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 tread has lose rubble hidden under leaves that can 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.



Skyline and Lower Skyline Trail

Skyline and Lower Skyline

Skyline. horizontal trail length 3.34 miles, terrain distance 3.37 miles.
From access road elevation 239 ft, a smooth gradual climb to point 003 to 776 ft over a terrain distance .63 miles, avg grade 16%.
Continuing from point 3 to end, rises to 1010 ft, several ups and downs.

Lower Skyline, horizontal distance .89 miles to junction, terrain distance .9 miles.
From access road, elevation 231 ft, a smooth gradual climb to point 003 to 781 ft, avg grade 13%.

001 is the beginning of Lower Skyline Trail.
002 is the beginning of Skyline Trail.
003 is the junction of Skyline, Lower Skyline and Bay Leaf Trails.
004 is a junction of Buckeye Trail and Passini Road.
005 is a junction of Skyline and Buckeye and will lead down to Lake Marie.
006 is the junction of Rim Rock.