nature trips

trail running




no dogs

horseback riding


wild flowers

Please enjoy all the activities we have to offer to the public from the Martha Walker Native Plants Garden, Disc Golf Course, Camping and Picnicking and our many fabulous trails for Hiking, Biking and Horseback Riding. No Dogs Allowed On Trails! Winter Hours (Until Spring Time Change) 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Summer Hours (Spring Time Change to Sept 30th) 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Fall Hours (Oct 1st Until Fall Time Change) 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

This was a beautiful hike overlooking Napa Valley. Highly recommend. Moderate with a couple of steep inclines that were challenging (Rock Rim).

Many trails to choose from and venture off of. Beautiful views but bring a lot of water! More walking up hill than there is walking down hill

13 days ago

My wife and I enjoyed this hike after some morning shopping in Napa. It took two hours with a 20 minute picnic break. We went clockwise and were happy with our decision. This way gives you more shade on the climb up and then great views of Napa on the final descent back to the parking lot. The trail is about a third fire roads, but the other two thirds is composed of hiking trails. The loop takes you through a nice variety of habitats. There are bathrooms and water at the parking lot. There is a port-o-potty about midway through the hike, but no water on the trails. One warning, though. I'm not sure who created this trail, but it's not an official park trail. This is a collection of other trails so there are no signs for the "Lower Skyline Loop" trail. However, the All Trails App worked great and there was reception, so we had an easy reference whenever we came to an unmarked fork in the road.

Great homie but not a lot of shade and it's pretty steep. But I'm going back.

This was a decent, somewhat strenuous hike. It is *extremely* dusty. The first quarter of the trail is deceptively easy. Rock Rim was the hardest part of the trail by far.

Love it, I run it at least once a week. Its an excellent interval workout, with fantastic views, especially if you take Skyline to the top to loop around and Chapperell on the way out. Bring water! IMPORTANT: *Keep attention though*, the place is not joking about the Rattlesnakes, Wild pigs, Coyotes, and Mountain Lions that they warn you about on the many signs on the way to the trailhead. I run into at least one or 2 of those things every week. Making Noise on certain parts of the trail or going in a group is a good way to avoid problems, but makes it less likely to see wildlife. The Coyotes will run away, The mountain lions are very shy, My eye is always looking in the trail grass for rattlesnakes, and well; The wild pigs are *a**holes (but rarely encountered) Have fun!

It was a beautiful hike actually took Skyline to Buckeye so we could see the lakes then took Lower Marie Creek back. Marie was pretty sunny tho so I wouldn't suggest on a hot day. Overall wonderful day will go back to concur all of Skyline.

Buddy and I hiked for the first time, we took the lesser road traveled and glad we did, definitely will be hiking up this one again.

Great hike! Beautiful views!

awesome hike...very steep in areas...

awesome trail...many side trails connect to it....

very steep...start at skyline for xtra calories burned

Awesome trail with several different side trails to take. I like mountain biking in and exploring. Some sections are pretty technical for the experienced riders.

5 months ago

lots of elevation gain, but the view is definitely worth it. worth doing again.

I actually found this trail to be more of moderate type climb. The fact that it's switchbacks all the way up made it very easy to ascend.
There are areas where the trail is literally 12 inches wide and a mis step can send you into a ravine. All in all.... a beautiful walk.