Skyline Wilderness Park

(2) Reviews

2201 Imola Avenue, Napa, CA, 94559

The Skyline Wilderness Park is located near the beautiful town of San Francisco, California and is a great spot for your next west coast camping trip. Whether you enjoy beautiful natural sceneries or urban thrills, you're sure to find plenty to see and experience while at the Skyline Wilderness Park!


Activities and Amenities

Amenities onsite include: a dump station, partial and full hookup sites, sewerage, horse camping, water and tent sites. Travelers can also look forward to activities such as: biking, hiking, horseback riding, sunset viewing and stargazing. 



Just beyond the campground, there's a ton of great local attractions to enjoy. Some camper favorites include:

- Gary Danko

- Pier 39

- Lombard Street

- Foreign Cinema

- Union Square

- Palace of Fine Arts Theatre


There's plenty to do and see while at the Skyline Wilderness Park, so book your trip soon, and we'll see you there!

Last Updated: 08/31/2021

RV Site

There is a $2 discount with criterion.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Dry camping $25.00
Full Hook Up $35.00
Tent Site

Tent camping may be closed in wet winter months."

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
No Hook Up $25.00

Pets Allowed


Community Showers

Water Hookups

Community Restrooms

Dump Station

Sewer Hookups


50 Amps

30 Amps




Horseback Riding

Family Friendly

2201 Imola Avenue, Napa, CA, 94559
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Patrick Crowley

Skyline wilderness park on Imola road in Napa. Lots of trails. Only about 30 RV sites in large county park. Gardens should be in full bloom by the time you get here. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Davina Bruno

I really love the pictures I get to take at the Martha Walker Plant Garden; I'm more of a leisure camper, so I don't know too many of the flowers there, but I can definitely appreciate how gorgeous they are! When I'm not out taking pictures with my friend, we like to do some archery for a few hours. It's not at all noisy and super relaxing which is so nice for focus. And of course, why would we come if we're not going to hike! The trails here are awesome and have a "wild" more natural feel to them, unlike a lot of other parks where the trails are more curated and man made. The RVing here is good too, but you could only stay for 15 consecutive days at one time which bummed us out one Christmas when we wanted to stay for a month. There's full and partial hookups and everything's pretty well laid-out, but it's first come first serve so watch out for peak times, especially around memorial day weekend. There's horse camping too so get there during an off time, you can pick your spot if you're not into horses! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group