Napa Valley Outdoor Activities

While Napa Valley is known for wineries, there is much more that awaits. Beyond the bottle, explore the outdoor activities brimming up and down the valley. With pleasant weather year-round and a winding river at its heart, Napa is a nature lover’s dream.

Kayak right off our dock. Tee-off with ease at six local golf clubs including Chardonnay, Eagle Vines and Silverado. Get back to nature at Bothe State Park. Sink into Lake Berryessa for a bevy of water sports from fishing to jet skiing. Saddle up at Skyline Park, where you can also enjoy hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, picnicking, nature study, fishing, archery, and disc golf. For a detailed list of nature activity recommendations, read our blog.

Whatever your passion, it's all ripe for the picking. Visit our concierge for more details on the great outdoors of Napa Valley.



At just about 2.2 miles round trip, Westwood Hills is a perfect hike for all skill levels. Your rewards for this short uphill trek are sweeping views of downtown Napa.

The 3 miles of trails at Alston Park take you along the Redwood creek. Situated at the base of Mount Veeder, this hike takes you winding right past nearby wineries. And it’s dog-friendly!


For those looking for a less strenuous outdoor experience, the Napa Art Walk is an ideal way to get outdoors. Start your stroll at art installations #8 and #9, located just behind the Napa River Inn. Explore downtown Napa through the eyes and art of eight artists. With exhibits that rotate every two years, the art walk never fails to impress.



Meet Napa Valley Paddle at the dock just steps from your room and get ready for a day of adventure. Typically available April through November.


Choose between sightseeing and romantic wine tasting tours and prepare to be swept away on a magical Gondola ride along the Napa River. Typically available April through November.


Historic Napa Mill

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