Trails Near Lake Berryessa Recreation Area - Napa County, CA

Coordinate

Latitude: 38.5763
Longitude: -122.21775

Nearest City
Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve, CA (8.5 miles away)

Lake Berryessa Recreation Area, a park located in Napa County, California. Topo map of lat 38.5763 and long -122.2178. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Lake Berryessa Recreation Area.


Nearby Trails

  • Smittle Creek Trail
    The serpentine Smittle Creek Trail is the only maintained trail on Lake Berryessa. The path weaves in and out of the lake’s narrow coves as it crosses open, grass- covered hillsides dot…

    From the guidebook Hiking California's Wine Country

    Trails in Napa, CA - Hiking - 5.0 miles long

  • Lake Berryessa
    I have a conflict with this place. I love it and I hate it! This 25-mile lake is probably one of the most heavily used water resources in the state. Therein lies the problem. The fishin…

    From the guidebook Fly Fishing California

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  • Lake Berryessa Recreation Area/Smittle Creek
    Explore the shores of Lake Berryessa and finish with a splash at the beach

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  • Spanish Flat Recreation Area (Lake Berryessa)
    The Bureau of Reclamation installed new amenities at Spanish Flat in 2015, including potable water, an RV dump station, and concrete vault restrooms. Other new amenities include picnic …

    From the guidebook Camping Northern California

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  • Steele Canyon (Lake Berryessa)
    From Napa, take CA 121 North to CA 128 West and then immediately east onto Steele Canyon Road. Continue north for 7 miles. Note: Check gate times. About the campground: This family …

    From the guidebook Camping Northern California

    Trails in Napa, CA - Campgrounds

  • Barton Hill
    The short walk out to Barton Hill is all that remains of a large trail network that once followed the northern shore of Lake Berryessa. This lonely stretch of trail is short, but it has…

    From the guidebook Hiking California's Wine Country

    Trails in Napa, CA - Hiking - 1.0 miles long

  • Putah Canyon (Lake Berryessa)
    From Napa, take CA 121 North to CA 128 West. Turn northeast onto Berryessa Knoxville Road to 7600 Knoxville Rd., at the north end of the lake near the bridge. About the campground: …

    From the guidebook Camping Northern California

    Trails in Napa, CA - Campgrounds

  • Pleasure Cove (Lake Berryessa)
    From Napa, take CA 121 North to CA 128 West, heading north on CA 128 West for 4 miles. Turn west onto Wragg Canyon Road for about 3 miles. About the campground: Pleasure Cove is a b…

    From the guidebook Camping Northern California

    Trails in Napa, CA - Campgrounds

  • Pope Creek Canyon
    Following an old, historic roadbed through Pope Creek Canyon, this hike highlights rugged terrain and seasonally large Pope Creek before reaching a lonely corner of Lake Berryessa. T…

    From the guidebook Hiking California's Wine Country

    Trails in Napa, CA - Hiking - 2.8 miles long

  • Cedar Roughs Trail
    Cedar Roughs Trail is a hiking trail in Napa County, California. It is within Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument and Cedar Roughs Wilderness. It is 1.9 miles long and begins at 5…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 1.9 miles long

Lake Berryessa Recreation Area Photos

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