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Old 04-21-2019, 06:22 PM   #1
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RV parks in or near Napa or Sonoma

Looking to spend a few days in the area as part of a longer trip. Would like to be close to the tasting rooms etc but I can't find anything that gets consistently good reviews. Am I missing something? Any suggestions?
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We stayed at Skyline Wilderness Campground in Napa. It’s a non-profit that leases the land from a state hospital. It’s conveniently located and has wonderful hiking and biking trails. The valley has a great biking trail, too. The price is cheap for the area so don’t expect anything fancy. Not a lot of 40+ foot spots, but they found room for us.

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If Petaluma isn’t too far out of your way, I can recommend the KOA there. It is quite upscale, and has nice sites. We used it as a base to visit friends in Petaluma and do wine tastings in the area.
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Old 04-22-2019, 10:06 AM   #6
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Napa bother state park is nice, a little tight getting through the trees. Im not sure of the length requirements, but our MH is 30 and we fit fine. Close to Calistoga etc. Petaluma KOA can accommodate bigger MHs, but they are jammed in there and expensive. Invited my nephew and wife to dinner and they had to pay 12 each to get in. Afterwards we had the park outside the park and pick them up. I did not know about skyline and will look into it, sounds interesting.
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Napa bother state park is nice, a little tight getting through the trees. I’m not sure of the length requirements, but our MH is 30’ and we fit fine. Close to Calistoga etc. Petaluma KOA can accommodate bigger MH’s, but they are jammed in there and expensive. Invited my nephew and wife to dinner and they had to pay 12 each to get in. Afterwards we had the park outside the park and pick them up. I did not know about skyline and will look into it, sounds interesting.
It's Bothe-Napa SP and according to this list, it has a 31' limit. Often, these limits are conservative, but you're clearly too long.

https://www.parks.ca.gov/RVlength
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We also very much enjoyed Bothe-Napa SP, however, we have only a 22' TT and it was tight.
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We stayed at Calistoga RV Park | RV Camping in California Wine Country for a few nights. Nothing spectacular but it served the need.
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