3 Virtual Cabins to Stay in Northern California (plus a funky yurt!)
Updated: Feb 19, 2019
Looking for a unique place to stay in Northern California?
Located in the heart of the beautiful Napa Valley wine country, Bothe-Napa Valley State Park offers camping, picnicking, swimming, and hiking trails that go through stands of coastal redwoods, and beautiful douglas-fir and madrone forests.
The 1,991-acre park was established in 1960, and provides 3 rustic cabins to stay — you will enjoy a close-up look at all the natural beauty the park has to offer while you stay in your new home. We invite you to dive into the first:
The park contains over 10 miles of trails to enjoy, and is the farthest inland coast redwoods in a California state park. Take a look into Madrone cabin, nestled in the heart of the forest:
Lastly, their Oak cabin is another option to experience a unique adventure. Remember to pack a variety of clothes as the park exhibits more seasonal changes than most Californians experience. Summer temperatures may reach 105 degrees Fahrenheit, but nights are usually cool:
And for the real adventurous at heart... and for some amazing photo opportunities, you can have your own yurt for the night! As the park is home to raccoons, gray squirrels, deer, foxes, bobcats, coyotes, several species of birds including six kinds of woodpeckers — you'll be in for a surprise what you will see!
On hot summer days, you can grab a swimsuit and towel and come enjoy a dip in the park's swimming pool. There is an additional fee for the use of the swimming pool, to be paid at the park entrance. Current pool hours vary. Large are located in the day use area, and are also available for group events and getaways. You can enjoy picnic tables, a sink, electrical outlet with a horseshoe pit and wheelchair-accessible restroom nearby. Come take a look!
Book your reservation by calling our friends at (707) 942-4575. For more information please go here.