Moore Creek Park
This park is located in the Chiles Valley in Napa county. Some of the trails skirt Lake Hennessy, a large water source for the Napa Valley. You may find sweeping views of a canyon while hiking to the ridge line in this special park.
Riverfront Regional Park
Riverfront is a favorite in the Russian River Valley in North Sonoma. Arrive in the Redwood and sit at one of the picnic tables to enjoy a bottle of Pinot Noir from the Russian River appellation. This three mile loop is an enjoyable walk around two small lakes.
Trione Annadel State Park
Henry Trione, a prominent Santa Rosa Developer, had special interest in preserving the wetlands and oak woodlands of this park from development and this park was named in his honor in 2015. Annadel (as locals often refer to it) is located next to a regional park and a city park. Hiking up to Lake Ilsanjo, you will find expansive views of wilderness. There are several trails to get lost and enjoy yourself in this park.
Oat Hill Mine Trail
Located in the northern tip of Napa Valley, this trail follows eight plus miles on an old stage coach road. The trail endured a bit of damage from the 2021 Glass Fire but has come back resilient with sweeping views of Napa Valley towards Calistoga.
Skyline State Park
Skyline Park is a very peaceful trail experience which hikes up to Lake Marie. Located in the City of Napa, you may enjoy sweeping vineyards views of the neighboring vineyards.
Sonoma Valley Regional Park
During Spring, this park bursts with wildflowers glowing all over Sonoma Valley. A great stop between visiting wineries in Sonoma Valley.
Sonoma Overlook Trail/Bartholomew Park
Located a few blocks away from the Town of Sonoma, this 2.4 mile trail offers well kept, meandering trails through oak woodlands. After your workout, settle down with a bottle of Bartholomew Estate wines.