Welcome to the Skyline Wilderness Park 

 Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Napa Valley.  We have many activities and features here to help you get back to nature and see part of our valley as nature intended it.  No matter what you came for, be it Trails (Hiking, Horseback or Bikes), The Martha Walker Garden, Disc Golf or just to Picnic. You will be able to relax and enjoy yourself.


Trail Users- Please be aware of the changed trail conditions as you re-acclimate back into the park. 

  • Be aware that although the park is open there are very real hazards.  Trees or limbs may continue to come down.  Very steep slopes coupled with moist soil is causing rocks to tumble. 
  • Be vigilant of falling debris.  Also, the tread has loose rubble hidden under leaves that can be tricky to walk or ride through. 
  • Please be respectful of all signage and remain on marked trails; the trails were made safe for use but hazard trees away from trails were not removed and could fall at anytime.  

If you see something please report it to the kiosk or call the park kiosk 707-252-0481


We are always looking for volunteers!
If you're interested, contact us at info@skylinepark.org.



Job Opening: Park Director

Skyline Park seeks an experienced, collaborative, detail oriented, and creative Park Director to

manage Skyline Park in Napa. The 850‐acre park includes close to 20 miles of multi‐use trails,

an RV park, Tent Camping, Equestrian facilities including horse camping and an arena, an

archery range, 18‐hole and 9‐hole disc golf courses, an archery range, and a native plants

garden as well as day use areas and a Social Hall. The Park Director leads a number of full and

part‐time staff including maintenance and trail staff, kiosk employees, as well as volunteer camp

hosts and park volunteers engaged in trail repair and other volunteer activities within the park.

A high degree of leadership and autonomy are critical to this position in addition to the ability

to interface with and serve as liaison to the 11‐member SPCA board of directors, to whom this

position directly reports; and to the Citizens’ Association at large, which guides the park’s

overall vision.

The ideal candidate is an excellent leader, proven in the field and capable of inspiring staff and

volunteers and able to manage a very wide variety of projects, with a passion for parks and the

outdoors. This person has exceptional personal and professional integrity, is highly organized,

possesses excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and demonstrates a strong

commitment to customer service by working effectively with all visitors and members of the

public. Experience training others in work and safety procedures, using sound independent

judgment within established procedural guidelines is essential. Prior experience in

management in this field and/or education relevant to the position will be critical to success in

this position. Interested parties should please submit resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for

a more full description of the duties described.

GRAND Re-Opening of the Trails

I'm pleased to announce on behalf of all of us at Skyline that the park's trail system will reopen to all users on Saturday, January 20th

We'll have free entrance to the park that weekend for all users to celebrate the occasion, and we'll (gently) remind you that fees from park Annual passes and day use directly support the park, so please buy a pass! 

Moreover, enjoy the trails and welcome back!

Toyon Trail & Toyon Creek Trails

Toyon Trail
Toyon Creek Trail

Trail begins at the hikers bypass of Manzanita Trail, elevation 465 ft. trail distance .44 miles.
Drops to elevation 389 ft at point 001, .2 miles at a 10% grade.
Rises to 449 ft. at point 002, .38 miles at a 7% grade.

Toyon Creek
Junction at point 001 of Toyon Trail, elevation 389 ft. trail distance .23 miles.
Drops to creek .03 miles at 22% grade, travel along creek and rises to point 002 elevation 370 ft., .17 miles 7%