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Disc golf is a fun frisbee sport for all ages new to the Napa Valley.  The 18 hole course has discatcher baskets.  The well layed out course is easy to follow using the tee signs on each hole.  A mostly short but technical course, the steep grassy hillsides of Skyline will make you wish you'd bought that soft putter.  Live Oak, Manzanita, and the occasional olive tree make great disc-grabbers on this mostly open course.  18 holes with dirt tees and disc-catcher baskets, Skyline can easily be played in 2 hours.  Good course design by MPP allows one to play the front or back nine, and be back at the entrance to the course if pressed for time. Framed signs at the tee show alternate pin placements.

The first course using a catching device went in at Oak Grove Park in La Candida in 1975.  Now there are over 800 courses in the U.S. alone.  The sport can be played by people of all ages and also gives a nice hiking workout.  Make sure to also try out our NEW 9 Hole Course in the lower park area. Special golf discs are available at the park in the kiosk where course maps can be had as well.

Our club, the Napa Disk Club holds a promotional event called the Vintage Cup normally in February.  Find out more about disc golf, nationally at pdga.com or in northern California, at NorCalSeries.com.

Never played disc golf before?

Check out the official version from the PDGA (Professional Disc Golf Association.)

Things you must know

Entrance to the park is $5 per vehicle (bring your friends.) Check out Park Fees for more detail. While there are other ways to get inside the park, we strongly discourage you from using them. The penalty for the first offense is a $200 fine, the rangers who enforce this are not known for leniency.

The disc golf course is subject to close after rain. Call (707)252-0481 for info. Make sure to ask specifically about the disc golf course.

The Rules

 

  1. No Smoking.
    The grass is dry for most of the year. Please don't smoke.

  2. No Horses.
    Most of Skyline Park is open to horses. If you're lucky enough to have one, please don't ride on the discgolf course.

  3. No Bikes.

  4. ALLOWS LOOK before you throw.
  5. Use trash cans and/or pack it out.
    The quickest way to raise the ire of the locals is to be seen leaving trash on the course.  With trash cans are located by the tees of holes 1, 5, 7, 11, and 15 there is no excuse.

  6. No Cleats.
    Unfortunately, when you need them most they do the most damage.

  7. You must be out the front gate by closing.
    Take note of the closing time displayed at the kiosk. Be sure to leave enough time for the walk out. While you may find someone to open the gate. You may also be charged $20 for the service.

Silverado Archery Club, Inc.

 

Silverado Archery Club is located on 25 acres within the boundary of Skyline Park. The club is NFAA charted with 3 separate NFAA marked yardage ranges, each range having14 permanent targets as well as an area for 14 unmarked distance targets utilizing McKenzie 3-D’s.

We host a number of tournaments each year for target archers and hunters, including a 16 week un-marked distance series (open to the public) on Thursday evenings from April through July for the hunters in preparation for the hunting season.

Our facilities are open to the public on the 2nd Sunday each month.

Silverado Archers Home Page

Our beautiful park has many different Day Uses:

  • Disc Golf - TWO different courses
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Picnicking
  • Martha Walker Native Garden