LAND TRUST OF NAPA |
ARCHER TAYLOR PRESERVE
June 26, 2008
The 380 acre Archer - Taylor Preserve contains some of the oldest stands of redwoods in the county and the habitats range from redwood riparian to grassy meadows.
We took the Devils Well trail which mostly follows Redwood Creek along on it's eastern side. It's a lush deep Redwood forested trail with abrupt elevation changes that go from about 1300 to 1650' in just about a mile.
Trail Location: the park is located at the end of Redwood Road, about 8 miles west of it's highway 29 intersection. There are locked gates, so see the park page for permission, codes and complete directions.
Various parks within the preserve are open to the public by invitation or appointment.