Biking & Hiking Trails
Biking & Hiking Trails in Napa
There are a wide variety of trails within the 55 parks in the City of Napa. Some of the most popular hiking trails are found in the following areas:
- Alston Park is 157 acres of passive open space. Allowed uses include walking, hiking, running, biking, horseback riding and both on and off leash dog areas.
- Oxbow Preserve is 12.7 acres of land that allows all to experience the natural areas and habitats along the Napa River.
- Trancas Crossing Trancas Crossing Park is a 33-acre river landscape within the City of Napa. The park provides access to the Napa River, its floodplain and a diverse array of wetland and riparian habitats.
- Westwood Hills Park is111 acre park that provides three miles of trails through beautiful groves of oak trees and grassy meadows, and affords expansive views of the city. The park includes benches and picnic tables near the parking lot and along the trails.
The Napa Valley Vine Trail
Napa Parks and Recreation is one of many partners in the Napa Valley Vine Trail system. Beginning in historic Vallejo's Ferry Terminal (thus linking with the greater Bay Area), the Vine Trail will continue north for 47 miles, through the world-renowned vineyards and towns of Napa Valley, to its northern gateway in Calistoga at the Oat Hill Mine Trail (Highway 29/ Silverado Trail) at the foot of Mount St. Helena.
Adopt A Park or Trail Program
Adopt A Park or Trail is a program developed by the Parks and Recreation Services Department to foster pride in Napa’s Park and Trails system while at the same time assisting the city in maintaining our parks and trails at a high standard. This program encourages residents, community organizations and businesses to become directly involved in improving parks and trails and prominently recognizes them for their efforts. To apply and learn more view the Adopt A Park or Trail Program Information and Application (PDF).