The Napa River flows into San Pablo Bay,
then San Francisco Bay and finally the Pacific.
That trip would be a challenge for the best of
kayakers. A less strenuous but still exciting trip
Along the route you may find long
horn cattle grazing under the Eucalyptus tree
lined bank taking a gander at you paddling past.
For the Naturalist, there are the sloughs which
depending on the tide will be a great place to
explore. Just be aware the Napa River is a tidal
river and knowing the tide times is vital or you
could find yourself marooned in the sloughs
when the water recedes.
Further along the waterway lies an
old railroad bridge that reminds one
of the 50’s erector building set. This is
worth going under and looking skyward.