Things to Do in Napa Valley and Calistoga, CA
Napa Valley is the ideal destination for every trip, from romantic getaways in the country's best wine region to adventurous vacations for everyone in the family. The Sunburst Hotel in Calistoga is the perfect spot for sunshine and wine in the sunny side of the valley. Explore all the remarkable things to do in Napa Valley near Calistoga, including these favorites:
Napa Valley Wine Country
Wine connoisseurs flock to Napa Valley Wine Country each year by the millions for the delicious wines and beautiful scenery. Calistoga is in the northern part of the valley, which gives guests the best of both worlds award-winning wineries, but far enough off the beaten path to escape the crowds and congested roads.
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Hot Springs / Spa
Wellness is an important element to life in Northern Napa Valley, and the hot springs and spas in the Calistoga area help accommodate well-being. Dating back to the eighteenth century, the springs have been used medicinally to help with stress-relief, to relieve hypertension and more. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask our front desk team.
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Dining in the wine country is as varied and delectable as the wine varietals you pair with each course. Choose from fresh California cuisine using farm-to-table ingredients or authentic Italian fare prepared from family recipes. Have a hunger pang for BBQ? Stop by Buster's for some of the best in the west. Whatever your price-point or craving, Calistoga has something for everyone.
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Calistoga Festivals and Parades
Plan a family trip around one of the great seasonal parades or festivals in Calistoga. The Annual Calistoga Music Festival: Mustard, Mud & Music ushers in spring each year. Experience music, food, wine, art and wellness along Main Street. During summertime, there is the Fourth of July Parade to celebrate Independence Day, and Concerts in the Park occur every Thursday evening at Pioneer Park. The fall season brings about the Halloween parade. Although winter here lacks snowfall, it is still a Winter Wonderland of fun. The Annual Lighted Tractor Parade features vintage and modern tractors, antique trucks and construction equipment outfitted with Christmas lights to get your family in the holiday spirit.
Outdoor Pursuits for the Adventurers
If you really want to see your little one's eyes light up, journey through the sky and tour Northern Napa Valley and beyond from a hot air balloon. Prefer to keep your feet on terra firma? A host of outdoor pursuits await only minutes away, where you and your family can hike, bike, golf, canoe, kayak, play tennis or swim in the great outdoors.