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Interpretive Trail

Bowers Harbor Vineyards Interpretive Trail

A hiking/snowshoe trail designed for both exercise and educational attainment. It is fairly short, approximately 1 mile, and provides participants with a better knowledge of the vineyards, history, ecology and the landscape of the area. The trail will feature stopping points along the way as you move through the vineyards and into the forested hillside explaining the flora and wildlife that you may come across during your hike, specific vineyard information, history of the property and what you can see from the sweeping westerly views.

Trail Hours:
Monday-Thursday 10:30am – 6:00pm
Friday & Saturday 10:00am – 7:00pm
Monday-Sunday 10:30am – 5:00pm

Trail is subject to be closed if weather conditions affect the trail’s safety.
Trail is subject to close if vineyard farming conditions and activity affect the trail’s safety.

Our Trail in the News!

From 9 & 10 News – Bowers Harbor Vineyards on Old Mission Peninsula is opening its first trail Saturday.

However, the trail has more to offer than just scenic views.

Bowers Harbor Vineyards is opening a new interpretive trail

Kristy McClellan, Director of Operations Manager at the Vineyard tells us, “We wanted to be able to offer something every day all winter long where people could come and go as they please experience the beauty of the outdoors in the winter time. We really want people really appreciate the outdoors as much as we do.”

The trail is designed for both exercise and education as the vineyard aims to offer more for their younger visitors.

“Kids always soak this information up like a sponge so it’s really for the younger generation who are more interested in what’s goin on around them,” says Farm Manager, Evan Oellerish.

While you walk the trail you’ll see a variety of stopping points explaining the history and ecology of the vineyard.

Evan says, “For the interpretive trail they’re be 10 stops along the way, at each stop you’ll learn a little bit different information either about the vineyard or some of the animals or wildlife.”

The trail is the beginning of what the vineyard plans to be a more expansive trail and recreation system.

So when adults come for the wine, the whole family can come feel at home.

Kristy she wants wine lovers to, “enjoy it with their kids, their grandparents, their dogs. We always really pride ourselves at making people feel at home and now they can feel a part of the family and at home by walking around the property as well.”

The trail is free and open to the public during the vineyards business hours starting Saturday, December 31.