Alston Park Tour

Napa, California

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A favorite of pet owners—a section of the park is open for off-leash dog walking—this suburban park also offers treats for the hiker, including a loop that skims the borders of vineyards and offers great views. Alston Park is a dog’s paradise. Canine companions romp the trails with their masters, relishing the rare freedom of being able to explore off-leash. Too bad most dogs keep their noses to the ground. If they bothered to look up (like their humans do), they’d find the park also boasts great views of the Napa Valley.The 157-acre parcel is composed mostly of rolling grass-land, with sparse clusters of oak offering shade.
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by Tracy Salcedo-Chourré (Falcon Guides)

A favorite of pet owners—a section of the park is open for off-leash dog walking—this suburban park also offers treats for the hiker, including a loop that skims the borders of vineyards and offers great views. Alston Park is a dog’s paradise. Canine companions romp the trails with their masters, relishing the rare freedom of being able to explore off-leash.

Too bad most dogs keep their noses to the ground. If they bothered to look up (like their humans do), they’d find the park also boasts great views of the Napa Valley.The 157-acre parcel is composed mostly of rolling grass-land, with sparse clusters of oak offering shade.

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Activity Type: Hiking, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Napa
Distance: 2.5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Spring and fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Alston Park
Local Maps: USGS Napa; trail map available from the Napa Parks and Recreation Department
Driving Directions: Directions to Alston Park Tour

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May 2018