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Published on August 26, 2022

Accessible Parks and Trails

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Napa ParkRx

Napa County offers a variety of paved trails that are ADA accessible or for those with mobility issues or needing a power-driven mobility device. Day Use areas with picnic facilities such as Bothe-Napa Valley State Park are also accessible sites. We’ve assembled a list below of some noteworthy trail segments that have significant natural features or can help connect users to these sights and spaces. This is not an exhaustive or complete list of all of the accessible trails throughout Napa County.

Many segments of the Napa River and Bay Trail and the connected network of trails along the bay and river are paved and accessible multi-use trails. For a full listing of trailheads for this trail network, please see our regional trails page here or view our interactive map for driving directions.

All of the trails & campgrounds operated by Napa Open Space below are linked to their respective web pages for more information. Please check with the operating agency for current details about specific trails and areas.

Accessible Trails

Below is a list by city of accessible trail segments that you can find on our interactive map along with a selected list of campground facilities in Napa County and links to their websites for more information.

American Canyon:

~ Wetlands Open Space and Napa River Bay Trail

City of Napa:

~ Napa River Trail (Soscol Ferry Road to Anselmo Court, Lincoln Ave. to Trancas St.)

~ Napa Bike Path

~ Napa Valley Vine Trail (Solano Ave.)

~ Oxbow Preserve

~ Trancas Crossing

~ Kennedy Park

~ Salvador Creek Park


~ Yountville Mile

St. Helena:

~ Bale Grist Mill


~ Bothe Napa Valley State Park

~ Calistoga Bike Trail

Accessible Campgrounds & Day Use Areas

The campgrounds and day use areas below have accessible features and facilities. Please note that many of these are not operated by Napa Open Space.

Day Use Areas:

~ Bothe-Napa Valley State Park

~ Skyline Wilderness Park

~ Lake Berryessa (Oak Shores Day Use Area, Smittle Creek Day Use Area, Berryessa Vista, North Shore Trail, South Shore Trail)


~ Bothe-Napa Valley State Park

~ EcoCamp Berryessa

~ Skyline Wilderness Park

Lake Berryessa Campgrounds:

The campgrounds at Lake Berryessa are managed independently. Please check with the individual campgrounds for details and reservations.

~ Markley Cove Resort

~ Pleasure Cove Marina

~ Steele Canyon Recreation Area

~ Spanish Flat Recreation Area

~ Putah Creek Campground