Calistoga Vineyards

Your Calistoga Adventure Awaits

The Napa Valley is home to so many world-class destinations - wine, food, trails - that a million different adventures await you.

Through our Calistoga Explorers Program, we’ve chosen four unique itineraries that can either define your stay or give you ideas for your own.

Bottom line is we’re here to help you have the ultimate Napa Valley experience, starting right in our little hamlet of Calistoga.

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Traveling Family

Palate pleasers: Nosh on cioppino or wild mushroom risotto on Lovina Restaurant’s casual, family and pet friendly patio in Calistoga.

Hop, sip and jump: Head over to von Strasser Family of Wines, renowned for their Cabernet Sauvignon. Their family and pet friendly tasting room is located right next door to the hotel.

Let loose: Wappo Park features a kids play area and dog park in the heart of downtown St. Helena.

Taste together: Castello di Amorosa Winery offers grape juice tasting for kids and the stronger stuff for adults in a setting that’s equal parts magical and mysterious.

Four-legged fun: Fideaux in St. Helena offers unique doggie treats and toys to take home.

Splash around: Soak up sun, fun and healing benefits in our mineral pools, and if there’s time, sneak away to MoonAcre Spa & Baths for a massage.

Bright eyes: Visit Calistoga Roastery for a jolt of caffeine until 3:00pm.

Horse play: Gallop over to Tamber Bey Vineyards for a tasting and to admire the horses on a working ranch. Kid-friendly, grown up approved.

Adventure Junkies

Heart-eyed hike: Hike or mountain bike the 8.3 mile Oat Hill Mine Trail along an old stage coach route between Calistoga and Pope Valley. Pack a picnic and some wine to savor along with the views from the top.

Sweet surprises: Safari West, a 400-acre preserve, is home to 900 animals including rhinos and giraffes.

Head in the clouds: See Calistoga by air. Calistoga Balloons offers hot air balloon rides that are equal parts breathtaking and exhilarating.

Parks & romance: Hike up Napa Valley’s extinct volcano at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park for romantic views looking out over the Bay area from 4000 foot Mount St. Helena.

Sip & sweat: Active Wine Adventures is the name of the game. Plan an adventurous afternoon that combines hiking, art, wine and/or beer tasting.

Lovers who lunch: Fine wine, artisan foods, and Napa’s best food truck can be found at Clif Family Winery, the perfect spot to refuel after an adventurous day.

Relax & reconnect: Soak in our mineral pools and layer on some mud at MoonAcre Spa & Baths. Enjoy some downtime back at the hotel before heading home from your adventurous, romantic wine country getaway.

Getaway Girls

Lucky ladies: Sam’s Social Club hosts one of the best happy hours in Calistoga and is located right next door to the hotel.

Spaliday everyday: Splash around in our healing mineral pools, visit the MoonAcre Spa & Baths for treatments and soak in our clawfoot tubs.

Sensory sensation: Raymond Vineyards’ themed rooms provide tasting experiences unlike any other. Wander through the Corridor of Senses to experience distinct wine aromas before visiting their luxurious Red Room for a tasting flight that moves from light sparkling wine to voluminous red.

Dress up: Vintage, boho, and timeless mod styles are yours for the taking, or at least trying on, at Mad Mod Shop.

Nibble & nosh: Now that you’re all dressed up, hit the town with dinner and drinks at Brasswood Bar + Kitchen, before returning to your sleepover-friendly Camper King Suites for the night.

Curious Epicurean

Hold my beer: Kick things off at Mad Fritz Brewing, a Napa Valley pioneer serving refreshing pilsners and crisp lagers brewed in house.

Grab a satisfying bite at Gott’s Roadside, a fast casual eatery that sources its ingredients from a variety of local ranchers, fish mongers, and farmers.

Body shop: Tank Garage Winery, a converted auto repair shop, serves up one of a kind wines in Calistoga’s hippest setting. At the buttoned up but friendly T-Vine Winery, taste bold reds and off the beaten path whites.

Cultured cuisine: Reserve a table at Solbar for dinner and you’ll be well taken care of by the staff who will share their intimate knowledge of the region and Californian cuisine.

Kiss this Cook: Out of all of the hidden gems in Napa Valley, Cook St. Helena might be our fave. This cozy restaurant offers a locally sourced, Northern Italian menu that changes daily. If you love Napa Valley wines, you’ll love them even more with handmade pasta.