downtown and next door to golf. Gravel sites and no real landscaping. Very quiet. - sinnibar
Rate is Passport America (Sun thru Thu) for W/E pull thru site. The discount makes this one unbeatable value for Napa Valley.
This is a gravel field with a few trees. Be careful when pulling into your site. Some poles where you don't want to have them. Sites are level and hookups in good order. Sites are very close to each other. No fire ring, no picnic table, no privacy. Pretty quiet at night. Only a short walk to the grocery store and restaurants on the quaint main street.
We will be back, but only when the PA-rate is available and only during shoulder season. We can't imagine staying here, when the park is full. - TheSchweitzers