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.



Redwood Empire Mountain Bike Alliance Gives Check to Skyline Park


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REMBA enthusiastically handed off a check for $6750 to Skyline Park Association as a matching funds donation to replace a fire-damaged retaining wall in Skyline Park. The wall was significantly damaged during the Atlas Fire in October which burned the entire trail network. The restoration of the wall has restored access across Lake Marie to the northern half of the park’s trail network including Chaparral and Marie Creek trails. We’re so stoked to have the opportunity to assist in the re-opening of fire damaged trails in Skyline Park. Thank you @Skylinewildernesspark for your hard work and dedication to maintaining and restoring our beloved trails.

#moretrailsbettertrails #wildfirerecovery #REMBA #Napa

REI/Ridge Trail Day on Nov 3, 2018

On Nov 3, 2018 the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council and REI are sponsoring a workday on sites through out the Bay Area 375 mile trail system which is known as the Bay Area Ridge Trail. Skyline Trail in Skyline Wilderness park is one section of the existing 375 miles. Future goal is 550 miles to complete circumnavigation of the Bay Area. Volunteer from 9am to 1 pm to work on the trail. Here is the link to register for Skyline or one of the other 14 sites throughout the Bay Area.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ridge-trail-day-2018-tickets-50619699885 

The Nov 3rd. project will offer coffee from Brewed, some goodies from ABC, and burritos. And perhaps a bandana from Napa Open space (pending). So come play in the dirt and help with the rebirth of Skyline Wilderness Park.

Association Meeting Agenda

Call to order
President's Report
Vice President's Report
Secretary's Report
Treasurer's Report
Park Manager's Report
Archery Report
Bicyclist Report  
Disc Golf Report
Hikers Report
Horsemen Report
Native Plant Report
Skyline Riders Report
Old Business
New Business
Good of the Order

Camping Reservations For Memorial Day weekend 2017

Memorial Day weekend reservations during the BottleRock Music Festival will open for RV camping ONLY on January 15. For RV reservations only, call Skyline at (707) 252-0481 between 8 am and 5 pm.
We are NOT taking tent camping reservations for  Memorial Day weekend. For ALL tent camping reservations and information contact Camp Carneros. They will be taking reservations online at campcarneros.com.