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Region:   Wine Country
Things to do in the Napa and Sonoma Valley
"Wine Country" area of Northern California:

The sunny Napa Valley is home to some of the world's finest winemakers, as well as acres and acres of beautiful vineyard. Wine isn't the only thing on the menu though, as art museums and great restaurants can be found littered across the valley.  Your first stop in Napa should be the downtown Napa Valley Welcome Center (600 Main St). Here, you can pick up coupons and information that will help you in your search for the perfect Napa experience.  Note that there is no good parking for large RV's, but there is a small RV park withing walking distance of downtown Napa-at the Town and Country fairgrounds.  If you tow a small vehicle behind your large RV, this is the location to use the small vehicle!  Or if you want views and nice level RV sites, look at Skyline(http://www.skylinepark.org)
See the description of old town Sonoma below the Napa Valley links:
  St Supery(http://www.stsupery.com/)
Castello Di Amorosa(http://www.castellodiamorosa.com/)Mumm(http://www.mummnapa.com/index.cfm?method=homepage.showpage)
Artesa(http://www.artesawinery.com/)
Uptown Theater(http://www.uptowntheatrenapa.com/)
Balloons Rides(http://www.napavalleyballoons.com)
Bike Tours(http://www.napavalleybiketours.com/)
Wine Train(http://winetrain.com/)
Oxbow(http://oxbowpublicmarket.com/)
di rosa(
http://www.dirosaart.org/)
downtown joes(
http://downtownjoes.com/)
Bale Grist mill(http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g33000-d116932-Reviews-Bale_Grist_Mill_State_Historic_Park-St_Helena_Napa_Valley_California.html)
Rutherford Grill(http://www.hillstone.com/#/restaurants/rutherfordGrill/)
Pizza Tra Vigne(http://travignerestaurant.com/pizzeria/)
Opera House(http://nvoh.org)
Wildcat(http://wildcatvintageclothing.com)
Big D's(http://bigdburgers.com/Home.html)
Discovery Kingdom(https://www2.sixflags.com/discoverykingdom)

 

You have reached the listing of RV parks and campgrounds found in the Wine Country region of California. 

The main highways of this region are HWY 101, SR 128, SR 29 and SR 12 which continues from Hwy 80 going east through to Santa Rosa.  The largest cities are Napa, Sonoma, and Santa Rosa; other noted destination towns are St. Helena, Petaluma, Sebastapol, Healdsburg.  Since there are not very many listed private RV parks in this region, RV travelers may find they have to stay in a nearby region and take day trips in-but it is well worth the effort!  The California Delta region is 1 hour or less away from the Napa Valley, and 90 minutes from old town Sonoma.

 

Simply click on the park name or the photo of the park to go to a full page description of that location

 

  San Francisco North KOA

Napa Valley Expo RV Park.  Walking distance to everything that is downtown Napa!  
Canyon Creek Resort Calistoga RV and Campground

Skyline Wilderness Park RV Camping

Skyline Wilderness Park


Windsor Wine Country RV Park





River Bend RV and Camping
on the Russian River nearby Santa Rosa
Windsorland RV Park
Vineyard RV Park
(park near Napa and Sonoma Wine Country)
Snug Harbor (on the Delta)
Located near Napa wine country about 45 minutes to one hour but its a nice drive!)
Things to do in Sonoma: pending upload.  However, we suggest you simply plan a day walking and shopping around old town Sonoma square.  Taste at the Sonoma Cheese Factory.  Shop at the Church Mouse.  Sample the offerings and many nearby wineries.  Tour the Sonoma Mission and General Vallejo's homestead.  Learn, wine, dine and shop-all in one plaza! Things to do in Santa Rosa:  this is a very large town or city with all sorts of shopping, hospitals, wine tasting, and great mountain views.  or go to the coast nearby.  More info to be added.