St. Helena and Napa Valley offer a variety of parks, from rugged mountain trails to accessible urban play spaces and dog-parks. Here’s you guide to parks in St. Helena.
Located on Pope Street, the four acre park is named after General Jacob Meily who, in 1880, established his vineyards on the park site and winery in the adjacent barn across Sulphur Creek from the park. The park amenities include parking, restrooms, turf area, picnic tables, playground, and a paved walking trail along Sulphur Creek.READ MORE
Located on Mitchell Drive between Voorhees Circle and St. James Dr. The park is adjacent of Spring Creek pond and is about 1 acre. It consists of picnic tables and play equipment designed for preschool-age children. The park is landscaped with ground covers and does not have any large grassy areas. No restrooms.READ MORE
A small, neighborhood pocket park, Peter Mennen Park (Voorhees Circle) is named after a local preservationist who funded the landscaping of the park. Landscape materials include nut and fruit trees that provide food for birds and squirrels as well as shrubs and ground covers that attract butterflies and bees.READ MORE
Located just south of Pope Street Bridge along the Napa River. This park is a passive venue and is allowed to grow naturally with minimal grooming and watering. It features a multi-use trails that loops around the park, a large dog park, and picnic tables with barbecues. The picnic areas are available on a first come, first served basis. This park has no restrooms.READ MORE