That would be Samuel P. Taylor State Park, between Pt Reyes and San Rafael and it is indeed very nice. Unfortunately with the CA drought there are some changes/restrictions there...At Samuel P. Taylor State Park, in order to meet the park's basic water needs, and comply with water conservation, the park has taken the following actions: As of 1/20/14, and until further notice, the park dump station will be out of service. RV's/trailers will not be able to fill their water tanks at the park. Beginning the week of 7/20/14 the restroom building next to site 58 will be closed and some water spigots in Orchard Hill Loop will be turned off. Additionally, all park showers will be closed. Chemical toilets will be available until this restroom reopens. These service reductions will remain in effect until futher notice. - Mike
our favorite place: Lake Tahoe...one of the highest and deepest alpine lakes in the world. It's readily accessible on the north end via I-80, and on the south end via Hwy 50. Weather permitting, of course. It's about 2-1/2 to 3 hrs from the Napa area, so a day trip or overnight from the Bay Area is easy and a gorgeous drive.