|Napa Parks and Recreation - Public Boating|
The City of Napa offers a variety of public facilities that provide access to the Napa River. The Parks and RecreationsServices Department is responsible for the maintenance and operations of these facilities. The following information describes City facilities and links to information related to use of public boat docks and launches within the City of Napa.
Main Street Boat Dock
The Main Street Boat Dock was dedicated in October of 2013. It is located at the terminus of what was once 4th Street in front of the Riverfront Dvelopment. The public dock is a floating concrete dock that is 176' long and 10' wide. The dock has night lighting and is provides ADA accessability via gangway and ramp. A uses policy has been adopted that governs the dock and specific use regulations are listed below:
Click on the link tsee the Use Areas Diagram
Click on the link to obtain a copy of the Information Packet
Kennedy Park offers a variety of recreational amenities. The public boat launch offers a launch ramp for small boats and a dock. The dock is 100' long and 6' wide. Public use of the launch and dock is free.
Dock use hours are from dusk to dawn and the park gate is locked after hours.
For information on commercial use or launching at any public boating facility please contact the Parks and Recreation Services office at 707-257-9529
Kennedy Park Facility Map
The Riverside Park boat launch is located at the southern end of Riverside Drive. It consists of a steep concrete launch that is best utilized at high tide.
Fishing is allowed from the river bank in this area.
Links and Information
California Boating and Waterways Site