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Calistoga Hotels
Best Western Stevenson Manor Inn
1830 Lincoln Avenue
Calistoga Ranch
580 Lommel Road
Comfort Inn Napa Valley North
1865 Lincoln Ave.
Dr Wilkinson S Hot Springs Resort
1507 Lincoln Ave.
Mount View Hotel & Spa
1457 Lincoln Avenue
Calistoga, CA 94515

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CALISTOGA HOTELS

Best Western Stevenson Manor Inn
1830 Lincoln Avenue
Calistoga, CA 94515

The Best Western Stevenson Manor Inn, at the top of the Napa Valley Wine Country, is located in Calistoga, known for its geothermal mineral water and mud baths. ...more

Calistoga Ranch
580 Lommel Road
Calistoga, CA 94515
Calistoga Ranch the ideal destination for experiencing fine wine, organic regional cuisine and elegant country living. Ideally situated in the Napa Valley, the luxurious 157-acre Calistoga Ranch of...more Clarion Collection Napa Valley North
1865 Lincoln Ave.
Calistoga, CA 94515

Dr Wilkinson S Hot Springs Resort
1507 LINCOLN AVENUE
Calistoga, CA 94515

Celebrating fifty years in business, Dr.Wilkinson's Hot Springs Resort is located in the heart of historic Calistoga, offering the finest in spa and salon services with comfortable l...more

Mount View Hotel & Spa
1457 Lincoln Avenue
Calistoga, CA 94515

The Mount View Hotel and Spa is a deluxe Hotel and Spa nationally registered as a Historic Place located in the Napa Valley wine country in the quaint and historic city of Calistoga, Califorina....more

 

Calistoga, California
   Region: Napa Valley
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Traveling with foreign journalists in California is always a delight. It provides the opportunity to see things with new eyes. For instance, an hour-long bus stop in Napa Valley's Calistoga appeared, at first glance, to be just a bump in the road. But following behind several Japanese reporters and photographers, this like-minded traveler snapped to attention. A dog on a leash tied to the post at a general store was simply fascinating to one photographer. A chef walking down an alley, a river bed from a bridge, a pink house and several cars passing along on the street provide subject matter for international newspapers. With our tour bus of 50+ travelers invading Calistoga, this was an experience in which the reporters were the news.

 

Calistoga is one of those great towns where folks make you feel right at home. Not big or confusing, there's an abundance of pleasure for a city with less than 5,000 population! Over 30 wineries that include the popular Sterling Vineyards, close to 20 spas and a variety of shops attract people from around the world who want to taste California wines and to see the beautiful countryside preserved by ordinances that allow only a specified amount of growth. Spa aficionados love Calistoga and claim some of the spa treatments available here, can't be beat, anywhere. If you've heard of the Calistoga Hot Springs, you are on the right path to enjoyment and relaxation.

 

In a region where wine is king, youu'd expect a wine festival of some sort but Calistoga likes to do things its own way with a springtime jazz festival Mustard, Mud & Music (celebrating the blooming of the mustard among the bare vines) and the Downtown Blues in the Fall. Other annual events include a farmer's market, Cinco de Mayo Parade and festival, an old fashioned Fourth of July Parade and County Fair and in December in recognition of its agricultural heritage a Lighted Tractor and Truck Parade. Nearby, The Bale Grist Mill State Park celebrates Old Mill Days in October and Pioneer Christmas in December with costumed volunteers, period music and events.

Calistoga offers a lush landscape of hills, streams and fields filled with tall grasses, flowers and trees. There's a beautiful Bale Grist Mill State historic park with an operating 30 foot high water wheel worth checking out. Get a bird's eye view on a hot air balloon ride are available for a fee in Calistoga. Other fun things to see and do include Old Faithful Geyser, the Petrified Forest and Sharpsteen Museum, chosen as best local museum by the Bay Area Metro newspapers.

 

Calistoga Balloons PO Box 858  Calistoga, CA 94515 888.995.7700
Crazy Creek Gliders off Highway 29, Calistoga, CA 707.987.9112
Getaway Adventures/ Napa Valley Bike and Hike Tours 1117 Lincoln Ave. Calistoga, CA 94515  800.499.BIKE 
Napa Valley Railroad Depot  1458 Lincoln Ave.  Calistoga, CA 94515 
Old Faithful Geyser of California  707.942.6463  1299 Tubbs Lane  Calistoga, CA 94515  Petrified Forest  707.942.6667  4100 Petrified Forest Road  Calistoga, CA 94515 
Sharpsteen Museum 1311 Washington St., Calistoga, 707.942.5911

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