2 Parks near Calistoga, California
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park is great for access to to Wineries, Wineries and more wineries. There are nice restaurants near by, too. Make sure you have Dish if you park in the back row. Direct TV won't work. If you have a Marine toilet be prepared to use your own water pump as the parks water pressure is low. Call early because the 50 amp sites with shade go fast. - TWI
Oct 2012 - $35.00
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
Apr 2011 - $35.00
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
Oct 2015 - $57.00
We have stayed here several times over the past few years primarily because of it's proximity to downtown Calistoga and the 9 hole golf course right next door. Over the years, it appears that nothing has been improved other than some new signs and trash can holders! What used to be gravel sites are now 90% dirt and the "paved" access roads are pretty poor. I guess letting it get run down and raising the rates to a ridiculous level makes sense to someone! They even charge $2.00 a day for our poodle. We won't be returning again unless rates come back down and improvements are made.
We thought about sitting outside (in the dirt) , but we would have only been a couple of feet away from our neighbors sewer hose!
This location is killer. I would think that some investment in the property would pay for itself and attract more repeat visitors. Unfortunately, I suspect this place is just another example of a poorly managed public entity. Too bad.
Note: If you are in a tall RV, be aware that most of the neighborhood streets have VERY low hanging branches. From the main drag in town, Lincoln St, go north on Fair Way to the end. Turn right on Oak then left into the park a block down. - Drakelos
Jun 2015 - $44.00
As others have said, this place is all about location. It's a big parking lot with sites really close together. But it's in the perfect location to explore Napa/Sonoma wine country, and, as near as I could determine, it's the only game in town except a couple state parks that you have to reserve way in advance to be sure you can get in. We did reserve here, but only a few days ahead of time, and there were plenty of E&W sites available. The FHU sites seemed to be mostly filled with longer term campers. The restroom and showers were clean and the showers were spacious with plenty of hot water and pressure. There was also a chair of some sort in both of the ladies' showers and hooks and shelves in the shower itself for your products which is something I find sorely lacking in many RV park shower rooms. The prices vary from a low for the E & W sites during the week to a high for the FHU sites on weekends. I thought they were reasonable (for California!). he one thing I would caution about is that it is part of the Napa County Fairgrounds. If it's a race weekend at the speedway or County Fair weekend or some other event, all bets are probably off so you might want to check the event schedule ahead of time and make reservations in advance. We really appreciated that it's only about eight blocks to the center of Calistoga with a bunch of shops and restaurants so we could walk there for dinner and not have to move our truck camper rig. - Pdxjoanne
Apr 2015 - $25.00
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