Calistoga Travel Guide
Welcome to Calistoga!
Mount Saint Helena towers 4500 ft (1372 m) above Calistoga, creating an impressive backdrop for this city in California's Napa Valley. Known for its abundance of geo-thermal activity, Calistoga is home to California's own Old Faithful geyser, as well as a popular hot springs that draws visitors from far and wide. In addition to the lure of the hot springs, Calistoga offers several spas that provide a variety of health and beauty treatments for visitors and locals. These attractions bolster the area's appeal as a travel destination, which is also famous for wine production. Balloon trips provide visitors a bird's-eye view of the town and area, with several different local companies offering to take guests above the vineyards for an incomparable view. Indoors, the Sharpsteen Museum lets visitors step inside Napa Valley's past with extensive exhibits and dioramas depicting the valley's history from pre-history to the present day.
The Sharpsteen Museum in Calistoga focuses on the history of the upper Napa Valley, and features dioramas that help to chronicle the area's past.
Hotels & Motels
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Brannan Cottage Inn was built in 1860 and has retained much of its historic charm.
The only company to fly from majestic Calistoga, they offer beautiful flights and sights.